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Mexico offers a great holiday experience that you won't forget in a hurry! Read on for some helpful information on Mexico hoildays.
Mexico is the largest country in Central America and is bordered on the north by the USA. Mexico is a major tourist destination and the biggest in the region. Popular spots for holidays include Mexico City, Cancun, Guadalajara and Acapulco. The country has 31 UNESCO World Heritage sites and ranks fifth in the world and first in the Americas. The climate is split by the Tropic of Capricorn with hot, dry weather in the north where temperatures can reach 40 degrees in the summer. In the south temperatures are quite constant year round and can vary due to altitude.
British Airways fly to Mexico from most major airports in the UK. They fly to 17 destinations in Mexico including Mexico City, Cancun and Acapulco. Flights from Heathrow start form just £609 return. For more details visit www.britishairways.com. Fly Thomas Cook also have a special offer of a return flight from Gatwick to Cancun for just £429 return. The flight departs on 11th December 2011 and returns on the 25th December.
When to go
Due to the diverse climate between north and south, the time you choose to go depends on which area you are travelling to. Many cities in the north can experience temperatures of 40 to 50 degrees celsius during the summer so it may be best to avoid these places at this time. If you are looking for a more offbeat experience in Mexico have a look at www.madcaptravels.com. Cancun is a popular destination for many students from the US on spring break and the area and beaches can become very crowded. In general though Mexico hoildays are enjoyable all year round!