Mexico Things to Do

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Mexico Things to Do

  • Xcaret

    Cancún Things to Do

    X caret is the Mexican Disneyland, you have fun diversion with mini parks about Mexican culture, also you have natural diversion like the underground river. At ninth, the guys of X cartet prepare to you a musical of Mexico's History, from the Pre Hispanic age to the Mexican revolution.

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  • Malecon

    Puerto Vallarta Things to Do

    during the days or in the evenings, you will always find something to see or do if you take a leisurely stroll on the "malecon," which is a wide pedestrian promenade/walkway that runs alongside the beach. it stretches from about 14 blocks north of the rio cuale (this is the central downtown area) to about 9 blocks south of the rio cuale (this is...

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  • Beaches

    Playa del Carmen Things to Do

    So, I know what you may be thinking, I hit the century mark on countries and I go a little soft, perhaps a bit too trusting. However, rest assured, no unnecessary risks were taken. My sweet date and I walked down to a well-lit, crowded part of the beach in the heart of the city where several locals and tourists were gathered to simply get a...

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  • The Arch

    Cabo San Lucas Things to Do

    This natural arch is Cabo's most famous landmark. It's only accesible by boat so you can either take a sightseeing or whale watching tour or rent a kayak and paddle out here. Right by the arch is a colony of sea lions.

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  • Avenida Revolucion

    3 out of 5 stars

    Tijuana Things to Do

    avenida revolicion is central tijuanas main street , it is roughly 15 blocks long and is the street most frequented by tourists in the city although it had many more tourists before the drug violence scared away the tourists , the street is also busy at nights on weekends because of all the baars , it is easy to get from the border by bus taxi or...

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  • Bosque de Chapultepec

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Mexico City Things to Do

    The most extensive park of Mexico is very popular among the locals and is a great place for a weekend stroll. There is lots to see and do here: among the main attractions are the monument dedicated to the "ninos heroes" (young soldiers who commited suicide after Mexico surrendered to the United States invasion forces in 1848); the Castillo...

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  • Tulum Ruins

    Tulum Things to Do

    Tulum is probably best visited in the morning before all the tourist buses show up and before the scorching sun starts beating down on you since most of it is uncovered. It's hard to find official information about anything in the Yucatan but I believe it's open from 8am to 5pm and I'm sure it currently costs 59 pesos or $6USD as of December 2014....

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  • Sightseeing

    Mazatlán Things to Do

    We went to the Mazatlan with some friends that we have made in Mazatlan. It was a little more expensive than we thought it might be. We walked around the main area and saw all the fish that were in the tanks. We also found out for a additional fee,you can go into the large tanks with the fish,that included sharks! We were given a ticket when we...

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  • Chankanaab

    Isla Cozumel Things to Do

    We arrived in Cozumel on a Monday and wanted to test out or dive gear before going diving on Tuesday. My parents had been to Chankanaab many years ago and don't recall paying anything to access the beach. After paying for a cab to get there, we discovered that it has been turned into an overpriced tourist trap. It was $16US per person to get in the...

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  • Cola de Caballo

    Monterrey Things to Do

    Cascada Cola de Caballo literally means "Horse Tail Falls", describing how it looks from a distance. It's a pretty waterfall, and it's wonderful to see that natural elements are preserved in Mexico. The 30-peso entrance fee, however, is the first tipoff that this isn't going to be a Canadian-style adventure so much as a US-style marketing...

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  • La Bufadora

    Ensenada Things to Do

    There is enough to do in Ensenada to stay several days but make sure to save time for a visit to La Bufadora. After the geyser subsides, take a look down the cliff to see what causes the ocean to shoot up so high? Watching the waves crash against the cliffs can be mesmerizing, but the resulting geyser is better than a wake-up call.

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  • Cliff Divers

    Acapulco Things to Do

    We were fortunate enough to get the perfect seat for the show. The cliff Divers are neat to watch and the show was not too long. If you are in Acapulco and have a chance to see them I would not pass it up in a second. After the show the divers will be standing on the ramp that takes you to the street signing autographs and taking pictures. Do not...

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  • Hotels / Resorts

    Rosarito Things to Do

    Drive to Calafia! Historic, cultural and tourist center. A family resort hotel with ocean view suites, a cliffside restaurant, Club 1773--an old sailing vessel converted into a night club, history, music, conference center and ecological park. Calafia is the official headquarters of the Historical Society of Rosarito, and of the Associations of...

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  • Water Activities

    Loreto Things to Do

    Cruising the rocky coast of the islands in the Sea of Cortes just a few miles off the coast of Loreto in a Glass Bottom Boat by Loreto Coastal Expeditions provides a completely different view of the sea life. Tim and Brandon Yarborough have created a wonderful way to spend a morning or afternoon watching the sea life from above. You do have an...

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  • Santo Domingo Church

    Oaxaca de Juárez Things to Do

    Iglesia de Santo Domingo is an impressive Church in Oaxaca worth visiting. It is a Catholic Church of Dominican order. It took 200 years to construct. Restoration began in 1993 and completed in 1999 and the interior is decorated with more than 60 sheets of 23.5-karat gold leaf and filled with paintings and statues from the best artist of that time...

