Travel to Mexico During Covid-19.
Mexico is a country rich in culture, food, history, and natural beauty that isn’t only for popular Spring Break excursions. Within the ruin-strewn ancient city of Chichen Itza, marvel at
Mexico is a country rich in culture, food, history, and natural beauty that isn’t only for popular Spring Break excursions. Within the ruin-strewn ancient city of Chichen Itza, marvel at a 1,300-year-old Mayan pyramid. Visit the Casa Azul museum to be surrounded by the vibrant paintings of Frida Kahlo, a well-known Mexican artist. In the Sea of Cortez on the western shore, kayak past a colony of sea lions. There is hardly a lack of diversity when it comes to adventures in a country with rough mountains and arid plains, tropical rainforests, and densely populated metropolises.
Major airline carriers serve cities such as Mexico City, Cancun, Monterrey, Guadalajara, and Acapulco, which have over 1,800 airports. Mexico City has the city’s sole rail-based metro system, which is a very efficient way to get around. Buses and taxis are the most common modes of transportation in the rest of the country. Buses are available in every town and state in Mexico and are a fairly inexpensive mode of transportation, however, there are no capacity restrictions (you might have to stand for the duration of your ride). If you’re staying at a hotel or resort, ask the concierge to help you plan your trip
The climate of Mexico varies depending on altitude. The tropical climate of low-lying coastal locations is hot and humid for the majority of the year. At 2,300 meters above sea level, Mexico City, on the other hand, has a more temperate climate with nice summers and mild winters. The rainy season in Mexico normally begins in late July. Winter is generally the busiest tourist season, but early spring and autumn are also excellent times to come.