“My attitude when I’m in Mexico is I wake up in the morning with nothing to do and I go to bed half done. I don’t wear a watch. When I live down there, I do nothing according to time. I eat when I’m hungry and go to sleep when I’m tired.”

- Jesse Ventura

About mexico

Mexico is a huge and extremely diverse country, with 31 countries, about 120 million inhabitants.

On the one hand, you will reach villages where time seems to have stopped reigning or small colonial villages with a special atmosphere, and on the other hand, there are highly developed cities with huge buildings and large trade centers.

You will find a wide variety of options, whether you are coming to lay on the beach, or if you are a lover of archeology, parties, culture, or lovers of extreme activities.

Mexico has it all.!

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best time to visit mexico

The weather in Mexico varies from region to region and it is possible to travel in Mexico all year round. At the same time, the preferred months are during the dry season between October and May. Note that while in coastal areas the weather is tropical (hot and humid), the mountains can be quite cold.

Yucatan Peninsula - Tropical weather, meaning mostly hot and humid.

The dry season is between February and May and the wet season is between June and November

Central Mexico - Mostly, spring weather.

During the hot days and in the evenings it cools down - it can be quite cold, especially in the higher places.

The warmest months are between April and May.

The wet season begins in May and lasts until October and the dry season is between November and April.

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mexico Quick Information

Currency: The currency in Mexico is the Mexican Peso.

1 USD is equivalent to about 19.85 MXN.

Electricity: Mexico uses power outlets and plugs of type A and B.

All power sockets in Mexico provide a standard voltage of 127V with a standard frequency of 60Hz.

Safety: Walking around at night - It is advisable to exercise caution when it comes to walking around at night alone in the big cities, and it is advisable to avoid long-distance travel in the dark. Cash (and passport) is best left in a safe place.

Pickpockets - especially in crowded and crowded places such as markets, terminals, buses, parties, and the like.

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