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Bright and authentic, so beloved by tourists from all over the world for its unique flavor- the country of Mexico. A country of stunning white sand beaches, luxurious resorts, history, and endless culture. The sights of Mexico are so diverse that there is something for everybody, the main attraction being the beautiful sparkling ocean. The country offers a huge number of options for beach vacations: among the best Mexican resort towns are the Yucatan Peninsula, Cancun, Tulum, Playa del Carmen, Akumal, Puerto Morelos, Isla Mujeres, Nayarit, Los Cabos, Ixtapa, Guerrero, Puerto Vallarta , Veracruz, Chiapas and many more. The history of Mexico is so unique that even the common traveler enjoys immersing himself in the world of the Mayans and Aztecs, walking along the vast ruins of Chichen Itza, Teotihuacan, Palenque, Campeche or Uxmal. Mexico boasts the beautiful island of Cozumel, famous for diving and snorkeling the 3.5 mile-long Palancar Reef, described by Jacques Custeau as “paradise” for its vast amount of colorful coral formations and an abundance of marine life. The mainland has endless cenotes that make for very memorable snorkeling, through the stalactites and stalagmites- famous cenotes such as Gran Cenote, Dos Ojos, or Ik Kil, on the Yucatan Peninsula. A very special highlight missed by most tourists to Mexico is the stunning scenery of the Sea of Cortez. Located between mainland Mexico and the Baja California peninsula, it is nicknamed the “Galapagos of the North” and “The World’s Aquarium” for its extensive number of marine life species. Here you can snorkel with the sea lions, and even whale sharks. Motorcycle tours have become popular and there are options for road bikers and off road biking as well, Copper Canyon being one that is commonly combined with a trip to the Sea of Cortez. Deep sea fishing the countless sport fishing destinations Mexico is popular for, especially for the sought after mahi mahi, tuna, sailfish and marlins, and especially suitable for group trips. Mexico is filled with quirky, off-the-beaten-path sights to see, like the Tule tree, an ancient Montezuma Cypress with the widest trunk in the world, the breathtaking 3.5 mile long Grutas de Garcia cave system and its cable car, the macabre Island of the Dolls near Mexico City, the underwater museum in Cancun, the fascinating witch markets, the Mariposa Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary, the Museum of Death- this is Mexico. Here you will find endless colonial, vibrant Mexican cities filled with history, culture, and lively unique live music to explore. And let’s not forget delicious Mexican food! Explore the local cuisine with a food tour, or even a Mexican street food tour. .


Tours to Mexico

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Cities of Mexico

The most famous tourist places and cities in Mexico are Merida, Acapulco, the capital of Mexico City, Tijuana, Oaxaca, Puebla de Zaragoza, Guadalajara, Chihuahua (Chihuahua), Potosi, Coba, San Francisco de Campeche, Santa Fe, Yucatan Peninsula, Cancun, Tulum, Cozumel Island, Copper Canyon, cenote il Kiel and many others



We know the best routes for a beach holiday, the sights of Mexico, its cities and natural beauties. Diving, snorkeling, fishing, wedding tours, family and youth tours. Gastronomic and motorcycle tours


