It's one of the most known beaches in Mexico. The 23km beach features crystal clear waters and pristine white sand. Visitors can enjoy fishing and kayaking for some coastal relaxation or venture inland to explore the ancient attractions in Cancun.
Visitors flock to this beach because of its perfect tropical climate and charming cobblestone streets. If you love activities such as sailing, deep-sea fishing, whale watching, and diving, then Puerto Vallarta is the place to visit. Also, you can visit the old town shops and restaurants in the region and have a direct encounter with the locals.
It's an island on the Mexican Caribbean surrounded by elegant coral reefs. The island is known for an underwater playground among other leisure activities such as paddle boarding, kayaking, and surfing. While in Cozumel, you can also visit the Mayan archaeological site, San Gervasio, and get to know the culture of the ancient people and how they lived.
It's a large national park located south of Chiapa de Corzo. Sumidero Canyon is a destination popularly known for boating, rainforest, and waterfalls. Rivers in this park are equipped with tour boats ready to show visitors the sights around the park – journeys which take up to 3 hours or more. There are also attractive flora and fauna which attract a lot of outdoor enthusiasts in the park.
If you love history or enjoy exploring archaeological sites, then Palenque National Park is the place to be. One of the lesser frequented attractions, the park is never crowded and you can leisurely explore a well-preserved complex and magnificent ancient Mayan palaces and temples where you can learn about know how the Mayans lived.