Mexico Travel Guide
Mexico has a robust culture and delicious food to die for. Seriously, Taco Bell and Chipotle are a joke compared to the culinary masterpieces coming out of Mexico. For true foodies, Mexico City is the place to be. Not only is there a rich food culture, but the capital city also has one of the largest food markets in the world.
For those looking to relax at a resort, Cancun and Los Cabos are wonderful choices. You can find great party scenes and nightlife. But you can also chill on the beach with a fruity cocktail. The choice is yours.
Language: The official language of Mexico is Spanish.
Currency: The official currency of Mexico is the peso (MXN). 1 USD is equal to about 20 MXN.
Plugs: The plugs are type A and B, standard voltage is 127 V, and the standard frequency is 60 Hz. These are the same plugs as in America, so don’t worry about an adapter if you’re from the USA.
Safety: Mexico has a reputation for being unsafe. Although this reputation may be overstated, you should still be smart and careful. Avoid walking alone at night and notify your hotel where you’re going and when you’ll be back.
The Best Time to Visit
Mexico has beaches, deserts, jungles, and mountains. When you go depends on where you go. Beachgoers should avoid hurricane season. Instead, shoot for November to April. It’s the dry season so the coast will be sunny and less humid. But it can get cool at night farther inland.
If you plan to go to the jungle and mountains, go during winter. You won’t have to deal with rain or humidity on your hike. Summer is hot and wet, so it can be a little uncomfortable.