Mexico has been a tourist destination for a hundred years or so and is not close losing it’s popularity. Offering a winning combination of regular sunshine, truly spectacular Mayan world wonders – Chichen Itza is especially magnificent – large and luscious beaches on both the Pacific and Caribbean oceans, tasty and varied food, mad festivals, diverse landscapes ranging from deserts to jungles and reasonable prices, what’s not to like about Mexico?
Well, if you insist on hearing the downsides…. banditry happens, decapitation too – though that’s generally visited upon rival gang members – locals can be uncommunicative unless you’re a tourist waving a fist full of dollars and there’s no short gage of unattractive towns and dull landscapes.
But never mind, Mexico is still brilliant!
View from the top of Nohoch Mul, aka Ixmoja pyramid at Coba, Yucatan, Mexico.