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Worth including in your Mexico vacation itinerary is Puerto Escondido which is called as the Mexican Pipeline and is known as one of the top ten surfing destinations in the world. It hosts the Mexpipe Challenge in February and an international surf contest in November. Professional and amateur surfers will get a pick of the best waves they have. Puerto Escondido has several beaches where you can go swimming but it is not advisable in Playa Zicatela, the main surfing beach because of strong rip tides and some of the most powerful waves in the world which even bests the famous Hawaii Banzai Pipeline. This place is recommended for very experienced surfers only to avoid the risks of accidents which even the most professional surfers have met here. One area that has fast and challenging waves is the Point. At the other end of the beach break is the Far Bar that has the most surfers since the water is deeper here compared to the other surfing spots and the break is quite far from the shore. Puerto Escondido is a must in the Mexico vacation itinerary of avid surfers.

Exciting Activities in Mexico City

It would take several Mexico vacations to fully explore Mexico City and enjoy the many activities and attractions in the worlds biggest city. More than a hundred museums await the museum enthusiasts such as the Archaeological Zone and Templo Mayor Museum. Zocalo is the center of Mexico City and is an interesting display of the old and new side of Mexico. The centuries old Chapultepec Park which is the worlds largest park that is within a city with several entertaining activities is located in the Zocalo. Mexico being famous for archaeological sites has more than a dozen within the city like the floating gardens of Xochimilco of the Aztecs. Other activities that may interest visitors is a visit to the zoo, bullfights, horse betting at the Hipodromo delas Americas Horse Track, mountain biking, trekking or white water rafting. There are a hundred and one things to see and do in Mexico City and you will never run out of choices.

Enjoying the Sites of Cancun

Think of Cancun and what comes to mind is the fun and enjoyment that a vacation to this place will bring. This tropical paradise packages some of the most beautiful beaches of Mexico like the Playa Tortugas, Playa Chac-Mool, Playa Langosta, Playa Delfines, Playa Marlin and the well known Playa Caracol with its flat seabed with no strong currents like in other beaches which makes it ideal for families with children in tow. There are several archaeological sites that you can take a look at like Tulum Ruins, Coba Ruins and one of the worlds seven wonders, the Chichen Itza or otherwise go to Ruinas del Rey which is located right in the middle of the Cancun hotel zone. Those who want to explore the jungles of Cancun can choose either to go horseback riding from the Rancho Loma Bonita or go for a Hummer jungle tour. Take a day tour and indulge in the water sports available there at the Isla Mujeres off the coast of Cancun. Explore Rio Secreto, a maze of mystical caves that has a lot of stalactites and stalagmites inside. There are more to this so plan a visit to Cancun and see all these for yourself.

Enjoying the Attractions of Acapulco

Acapulco, one of the most famous party place choices for your Mexico vacation, beckons to vacationers with its delightful mix of 12 miles of sunny sandy beaches and pulsating nightlife. Those seeking some breathtaking adventure can try jumping off 130 feet into the surf at the La Quebrada Cliff Divers that is Acapulcos most popular attraction since the 1930s. Families will enjoy the marine exhibits, swimming pools and slides of the Magico Mundo Marino family water park that also has a glass bottom to ferry you to Isla Roqueta for some snorkeling. The Parque Papagayo is a 52-acre city park that was named for a luxury hotel that used to be located in that site and houses a life-sized model of a Spanish galleon that you can climb on, a space shuttle Columbia replica, roller skating rink, bumper boats and go-carts for the kids. The Zocalo, located opposite the fishing harbor is the town center of Old Acapulco where you can relax under the shade of giant rubber and mango trees. You will never run out of a hundred and one things to do in Acapulco.