The country of Mexico, also known as the United Mexican States with its 31 states, is situated between the United States and Central America. The diverse country remains ripe with cultural riches, magical towns, and biodiversity.
Here, you’ll find everything from superb natural wonders, cosmopolitan cities and stunning architecture to white-sand beach towns and world-famous cuisine and more, from Baja California Sur to the Yucatán Peninsula. Consider one of our all-inclusive Mexico packages and save.
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Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos is a luxurious, all-inclusive oceanfront resort for all ages, located on the famed Baja California Peninsula amidst desert dunes, ocean rock formations, and spectacular vistas of the Sea of Cortez.
From the sun-blessed ports of Mexico’s sparkling Pacific to the ancient Mayan archaeological sites and wonders of the historic Yucatán Peninsula, the country has much to offer visitors. Mexico’s rich cultural heritage unfolds in its colonial cities of Puerto Vallarta, Oaxaca, and Veracruz; its metropolises of Mexico City and Guadalajara; and its ancient archaeological sites such as Chichén Itzá and Tulum in Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo.
Mexico’s sparkling waters along the Pacific and historic Mayan Riviera from Puerto Morelos to Tulum provide visitors with the perfect balance of clear blue seas and colorful tradition. This is the land that discovered tequila, chocolate, mariachi and Frida Kahlo.
From the thriving capital of Mexico City to its sprawling deserts, jungles, mountains and endless seas, you’ll find festive traditions, sun-drenched beaches, tantalizing cuisine, and mysterious archaeological sites, plus oceans of watersports from scuba diving and snorkeling to sailing and sportfishing.
What To Do
Snorkel and dive amidst clear blues seas in destinations such as Los Cabos, Cancun, and Cozumel, where you’ll discover the world’s second largest barrier reef.
Explore the modern metropolises of Guadalajara and Mexico City, and the mysterious archaeological sites in the 13th-century Mayan city of Tulum, and Chichén Itzá, the capital of ancient Maya.
Swim with wild dolphins in the Bay of Banderas off the coast of Nayarit. Watch the sunset onboard a delightful catamaran in Cabo San Lucas.
Experience the relics of an ancient Mayan community deep in the jungle at Cobá where you can walk to the top of Nohoch Muul, the tallest ancient pyramid in Mexico.
When to Go
From the hot coastal plains and sun-drenched seaside cities to the higher regions of Mexico City and Guadalajara, Mexico’s climate includes many peaks and valleys.
The country’s rainy season is generally from May to October and summer months also remain hottest. The coolest temperatures arrive between December and February when inland northern Mexico can even be quite cold.
The coastal areas receive more rain than the mountains. Overall, the country is blessed with a warm, moderately dry climate and year-round sunshine.