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The border city of Tijuana is easily reachable via the San Diego trolley that goes right up to the Mexican border. Visitors going on a Mexico vacation will still enjoy shopping for Mexican handicrafts, leather goods, cigars, silver, beadwork and jewelry as well as imported goods at the known Avenida Revolucion although it may be very near the US. You can soak in some cultural experience at the Tijuana Cultural Center or at the Municipal Institute of Arts and Culture. Try out something new by watching a Jai Alai game at the Jai Alai Fronton Palace, place a bet at the Greyhound race at Hipodromo Caliente or sit on the edge of your seat with the exciting though bloody bullfight at El Toreo de Tijuana and the Plaza Munumental Playas de Tijuana. Tijuana showcases vibrant Mexican culture and is a place that is truly worth visiting.

Colorful Marine World of Mexico

There are a lot of diving options for diving professionals and amateur who want to explore the rich marine life of Mexico. You get different diving experiences when you dive in the Pacific Ocean on the west coast, the Caribbean Sea, the cenote or sinkhole diving and diving at the worlds second largest reef, the Great Maya Barrier Reef. Some of the more popular places to dive in Mexico are Cozumel, Cancun and Puerto Vallarta. The stunning coastline reefs as well as the renowned beautifully complex underwater panorama with cliffs, canyons and underwater flora makes Cozumel a popular dive spot. In Cancun, you get to choose between shallow color rich reefs in Playa del Carmen or go to the Chinchorro Banks which is the entry to the Great Maya Barrier Reef. The nearby islands and bays and sea creatures like whale sharks, dolphins, sea turtles and tropical fishes make Puerto Vallarta a very interesting and famous dive spot. There are several other diving sites in Cabo San Lucas and La Paz that will give you a beautiful tour of the underwater landscapes.

Wonder at the Whales of Mexico

How can one describe the breathtaking moment when the whales come out of the waters and the mere sight of these gray marine mammals leaves you breathless with wonder?These giant mammals go to the Sea of Cortez every year during fall to escape the winter of Northern Bering and give birth in the tropical waters of the Pacific where they can also find a lot of food. The best place in Mexico to watch these huge but gentle whales with their calves is Magdalena Bay just off the coast of Los Cabos. San Ignacio is equally as famous for whale watching but there is a higher possibility of seeing the whales in Los Cabos than any other location in Baja especially during the peak season from the end of December to the end of March. Whale watching tours make sure strict rules and guidelines are followed in order to ensure that the whales are not harmed. When planning your Mexico vacation, dont fail to include whale watching in your itinerary.

Top Beaches in Mexico

The beaches of Mexico always lures in visitors going on their Mexico vacation especially during the months of November to May. About five hours away from the city are the remote beaches of Costa Esmeralda on the Gulf Coast of Mexico. On the Caribbean coast particularly in the Maya Riviera region are the fabulous Cancun beaches and Puerto Morelos fishing village and beach resort which has sugar sand and warm clear waters plus the added bonus of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. Also in this region are the famous Playa del Carmen and Tulum which is a combination of one of the most beautiful beaches and century’s old Mayan ruins overlooking the beach. There is a long stretch of marvelous beaches at the Baja Peninsula on the Pacific coast such as the Playa Cemeterio, Playa Santa Maria, Playa Costa Azul, Playa Canta Mar and Playa Solmar. Some of the most popular fine sand beaches and luxurious as well as budget resorts of Mexico can be found between Huatulco, Puerto Vallarta and Acapulco. You will never run out of beach choices in Mexico.