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  • Chichen Itza

    Cancún Things to Do

    It´s a couple of hours by car from Cancun, but I think that it's impossible to skip its visit. Chichen-Itza it's popular worldwide, and it would be silly not to visit it, being so close. So, have swim in the early morning (great!) visit Chichen-Itza, and have another late swim to receive the night (even better)

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  • Old Town

    Puerto Vallarta Things to Do

    Old Town is definitely the place to be. You will feel like you are really in Mexico, unlike some the places with walled off beach areas to the north. Why go to Mexico if you don't want to experience anything Mexican? Our favorite places to hang out on the beach are Epoca and Cuates y Cuetas. At Epoca, you can sit under a palapa in the sand and have...

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  • 5th Avenue

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Playa del Carmen Things to Do

    Enjoying time with new people...... Mexico Beaches - Playa Del Carmen and Cozumel Mexico has beautiful beaches on both the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Aqui con un nuevo amigo.... esperando que ya llegue la navidad

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  • Beach

    Cabo San Lucas Things to Do

    This is a good place to eat, drink and play at the beach. Away from the crowds of Medano Beach at the east end of the beach. When on the highway coming into Cabo turn left on Blvd. Constituyentes and you will see the free public parking area on the left at the end of the street. I like this place because the parking is easy, the have shaded tables,...

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  • The Border

    Tijuana Things to Do

    Haha, when you pass the U.S. - Mexico border in San Ysidro you will see - look at my picture - quite another world: a lot of mainly old looking cars - taxis painted in yellow and the dark-skinned (hmm... at least darker than me) men - drivers asking you to take a taxi to Tijuana. Add a little chaotic traffic and street vendors. This is Mexico!...

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  • Teotihuacan

    Mexico City Things to Do

    I was not sure what all I wanted to do in Mexico City. I did know one thing which I found via the internet, they have Pyramids. I had booked the early morning tour due to the fact that there would be hardly any tourist at theat time of the morning. I was picked up by my tour guide, Gersom and off we went with only one other person, Carolino from...

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  • Beaches

    Tulum Things to Do

    Heading south from the Temple of the Wind God, there is a small beach where the water looked quite inviting. If you are enjoying a leisurely day, bring along your swimsuit and go for a dip! I'm pretty sure access to the beach is free, since they are only charging $6USD to visit the ruins, security at the site doesn't seem all that high of a...

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  • Beach

    Mazatlán Things to Do

    I finally went parasailing.. «after so many years of going to Mexico. It was fun. »The scariest part was going up and coming down. It was so nice and peaceful up there and wow what a view!! Fantastic!!! I am glad I did it and it was worth every peso!

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  • San Gervasio

    Isla Cozumel Things to Do

    In the past three years I have become a Coz junky. Great Diving and Great People. I can highly recommend a trip to San Gervasio, but wear long sleeves, long pants, closed shoes, and most importantly take and use mosquito repellent. Chip Goodhart

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  • El Obispado

    4 out of 5 stars

    Monterrey Things to Do

    In the middle of Monterrey's modern day concrete jungle, the Obispado is to be found perched on a hill overlooking the city. Being the former episcopal residence, it is now transformed into a museum commemorating important historical events and personalities. It is an example of brilliant colonial architecture. One can also walk (or drive) up the...

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  • Beaches

    Acapulco Things to Do

    *More PICTURES to see below the main pictures, CLICK TAB* *The Sunrises and Sunsets in Acapulco are amazing, especially overlooking the beach & bay *If you have a chance, grab a seat, relax and enjoy the view.

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  • Tabor Canyon

    Loreto Things to Do

    Tabor Canyon is a "hike." Starting off in an arroyo full of rocks, it quickly narrows to about 20-30 meters and the boulders get larger and larger. The hike is quite strenuous and not for those that are not in shape or have health issues. There are a few locations where you must traverse cliffs using narrow toe and hand holds and some very large...

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  • Street Life

    Oaxaca de Juárez Things to Do

    Stroll in the streets of Oaxaca and taking photograph of street vendors can be fun because they are so many of them. Make sure ask permission before you take a shot. The vendor would appreciate more if you buy their food. I did try the Tamales, empanadas and steam corn in a cup it’s more like a desert because it was sweet but not sure of the name....

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  • Isla Mujeres

    Cancún Things to Do

    Isla Mujeres allowed two programs - one by day, mainly consisting in snorkeling or diving -, and the one that we made. We had to choose, snorkel was something that only some of us would do, and we had already done somewhere else, and that's why we choose the nightly program. However, I was told that the island is great for fish, so the program...

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  • Boat Cruises

    Puerto Vallarta Things to Do

    It sounds cheesy but it was a really great experience. If you want to have a "real" drink on the boatride there just ask for it. They have some snacks on the boat to tide you over. Don't buy the bugspray at the Marina, bring your own or don't worry about it. Be hungry for dinner, the food is really great. It is a very romantic trip. After the...

