Couple years ago we visited Mexico and this scene we had on the last day of our stay there. It was time before the storm, our vacation was in October, the season of storm and rain… But this view is worth a million.
Palm-fringed beaches, chili-spiced cuisine; steamy jungles, teeming cities; fiesta fireworks, Frida’s angst: Mexico conjures up diverse, vivid dreams. And the reality lives up to the imagining.
The gregarious locals are just as likely to pull you up for a dance at one of Mexico City’s hip-shaking salsa clubs as they are to show you the way to one of the country’s many ancient ruins, all with a casual ‘hola’ and an inviting smile. While our tours get you up close with locals, they also show you the best sights from on and off the gringo trail. You can party until dawn in Playa del Carmen, eat your way into a food coma in Oaxaca, or, best of all, kick back with a horchata in the lazy seaside port of Merida.
Whether you are already planning your next vacation, or just daydreaming about paradise beaches, beautiful towns and delicious food, Mexico should be on the top of your list of places to visit in 2016. Mexico has plenty of things to see and do. You should spend at least a few months traveling around the country just to get the sense of its diversity.
Bacalar lake is called ‘the lake of seven colors’, due to the different tones of water and the place is absolutely a must when traveling to Quintana Roo. There are no big resorts and touristic complexes in Bacalar, what makes you feel like you’re almost alone surrounded by blue waters, just like in the Maldives.