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Tours to Mexico

With its ancient Aztec sites, sandy beaches and jungles bursting with wildlife, Mexico is a multi-faceted country that's perfect for an adventure tour. From cyclists to families, we have a Mexico trip to suit everyone. And of course, no trip is complete without some tasty tacos.

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Discover our Mexico tours

Our small group Mexico tours will take you on a voyage of discovery through the ancient heartland of the Aztec, Zapotec and Maya civilisations, to the foodie hub of Oaxaca and along the golden sandy beaches of the Caribbean coast. 

Your local tour leader will take you back in time to explore the timeworn pyramid of Chichen Itza, and pay respect to the Maya tomb of Palenque. Immerse yourself in Mexican culture with a cooking lesson from a local family, and join Day of the Dead festivities (on trips leaving in late October) to witness a carnival of colour, upbeat music and delicious local food. For a Mexican adventure to remember, join our cycling trip to ride through age-old Maya villages and swim in the shimmering turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.

Considering a trip to Mexico but new to small group travel? We've answered some of your most-asked questions.

Our most popular tours in Mexico

Contrasts of Mexico

Belize, Guatemala, Mexico Discovery Trip code MX
Best seller
15 Days From NZ$3000 without flights

Contrasts of Mexico + Yucatan Peninsula Extension

Belize, Guatemala, Mexico Discovery Trip code MXY
21 Days From NZ$5190 without flights

Best of Guatemala and the Yucatan

Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras Discovery Trip code DMX
15 Days From NZ$4820 without flights

Cycle Mexico - The Yucatan Peninsula

Mexico Cycling Trip code CMX
Best seller
9 Days From NZ$2260 without flights

Highlights of Mexico

Mexico Discovery Trip code MXS
9 Days From NZ$2250 without flights

Tastes of Mexico

Mexico Food and Drink Trip code MXF
14 Days From NZ$3010 without flights
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Southern Mexico is the country's most popular tourist destination and it's not hard to see why. Mayan ruins, dense jungle, white sand beaches, islands, coral reefs, indigenous villages and colonial cities – the south has it all. Be sure to check out the fine towns of Oaxaca, San Cristobal de las Casas, Campeche and Mérida, as well as the ruins of Palenque, Uxmal and Chichen Itza. If you want beach time, Tulum is southern Mexico's most hip destination, but there are also plenty of mega-resorts nearby, including Cancun.

The north is a vast and daunting land of deserts, mountains and endless lonely highways. Don't miss the Copper Canyon that competes with Arizona's Grand Canyon for sheer jaw-dropping grandeur. A network of immensely beautiful colonial cities grace the interior of Mexico, including Guanajuato, Zacatecas and Querétaro. Built on the prodigious wealth of silver mining, many of them and their buildings have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Western Mexico is a bastion of national traditions, such as tequila, mariachis and the Mexican hat dance. The best place to enjoy all of them is Guadalajara, Mexico's second city. But indigenous culture is richly represented in the west too, with scores of evocative Purepecha villages perched upon the shores of Lake Pátzcuaro. The Pacific coast is a truly vast and legendary stretch of shore with everything from glitzy high-rise resorts to chilled-out bastions of hippy culture. Ramshackle fishing communities, quiet enclaves and blissfully isolated beaches are plentiful, perfect for slinging a hammock and soaking up the sunset.

The Gulf coast may not be as beautiful or popular as the Pacific, but it is wonderfully verdant and free from tourists. Don't miss the steamy, hedonistic port of Veracruz, the archaeological wonder of El Tajín and the urbane university city of Xalapa.

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