Northern Mexico. Known for its extreme weather conditions Northern Mexico is characterized by its deserts, nature reserves and rugged mountain ranges. Some cities in the region are key industrial and business centers. Central Mexico: The Mexican heartland. Here you will find plenty of natural surroundings, picturesque towns with Spanish colonial influences, some of which have been declared World Heritage sites.
Southern Mexico and the Gulf: With the shore lining both sides, this region offers an abundance of marshes, mangrove swamps and forests ideal for ecotourism and outdoor adventures.
The Yucatan Peninsula: The gateway to the Mayan world. Here you will be able to enjoy the white sand beaches, resorts and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Here you can scuba dive amongst the second largest coral reef barrier. If this is not enough, the Peninsula offers a unique experience where you can swim in natural fresh water pools submerged in caverns known as cenotes. The Pacific Coast: In this particular region you will find cities and towns with rich cultural and culinary legacy as well as some of the best beaches for water sports such as surfing and fishing.
The Baja California Peninsula: This beautiful region offers the opportunity to play your best round of golf on world-class courses, discover the underwater treasures of the Sea of Cortez, and witness the amazing migration of the Great Gray Whale. Mexico´s 33 states are truly diverse, as each one has countless tourist destinations and activities that will provide a unique experience.