Mexico’s astounding array of options can excite, entice, or even overwhelm many first-time visitors. Grand colonial cities, small indigenous villages, thriving urban metropolises and the crumbling ruins of ancient civilizations all feature heavily in Mexico’s multi-faceted cultural life. Private tours are the best option for the discerning traveler who wants to dedicate time to experiencing the best of this beautiful country.
From the northern desert of Baja California to the Caribbean coastline of Quintana Roo, private excursions in Mexico cover the most spectacular landscapes, charming small towns and villages, the vitality of Mexico’s big cities, the mysteries of ancient Aztec and Mayan ruins, folk and contemporary art, local artisans producing their crafts, local markets, authentic regional cuisine, fascinating museums, and rich regional histories.
The choices are almost endless in a country so rich in ancient and modern history, cultural diversity and natural environments.
Here are some recommendations for your next trip to Mexico:
Whale Watching Photo Safari in Los Cabos
A photo captures a single moment in time, and this specialized excursion is designed to create that very moment when you encounter dolphins and majestic humpback whales in the wild, close to the Cabo San Lucas coastline.
Hot Air Ballooning in Monterrey
Take to the skies aboard a hot air balloon that flies with the first rays of sunlight above the impressive northern Mexico landscape.
Mexican haciendas and the Henequen Legacy in Merida
Journey back into the 17th-century glory days of the Yucatan Peninsula’s henequen era with a visit to one of the beautifully restored Mexican haciendas in the region with its henequen production process from fields to finished product.
Bird watching in Tulum
Tulum and the Yucatan Peninsula is widely recognized as an important birding region that boasts an incredibly diverse resident bird population as well as an equally diverse migratory bird population due to its strategic location.