Hunting, Fishing, Cars and Travels!
When it comes to a destination that has a variety of things to do and see and one that everyone can enjoy, Mexico tops the list. Everyone from the history buff to the eco tourist can be catered for in Mexico. Mexico is also a fun place to visit and Mexico luxury holidays can offer you the perfect respite from the stress of the office. A lot of stressed out execs love to head south for Mexico luxury holidays.
The coastal towns are usually the most popular – towns such as Acapulco and Cancun are perennially popular. Cancun forms part of the Mayan Riviera and it is said that these ancient people used to also come there to relax and unwind. Having a wide range of naturally beautiful scenery to see, top class accommodation and a vibrant night life, these coastal cities seem to offer everything a tourist could want. In addition to that, ancient sites and ruins are a stone’s throw away from all of them. The coastal resorts can cater for both family holidays and singles and so your Mexico luxury holidays on the coast is likely to mean fun in the sun and a lot that can keep you occupied.
Cruise liners also often make port at the coastal cities and so you could start off your Mexico luxury holidays out off the coast of Mexico in the complete luxury of a cruise liner. Hiring a charter boat for fishing or a luxury yacht for sun worshipping is also a definite possibility. Most Mexican fisherman will guarantee that you will catch something when they take you out on the water – the ocean is teeming with fish.
If you prefer to stay on dry land, you can still get some idea of how thrilling the water is by watching the Acapulco cliff divers. These athletes dive off the towering cliffs and into the ocean below as both a test of skill and also a way to earn extra money. It is quite a sight.
Whether you spend your time on the water, next to the water or in the water, you will build up quite an appetite during your Mexico luxury holidays. This is a pretty good thing because the Mexicans are generally quite generous with their portions and the food is full of flavor. Mexican food does tend to have a bit of a bite so remember to ask for something milder if you can’t handle this. Most of us are familiar with Mexican staples such as tacos and nachos and a lot of us have sworn never to drink tequila again – but we always do. Try some tequila, made from the Agave cactus, in its home country and remember it’s traditional to eat the worm.
Mexico has a vibrant culture and is very colorful and flamboyant. It is pretty much Latin and there is no shortage of joyous music and fantastic colors. Family is very important in the Mexican culture and so is religion. The main religion is Christianity but some old traditions are still followed. One of these is the Day of the Dead. This may be seen as a bit macabre by some but it really is a way of remembering fallen loved ones and once again emphasizes the importance of family in Mexico. Families hold feasts at the graves of loved ones and this way everyone, living and dead, get to be involved in the feast. It is really quite fascinating.
Mexico is also a fun place to visit and Mexico luxury holidays can offer you the perfect respite from the stress of the office. A lot of stressed out execs love to head south for Mexico luxury holidays.