We have a selection of guidebooks to some of our most popular countries in Latin America. Written by our specialists, they detail destination information, a wildlife guide, some suggested itineraries and plenty more to inspire your holiday. Fill in the form below and if you live in UK, your guidebook will arrive by post within the next couple of days. For those who live abroad, we will send this via a PDF to your email.
Discover Mexico on this first-timer's trip to the cultural Mexico City, followed by a beach break on the sun-drenched Yucatan Peninsula. Offering a wealth of culture and plenty of beautiful sunshine, a trip to Mexico provides a lovely winter break.
Mexico - another exciting Latin American destination which will have you wanting to return again and again. With major Mayan sites of Chichen Itza and Uxmal, Palenque, Tulum, the pretty towns of Oaxaca and San Cristobal de las Casas, not to mention vibrant Mexico City. Enormous Mexico has it all.
Be Tulum is a contemporary beachfront design hotel in Tulum on Mexico’s Riviera Maya. Cool and stylish with a laid-back beach retreat feel, Be Tulum is perfect for kicking back on the white sand while having incredible Mayan ruins on your doorstep.
Explore Mexico and its colonial highlands on this whirlwind self-drive tour of Mexico’s most beautiful destinations in the northwest. Admire dramatic canyon scenery and revel in charming colonial plazas that sit hidden among old-world colonial cities.
An incredible holiday exploring and discovering the best of Mexico – from the world heritage site, Chichén Itzá, and quaint streets of San Cristobal and Oaxaca, to the pure white Caribbean sands of the Mayan Riviera.
Ruled by Mayan ruins and rituals, Mexico is a mélange of volatile volcanos, cactus-dotted deserts, Aztec pyramids, emerald jungles, white-sand beaches, and the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Americas. From the swanky beach resorts of the Yucatan and Baja to the urban chaos of Mexico City, this erstwhile Spanish colony lures holidaymakers with Mesoamerican cultures, sold-out bullfighting arenas, mariachi bands, and archaeological monuments more intoxicating than a shot of tequila.
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Loaded with glittering canyons, time-warped colonial towns, rich Aztec and Mayan cultures, and much-lauded pyramids, holidays to Mexico offer desert canyons in the north, Mayan jungle cities in the south, and Spanish colonial towns everywhere else. At its heart is Mexico City, the cultural and political capital that was once the centre of Aztec civilisation. What it lacks in good looks, it makes up with a frenetic energy and mosaic of spruced-up baroque buildings battling for street space with futuristic skyscrapers.
Once you’ve had your urban fill, beach bliss awaits at Puerto Vallarta, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, and the ever-glitzy Acapulco on the Pacific coast. For further sun-drenched glamour, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen and Cancún on the beach-dotted Yucatan Peninsula allure with coral-crushed white sands, turquoise waters, and underground natural pools.
For culture holidays, Mexico’s variety of archaeological sites and architectural triumphs is mind-blowing. Showstoppers include the gleaming white city of Mérida, the floating gardens at Xochimilco, the Magician’s Pyramid at Uxmal, the Giant Conch Snail at Chichén Itzá, and the sprawling ancient city of Teotihuacán, best known for Pyramid of the Sun and Avenue of the Dead.
Other significant gems include the rugged and remote Copper Canyon, whale-watching paradise Los Cabos in Baja California, frontier town Tijuana, and historic San Cristóbal de las Casas in the Chiapas highlands. For foodies, the artists’ colony Oaxaca is the unrivalled jewel in Mexico's gastronomic crown, whilst second-largest city Guadalajara is the birthplace of tequila, mariachi music, the broad-brimmed sombrero, rodeos, and the Mexican Hat Dance.
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Did you know?
The Golden Eagle is the national symbol of Mexico derived from Aztec legend.
Did you know?
Tequila, tabasco and the Chihuahua are all named after places in Mexico.