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.
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Set along the Pacific Coast, this adults-only resort offers gourmet restaurants, 18-hole golf course, world-class spa and two sparkling pools.
Mexico’s official name is Estados Únidos Mexicanos (United Mexican States).
North America’s largest wildcat, the elusive jaguar, roams Mexico's southern jungles.
The world’s smallest, yet perhaps most vocal dog, the Chihuahua, derives its name from a Mexican state.
Mexico City was built over the ruins of an ancient Aztec city, Tenochtitlán.
The country introduced three of the world’s most delicious treats: chocolate, corn, and chilies.
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