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Mexico shares its stunning sandy shorelines and warm waters with its Caribbean cousins, and basks under the same shining sun, but when it comes to personality, Mexico holidays has a character all of its own.
Here, marvelling at the mysterious Mayan pyramids, topping up your tan on palm-fringed beaches and dancing till dawn are all part of the fun. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or an adventure-packed holiday for all the family, Mexico is the place to go – so pack your poncho and wave adios to the hustle and bustle of home.
Mexico's famous party destination also makes for a great family holiday. You can choose to keep your distance from the hectic nightlife and find a secluded spot on one of the several beaches to top up that tan.
If you've finished relaxing, take the party into the wilderness with fantastic adventure tours around the jungles, caves and oceans around the Cancun area.
While you can enjoy a sociable and calm evening in a peaceful environment, the beats of the nightclub scene may tempt you into joining the internationally renowned party.
Phenomenal beaches can be found up and down the stunning coastline that hugs Puerto del Carmen.
Even though the resort has an awesome coral reef of its own to explore, regular boat trip leave to take you to the island of Cozumel which is home to one of the best reefs in the world.
This is a fully equipped resort city with enough shops, bars and restaurants to please the tastes of any tourist. The nature parks, water sports and links to Mayan ruins make it an ideal location for active adventures too.
Considered to be the couples' getaway resort of the Yucatán Peninsula on the east coast, Playacar is a luxury setting a world away from everyday life back home.
White sands, clear blue ocean, Caribbean weather, these are the basics that set the foundation for your relaxing holiday in Mexico. Add in the modern accommodation, historical Mayan surroundings and the romantic restaurants along the beach, you've got a resort which gives visitors that much sought after break.
Found on the west coast of Mexico, this resort combines the beauty of Mexican nature mixed with traditional town settings and the luxuries of a modern resort. Puerto Vallarta is a fantastically versatile destination that can provide a memorable holiday for all ages and travellers.
Family adventures can be had at the numerous nature sites in the ocean and on land, couples will wallow in the glorious sunshine on the dozen or so beaches and energetic visitors will love the surprisingly wild nightlife.
The extra flight time to reach the west coast will be fully justified by the fun and excitement to be found in Puerto Vallarta.
The Riviera Maya region stretches 150km along the Yucatán Peninsula and includes the resorts and towns of Playa del Carmen, Playacar, Tulum and even the island of Cozumel.
Historical archaeological sites, ocean wildlife, luscious beaches and jungle adventures are some of the amazing attractions luring tourists to the resort district.
It offers a mixture of large scale all-inclusive hotels as well as smaller boutique style accommodation. With such an array of choices for location and activities, a holiday in Riviera Maya can be exactly what you want it to be.
Temperatures in Mexico remain hot throughout the year with winter's temperatures dropping to an average of 22C and summer staying at an average of 27C.
The west coast is marginally dryer than the east coast but both are affected by a heavy wet seasons during the summer months. It should never be enough rain to keep you away from the beach for your entire holiday though.
Various resorts host several annual events to look out for but Mexico's most famous fiesta is the Cinco de Mayo held on May 5th every year.
An island off the east coast of Mexico near Cancun and Playa del Carmen, Cozumel is famous for the wondrous coral reef hidden underneath the shoreline. However, spend more time here and you'll discover the popular towns and villages on land as well as its fascinating history.
The Yucatán Peninsula on the east coast of Mexico is blessed with an abundance of Mayan temples, ruins and archaeological sites. They're all fascinating indicators of one of the earliest civilisations known to man. Spread around the area you'll find the major ruins of Chichen Itza, Coba, Tulum and Uxmal.
Found just off the coast of Cancun, it is so small only a limited number of visitors are allowed on it each day. The shore is lined with coral reefs and the island is home to 150 species of different birds. Just another day in paradise...
This natural park lets a group of four drive around the jungle in an amphibious vehicle before zip lining through the air, rafting in underground caves then swimming through the river to complete your unforgettable voyage. An adrenaline fuelled day out that is great for a family adventure.
Found in the ocean and shoreline just south of Puerto Vallarta on the west coast, this protected area is home to exotic birds and sea life as well as offering opportunities to scuba and snorkel through deep tunnels, caves and coral reefs.
Join the enormous whale sharks, some of which are around 12 feet in length as they swim in their natural habitat. Grab a snorkel and jump overboard to join them, but don't worry, you'll be perfectly safe as they only eat plankton!