Mexico is a vibrant, captivating country with countless reasons for tourists to visit. This travel guide could be called 100 compelling reasons to visit Mexico and we wouldn’t run out of things to say. But no one has time for a list of one hundred great things about Mexico, so we’ve refined it down to our personal top ten!
Here at Sabores Mexico Food Tours, we are passionate about the ingredients, history, and vibrancy of authentic Mexican cuisine and we love to offer visitors a taste of our country that they simply can’t find in their local Mexican restaurant wherever in the world they come from. If we inspire you to have an experience with us, please consider our range of food tours in Mexico City.
Mexico is a treasure trove of ancient ruins, breathtaking landscapes, and warm-hearted people. Whether you are a history enthusiast, an adventure seeker, a food lover, or simply someone looking for a memorable vacation, Mexico has something extraordinary to offer. Come, explore the best of Mexico with Sabores Food Tours!
Mexico is renowned for its vibrant culture, colorful traditions, and lively festivals. If your idea of a good time involves taking part in local parties and festivities, then Mexico is a must-visit.
From the exuberant Day of the Dead celebrations to the lively Mariachi music and dance performances, Mexican culture is infused with energy and passion. Immerse yourself in the captivating folklore, delicious cuisine, and warm hospitality that make Mexico an unforgettable destination.
If you’d be interested in a themed dinner around the Day of the Dead, this is something we are creating at Sabores as the food during the festival is incredible! If this sounds like fun to you, please get in touch and we’ll take care of the details.
9) Mexico’s Beautiful Beaches
With its huge, sprawling coastline along the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Mexico has an uncountable number of stunning beaches. This makes Mexico perhaps the best beach vacation destination in the world.
Whether you prefer the pristine white sands of Cancun, the laid-back vibes of Tulum, or the surf-friendly beaches of Sayulita, Mexico offers a paradise for sun-seekers and water sports enthusiasts alike!
8) Mexico’s Mouthwatering Cuisine
Now we get onto the main course: Mexico’s mouthwatering food! Mexican cuisine is celebrated around the world for its bold flavors, diverse ingredients, and unique culinary techniques.
Wherever in the world you decide to eat Mexican cuisine, we’re sure you’ll enjoy yourself, but nothing compares to eating local Mexican fare, made with locally grown ingredients — many of which can only be found in Mexico. We grow produce you’ve probably never seen or heard of before, and we have recipes and methods passed down for generations.
We are called Sabores Mexico Food Tours and we design and deliver food tours in Mexico City that are packed with local personality and authentic flavors. One of our most popular tours, the Mexico City Center Food Tour offers guests the chance to experience authentic pre-Hispanic food and the oldest sweet shop in Mexico!
7) Mexico’s Natural Wonders
Mexico is full of natural wonders, from the lush jungles of Chiapas to the breathtaking Copper Canyon and the mesmerizing cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula. If you’re more about nature than culture and civilization, then Mexico absolutely has you covered!
Hike ancient trails, dive into underwater caves, or marvel at the incredible monarch butterfly migration in Michoacán… There’s no limit to the natural wonders Mexico has to offer.
6) The Colonial Architecture of Mexico
Mexico’s colonial heritage is beautifully preserved in its cities and towns. Explore the charming streets of Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende, and Oaxaca, where colorful colonial buildings, baroque churches, and vibrant plazas will transport you to a bygone era.
The architectural beauty and rich history make these places a delight for history and architecture enthusiasts. And even if you’re neither of these things, you’ll likely still enjoy the grandeur and beauty of our buildings and plazas.
5) Mexican Art and Crafts
Mexico has a rich artistic heritage through its folk art, pottery, textiles, and intricate silver jewelry. While it’s lovely simply to see the beautiful objects another country creates, it’s sometimes even better to find a little piece of that country to take home with you.
Visit the workshops in Oaxaca and Taxco, and watch as they practice crafts that have been passed down through generations. Take home unique souvenirs that reflect the artistic soul of Mexico.
4) Mexico’s Ancient Mayan Ruins
Mexico boasts some of the world’s most impressive ancient Mayan ruins, such as Tulum, Palenque, and Chichen Itza. For anyone fascinated by history and other civilizations, there is nothing quite like Mexico’s well-preserved ruins. The Official Chichen Itza website is full of information and guidance for visitors.
While in Mexico, you will be transported back in time by the mystical pyramids, intricate carvings, and awe-inspiring architecture. The ancient Mayan civilization was vast, and modern-day Mexico has many of the best-preserved remaining structures and artifacts!
3) Ecotourism Opportunities in Mexico
There is a growing passion for ecotourism in Mexico. Explore the stunning biodiversity of the Riviera Maya’s coral reefs, go whale-watching in Baja California, or take a boat tour through the mangroves of Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. Mexico’s commitment to conservation ensures that you can enjoy these natural wonders responsibly and sustainably.
Perhaps more than anywhere else we’ve mentioned, La Huasteca, in San Luis Potosí, is the most impressive. It is packed full of waterfalls, caves, and natural sights, making it the perfect choice for ecotourists!
2) Mexico’s Warm Hospitality
If nothing else sold you on Mexico, we think the people could. Mexicans are famous for their warm hospitality and friendly nature. As you travel through Mexico, you will encounter welcoming locals who are eager to share their culture and traditions with you.
Embrace their warmth, immerse yourself in their traditions, and create lasting memories of genuine connections with the people of Mexico!
1) Mexico’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Mexico is home to a large number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There is the ancient city of Teotihuacan, the historic center of Mexico City, and the pre-Hispanic city of Uxmal.
These sites hold immense historical and cultural significance and offer a glimpse into Mexico’s rich past. Exploring these UNESCO treasures will undoubtedly leave you with a deep appreciation for Mexico’s cultural heritage.
We hope we’ve inspired a few readers to visit Mexico. We believe that any one of these reasons is enough to visit Mexico… but then we’re more than a little biased. If we’ve inspired you to get a taste of Mexico on one of our tours and you have a few questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!