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10 Dat Itinerary

Start your 10-day trip through Mexico, a country with a lot of history, beautiful nature, and lively cultures. There are many exciting places to visit in Mexico, rom the busy streets of Mexico City to the peaceful beaches of the Riviera Maya. Explore the remains of the Mayan civilization, swim in the clear water of cenotes, and enjoy delicious local food. Visit the beautiful Chiapas area to see waterfalls, lush forests, and living examples of native traditions. Take a trip along the Pacific Coast and fall in love with Oaxaca, which is famous for its delicious food and beautiful views. You could also go on a food trip of Mexico City, Puebla, and Oaxaca and enjoy the different tastes of each. No matter which way you go, let Mexico’s rich culture and natural beauty leave a lasting impression on you.

1: Mexico City and Riviera Maya

The historical and natural splendour of Mexico City and the Riviera Maya is used in this plan. Start in Mexico City, the capital, to view the city’s key sights. Visit famous sites including the Great Temple Museum and Metropolitanv Cathedral. The next day, visit Teotihuacán to climb the pyramids and see the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Explore Mayan sites from Valladolid, a charming town, after flying to Cancún. Visit enigmatic Chichén Itzá and swim in clear Yokdzonot Cenote. Continue your Mayan vacation to Ek Balam, Uxmal, and Kabah. Visit the Muná Viewpoint and understand Mérida’s rich history. The excursion ends at Tulum’s lovely beaches, where you may rest and see ancient ruins.

Second itinerary: Chiapas's highlights

Chiapas’ natural beauty and indigenous culture are unmatched. San Cristóbal de las Casas has a vibrant culture. Your trip begins here. Walk through its charming alleyways and see spider monkeys and waterfalls at Sumidero Canyon. Continue till you reach the Montebello Lakes, turquoise lakes surrounded by dense trees. Next, cool off at Hierve el Agua, a rock waterfall, with mineral-rich water.

You’ll also visit native settlements like San Juan Chamula and Zinacantan to learn about their culture. Visit the famous Agua Azul and Misol-Há waterfalls before visiting Palenque’s bushy archaeological site. The expedition continues with visits to rural Yaxchilan and Bonampak. You’ll also visit the Lacandona Forest before leaving for a more natural experience.

3: Pacific Coast and Magical Oaxaca

This plan focuses on Oaxaca, recognised for its gorgeous scenery, excellent cuisine, and native culture. Start in Oaxaca City to visit the historic centre, the massive Tule Tree, and Hierve el Agua, a rock-turned stream. Take a cooking class and sample Oaxacan mole and other delights. Visit Monte Albán and Ocotlán’s vibrant Oaxacan market.

In Latuvi, Oaxaca’s Northern Highlands, you can see how jam and bread are made. Benito Juárez offers rural life and local cuisine. Finally, you visit Santa Maria Huatulco on the Pacific Coast to relax on the beaches and experience
coastal life.

4: Yucatán Peninsula Treasures

Puerto Morelos, on the Yucatán Peninsula, is the starting point for this fascinating initiative. Swimming in Puerto Morelos reveals coral reefs, brilliant fish, sea turtles, and rays. You should also visit Chichén Itzá, Nuevo Xcan, and Yokdzonot Cenote.

Explore the charming Valladolid and the Río Lagartos Biosphere Reserve to witness flamingos, crocodiles, and various birds. Holbox Island is a pristine destination to complete your tour. Relax on beaches, eat fresh seafood, and watch sunsets. You can rent a golf cart or bike to explore the island, or rest in a chair by the ocean.

5: A southern Mexico gastronomy tour covering Mexico City, Puebla, and Oaxaca.

In Mexico City, you’ll see the vibrant San Juan Market and area on your gastronomic excursion. Taste authentic Mexican meals, fruits, and cheese. The trip continues as you drive to Puebla City, a UNESCO World Heritage site with diverse cuisine traditions. Take a cooking class and then explore the city’s charming streets.

In Puebla, you can wander through antojitos poblanos and enjoy several Mexican foods. View a traditional tamale shop. Visit Oaxaca City, a foodie’s paradise, for real Oaxacan food and markets. After a morning cooking session, see Monte Albán’s ruins.

End the tour in the mountains of Oaxaca to observe rural life in Latuvi and Benito Juárez. Enjoy farm-fresh meals and the scenery. Your heart will be full of lovely memories from Oaxaca.


Mexico has many intriguing things to do, from learning about its culture to enjoying its food and nature. Try one of these five routes to maximise your 10- day vacation through this lovely and varied country. Have fun travelling!

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