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  • Snorkeling

    Playa del Carmen Things to Do

    This was the coolest excursion we have ever been on by far. Everything else is at least a distant third. The owners of h2oh Sun Cruises are a blast. We had non stop fun from when we left the marina til we got back. The entire crew have GoPro cameras and continuously take great photos and videos, which you get for free after your trip. The sound...

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  • ATV Tours

    Cabo San Lucas Things to Do

    Booked a trip with Amigos ATV Adventures and was most disappointed.Found the machines to be in a poor state of repair,some barely running,most with near bald tires and more than one person complaining about poor or non existant brakes.My particular machine broke down on the way to the beach and when no none returned to find me I was forced to walk...

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  • Zona Rio

    Tijuana Things to Do

    assorted views around the Zona Rio Area. the Zona rio area is less touristy than the zona centro area but it is here where you can see the central business district of tijuana and also the many monuments and statues of famous mexicans and others in tijuana area. Zona Río literally translates into English as River Zone, and this name is owned to the...

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  • Xochimilco

    4 out of 5 stars

    Mexico City Things to Do

    Fight that sinking sensation which you may be feeling if you have read about the slowly disappearing Mexico City by floating on the ancient canals at Xochimilco. Each weekend this World Heritage Site transforms into fiesta-filled waterways packed with party boats, musicians, and marimba players.

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  • Gran Cenote

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tulum Things to Do

    This is an amazing cenote and well worth the cost. Our guide Julio did a great job keeping us safe and together. They provide everything you need .. just take bathing suit and cash to buy the pic's just in case you want them. It was around 70 US which seemed like a lot but we were prepared. We booked this excursion through our resort and find it...

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  • Market

    Mazatlán Things to Do

    This is the place to shop. It is soooo interesting and lots to see. The prices can not be beat....I love the local flair...The spanish language the people visiting and going about their business..Bartering for items is expected and you can get items for half or less... That being said, there are some items which u do not need to barter for prices...

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  • Mainland Daytrips

    Isla Cozumel Things to Do

    They have been there longer than us, so the survival of all the tourism keeps them alive today. I last went to one in 1988, for Chitzen Itza. It was great, and a few pics area shown from then. The Tulum is also one that seems to be worth a visit based on literature. It is right on the coastline, and the pictures show it to look really fabulous. WE...

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  • Santa Lucía

    Monterrey Things to Do

    The Paseo de Santa Lucia (also called the River Walk, in English) is a charming way to get from the museum area to the very large Parc Fundidora. A cheap boat ride will save you the walk along a pleasant artificial canal, although the walk itself is also pleasant. Near the museum end there are some riverside tables and restaurants and there is a...

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  • Parasailing

    Acapulco Things to Do

    There are tons of opportunities to do parasailing on the beach - we paid about $30 USD each for it, in retrospect I think we could have haggled the price down even more if we'd tried harder. They'll give you some brief instructions before you go up which I'd highly recommend listeing to (since I almost screwed up my landing :) and it doesn't last...

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  • Bahia de Conception

    Loreto Things to Do

    I highly recommend renting a car (or better yet a convertible Jeep!) and driving north to Bahia de Conception (Conception Bay), about 90 kilometers north of Loreto and just south of the unique village of Mulage. We stopped at Playa la Perla (Pearl Beach). There will be a very small sign on the side of the road right at the intersection. Drive down...

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  • Monte Alban

    5 out of 5 stars

    Oaxaca de Juárez Things to Do

    on 19th februari 2008 iwalked from my hostel to hotel Rivera del Angel at Mina 518 between the streets diaz ordaz and mier y teran. here booked a van for 38 pesos return. low season first goes at 9.00. took 15 minutes. entrance 48 pesos video 35 pesos. walked for 2 hours a bit more had been better. then went to the museum for 15 minutes. had to be...

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  • Tulum

    Cancún Things to Do

    Tulum is not too far from Cancun that you can't go or too close to be exagerated full. Tulum is located at a good distance 2hr drive from Cancun. THere's many ways to get there; by renting a car or taking a tour, you can take the Bus "Mayab" to Tulum.

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  • Downtown

    Puerto Vallarta Things to Do

    go to the main square downtown any afternoon or evening; many families and children will be there. sometimes there is music. the main square is the plaza between morelos and juarez, roughly four blocks north of the rio cuale. it is across from the amphitheater on the malecon.

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  • Tulum

    Playa del Carmen Things to Do

    Take a road trip to Tulum....and bring your bathing suit for a swim in the beautiful beach. Spend your day visiting Tulum. Arrive early to avoid the crowds. Wander around and witness the beautiful Mayan ruins overlooking a crystal blue ocean. When you get hot, walk down to the beach and swim in the cooling waters and look up at the ruins above....

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  • Fishing

    Cabo San Lucas Things to Do

    No trip to Cabo San Lucas can be considered fully complete without taking a crack at deep sea fishing. The Sea of Cortez is home to a wide array of game fish including blue marlin, striped marlin, yellowfin tuna, dorado, and yellowtail. For our fishing expedition we selected the Gaviota Fleet known for their reliable services, fast boats, and...

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