Discover The Most Amazing Places In Mexico
Mexico is an amazing country to which people keep returning year after year for their vacations and family get together’s. Mexico is, however, more than what meets the eye at the perfect beaches and all-inclusive resorts packed with tourists.
In this post, we want to show you just a small range of the incredible places Mexico has to offer, places that will provide you with memories for life. The list here is just scratching the surface of possibilities and will be a great start for you to build your own Mexico travel bucket list.
Almost everyone knows about the Best Mexico Vacation Spots to have a great family vacation at the big fancy all-inclusive resorts. In this post, you will find places you probably never heard of before. All these amazing places in Mexico will make for the ultimate unforgettable vacation experiences and have you coming back for even more.
We are sure that the selection is a great mix of various things, so here are what you will find in this article
- Some of the most beautiful places to see in Mexico
- The absolute best activities to do in Mexico for an unforgettable experience
- The best natural wonders Mexico has to offer
Enjoy the selection we have picked out prepare to be amazed – This is our Ultimate Bucket List of Amazing Places in Mexico.
Take a boat ride to see El Arco in Los Cabos
Dive with sharks in Baja California Sur
Dive in the beautiful coral reefs at Cozumel
Experience the pyramids in Chichen Itza
Swim in the cenotes in Yucatan, Riviera Maya
See the water light up with bioluminescent plankton in Holbox Island
Explore the unique underwater museum of art in Cancun (MUSA)
Surf at the top surfing beaches in Sayulita Nayarit
Visit Playa Del Amor in Nayarit
Visit the Castillo de Chapultepec in Mexico City
Go up to the observation deck of the Angel de la Independencia in Mexico City
Visit the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City
See Mexico City from the observation deck at Torre Latinoamericana
Climb Pena de Bernal, one of the tallest monoliths in the world, in Queretaro
Visit the beautiful colonial city San Miguel de Allende
Hike up to El Faro in Mazatlan – the second highest naturally built lighthouse in the world
Take a ride on El Chepe in Chihuahua for a spectacular train journey
Ride the third longest cable car in the world over Copper Canyon in Chihuahua
Ride the longest zip line on the planet (ZipRider), over Copper Canyon in Chihuahua
Have dinner at La Gruta in Teotihuacan which is a restaurant located underground
Pass through the underground tunnels in Guanajuato
Be adventurous and try white water rafting in Veracruz
Pass through the legendary Zone of Silence between the states of Durango, Chihuahua, and Coahuila
Spend Day Of The Dead (Dia de Los Muertos) in Patzcuaro, Michoacan
Experience Edward James’ Surrealistic Garden in the Mexican Jungle
Discover El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve in the Sierra Madre de Chiapas mountains
Enjoy the San Marcos fair in Aguascalientes from mid-April to mid-May
Visit the long-extinct volcano Nevado de Toluca summit during winter time
Swim in the mineral pools by the petrified waterfalls of Hierve el Agua in Oaxaca
Have dinner at Biré Bitori, a free floating restaurant hanging over Mexico’s stunning Copper Canyon
Ski at Bosques de Monterreal in Arteaga, Coahuila and called Mexico’s Switzerland by the locals
See the Velo de Novia (or El Chiflon) waterfall in Chiapas
See the blue water (Agua Azul) waterfalls in Chiapas
Experience the ecosystem and lagoons in the magic town Cuatro Cienegas located in Coahuila
Party in the world’s only underground nightclub, La Mina Club, in Zacatecas
See the Cristo Rey (Christ the King) statue on Cerro del Cubilete in Guanajuato
Be amazed at the firefly sanctuary in Tlaxcala during June, July, and August
Visit the Sumidero Canyon and surrounding National Park in Chiapas
Wow – you made it all the way to the end. We just hope that you have enjoyed the selection we have picked out here. We know Mexico has much more to offer when it comes to amazing things to do than what we could pull together for this list.
Let us know in the comments below about your favorite place in Mexico or favorite secret spot we just have to know about.