With two weeks in Mexico, you have plenty of time to delve into more than one region—pair Mexico City with the Pacific and Caribbean coasts, for example—and to build your trip around a particular interest. Spend two weeks touring Mexico's top highlights, focus on seeing as many UNESCO-honored ruins as you can, take a family-oriented trip that features outdoor activities like swimming with dolphins in Puerto Vallarta, or eat and drink your way around Mexico on a foodie tour. Learn how with these five unique itineraries.
beDMC is a specialized local expert with offices in Mexico, Peru & Bolivia. We are all passionate travellers and are frequently visiting the destinations, hotels & activities that we operate to guarantee a high-quality standard and we know what is happening in our region.
We are focused on delivering personalized high quality and unique experiences for our clients. We can operate from the budget independent backpacker trip sleeping in hostels to Luxury high-end private services.
We always try to provide a mix of adventure, culture, nature & local encounters in our trips in order to have a great balance, and you can make the most out of your experience.
Adventure: Hiking, biking, scuba diving, cycling, rafting, kayaking.
Wellness: Yoga & Meditation retreats
Culture: Sleep in local homestays, Have a meal with a local family
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If you have ten days to spend in Mexico, you have time to mix cultural sightseeing with outdoor activities, culinary tours, and relaxing on the beach. Focus your time on Mexico City and the idyllic Riviera Maya, explore the lakes and waterfalls of Chiapas, tour the foodie capital of Oaxaca and relax on the Pacific coast for a few days, or go snorkeling and swimming in the clear sea and cenotes of the Yucatán Peninsula: learn how with these unique itineraries.
If you have a week to spend in Mexico, you can do a deep dive into one region like the Riviera Maya, or hop between two cultural hubs like Mexico City and Oaxaca. Explore the Mayan ruins and cenotes of the Riviera Maya, go on a food-focused tour to Oaxaca and Puebla, or visit off-the-beaten-path nature reserves on the Yucatán Peninsula—learn how to structure your time and plan a trip with these five unique itineraries.
Enjoy this getaway to the Riviera Maya with its mix of culture and relaxing on the beach. Base yourself in lively Playa del Carmen as you explore Mayan ruins, swim in picturesque cenotes, snorkel in family-friendly water parks, and enjoy the sun, sand, and sea along the white sandy coastline of the Yucatán Peninsula.
If you have five days to spend in Mexico, you can get to know one region or major cultural hub. Focus your energy on exploring Mexico City, take a family-oriented vacation to the Riviera Maya, go snorkeling and kayaking in Puerto Vallarta, get off the beaten path in beautiful Chiapas, or trace the footsteps of the Mayan people on the Yucatán Peninsula. Learn more about what to do and where to go with these five unique itineraries.