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The nature beauty of Tulum that contrasts with its rich Mayan ruins
- The incredible beaches of Cancun with its lively resorts
- The Capital Mexico City and its cosmopolitan excitement combined with a return to the past of Teotihuacán archaeological site
Mexico comprises most of southern North America, including the Yucatán Peninsula. Geopolitically, however, Mexico is not commonly considered a Central American country. Mexico's is a very large country and hs some small islands in the Pacific Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and the Gulf of California. On its north, Mexico shares a border with the United States. On its south, Mexico shares the border with Guatemala and Belize.
The government recognizes 62 indigenous Amerindian languages as national languages, but the official national language is Spanish.
The currency used in Mexico is the Mexican peso, 1 USD is about 19.2 Mexcian Pesos (March 2019)
The country has temperate and tropical zones. In the north there are cooler temperatures during the winter months. It is hot and humid during the summer, from 20°C to 24°C, because of more moderate conditions during the winter. In the South, temperatures are fairly constant year round, between 24°C and 28°C. Temperatures here remain high throughout the year, with only a 5°C difference between winter and summer temperatures.
You should really try the Mexican cuisine, it is centered around three national staples: tortillas, beans and chili peppers. Tortillas are thin round patties of pressed corn or wheat-flour dough cooked on griddles. Beans (frijoles) are eaten boiled, fried or refried, in soups, on tortillas or with just about anything. Apart from an astonishing array of freshly squeezed fruit juices, Mexico is also famous for its alcoholic beverages, tequila in particular.
Between the third and sixth century the Empire of the Toltecs was established in the area that is now Mexico. After that the country was also inhabited by the Empire of the Aztecs. In 1822 Mexico becomes independent as the Mexican Empire, also including the Central-American states of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua as well as large parts of what is now the United States. But in the upcoming yeasr Mexico loses northern territories to the United States. Therefore without a doubt we can say that mexico has a very rich and long histiry, which most definitely left behind many interesting places, festivities, customs and things to explore and experience.
Mexico is predominantly Roman Catholic. While most indigenous Mexicans are Catholic, some combine Catholic practices with native traditions, which results in an interesting belief with many amazing traditions. All these mixed religions make sure mexico is a diverse and interesting country to explore.
Mexicans have had a talent for art and colour since pre-Hispanic times. Today, Mexico is covered with galleries of contemporary and historic art, which are a highlight of the country for many visitors. Mexican creativity is also expressed through the country's vibrant folk-art tradition. Notable examples of pre-Hispanic art include the Olmecs' monumental stone heads, the early Paradise of Tláloc murals at Teotihuacán and the Mayan murals at Bonampak in Chiapas. The influence of indigenous artisans can be seen in the elaborate altarpieces and sculpted walls and ceilings that decorate the country's many churches.

Mexico's ancient civilizations produced some of the most spectacular, eye-pleasing architecture ever built. Sites such as Teotihuacán, Monte Albán, Chichén Itzá and Uxmal are fairly intact examples of pre-Hispanic cities, with their ceremonial centers, pyramids, temples and ball courts.
The music of Mexico is extraordinarily diverse and features a wide range of different musical styles. Many traditional Mexican songs are well-known worldwide. The best-known Mexican genre by far is ranchera, interpreted by a band of mariachis. Another important music style is the traditional "norteño," or Northern tunes, which has been the basis for the development of more popular genres such as banda music.

Southern Mexican folk music is centered around marimba, which remains popular in Chiapas and Oaxaca. In Yucatán the traditional Jarana music and dance is popular, as well as the Yucatan's most beloved music genre: the trova, which developed from Caribbean, Colombian and Mayan roots.
For the nature lover, mexico is the place to be. Mexico has over thirty thousand flowering plants of which the cactus is the plant which most people associate with Mexico.
For the Marine lover there is also much to see. Whales, mackerel, sardine, barracuda, swordfish, shark and turtles are a few of the creatures which live in the surrounding seas.
If you prefer to stay on land, animal you may encounter are wolves, lynx, bears, jaguars, pumas, ocelots, tapirs, monkeys, crocodiles, lizards, snakes, iguanas and the axolotl.
Mexico is home to over one thousand species of birds such as parrots, macaws, toucans, flamingoes and humming birds. The quetzal was prized for its beautiful feathers used in Indian ceremonial dress. Nowadays the quetzal is rare.

Vacation in Mexico

Discover Mexico with Ada Tours Tour Operator!

Ada Tours travel agency would be happy to organize your unforgettable vacation in Mexico. We know the best hotels for every income level: luxury hotels for those looking to splurge, secluded resorts for romantic vacations, honeymoons and weddings on the beach. We will suggest more active and festive resorts for the young or young at heart, and we will organize group or corporate trips as well. We know the best spots for diving tours and snorkeling reefs, cenotes and caves. We will help organize a motorcycle tour or sea fishing. We will plan for you an exciting itinerary to your wishes, accompanied by the best bilingual guides to the ruins of the Mayan and Aztec eras, showing you the best sights in their most interesting perspective as a local.