Hotels in Mexico

Discover Mexico

If you want to make the most of your trip to Mexico, the period from November to April is the most suitable. During these months, temperatures range from 20 to 30°C, which is ideal for exploring beaches, historical cities, and natural parks without having to worry too much about rain or stifling heat. Additionally, during this period, notable festivities such as the Fiesta de la Candelaria and Carnaval take place, where you can immerse yourself in the rich Mexican culture.

Although these months are ideal in many aspects, remember that they are also the most expensive for booking hotels and flights. Prices tend to increase due to high demand.

On the other hand, if you don't mind a more humid and warm climate, the months from May to October offer more affordable prices and fewer tourists. The rains are usually short and passing, so with a little planning, you can still enjoy your trip.

To make the most of your trip to Mexico, it is recommended to make your reservation between 4 and 6 months before your departure. It is crucial, especially if you plan to travel during important events like the Day of the Dead. Flight rates and hotel prices in places of interest like Cancun and Playa del Carmen can significantly increase as these dates approach.

A tip: look for hotels in less touristy areas but well connected with public transportation. These places offer lower rates and are ideal for immersing yourself in a more authentic experience, away from the most touristy areas.

If your goal is to save as much as possible, the low season, from May to November, represents your best option. However, this period coincides with the rainy season, so don't forget to bring a good raincoat.

If you are looking for more than just beaches, Mexico offers a fascinating cocktail of nature, culture, and history. Of course, Cancun and Playa del Carmen are key destinations for partying and sunbathing, but there are many more places to discover. The El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve in Baja California is a treasure for nature lovers, away from the crowds.

In terms of history, it's not limited to Teotihuacan or Chichen Itza. Uxmal in Yucatan is a less crowded but equally impressive wonder. For a dose of adventure, the Copper Canyon in Chihuahua is a gem; imagine a canyon even larger than the Grand Canyon in the US, with hiking routes and spectacular views from the train.

If you prefer a more peaceful and cultural experience, Merida is your destination. The fusion of Mayan and Spanish influences translates into a unique gastronomy, such as cochinita pibil. San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas offers an authentic immersion in indigenous culture, with mountainous landscapes that will leave you amazed.