Travel Tips for Mexico
Elements of Spanish, North American and traditional Mexican culture combine to make this country one of the most colorful and vibrant additions to any travel itinerary. From Mayan ruins and jungles filled with parrots, to the bustling nightclubs of Cancun and the seediness of Tijuana and everything in between, Mexico has a lot to offer travelers. There are also 26 UNESCO World Heritage sites in the country, which in itself is impressive.
Accommodation – Hostel prices can be as low as 150 MXN per night, although 250 MXN is more realistic, especially in the bigger cities. For budget hotel accommodation, plan for around 900 MXN per night for a double occupancy room.
Food – Mexican food is very affordable. By purchasing food from street vendors or local markets, you can expect to spend around 240 MXN per day or less. If you eat at some of the sit down restaurants or in the tourist areas, expect to pay about 400 MXN a day for food. You can get some pretty bad-ass tequila for as cheap as 240 MXN.
Transportation – Most of Mexico is served by buses, with longer journeys varying in price. A bus from Puerto Vallarta to Guadalajara (5.5 hours) costs around 480 MXN. Taxi fares start from 16 MXN in most cities.
Activities – Diving is likely to be the most expensive activity you choose to do here, with day trips usually costing over 2, 400 MXN. Entrance to the many Mayan sites in the country is around 160 MXN.
Money Saving Tips
Eat market food – Mexico’s markets are a great place to eat inexpensively and also to stock up on food for day trips.
Travel off-season – By traveling between late April and early December, you can pick up bargain accommodation, food and travel rates.
Venture Inland – Mexico’s coasts are the most famous, most touristy parts of the country, but the interior has an amazing amount to offer. Prices are cheaper, and you’ll be more likely to meet some locals if you head away from the coast.
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Do NOT talk to students doing surveys! They are probably scammers. Do NOT give personal information to anyone you do know. Visit the Casa de Frida Kahlo. Spend two days visiting the Museo Nacional De Antropologia. Hang out in Coyoacan. It is way cool. Try Sopa de Lima. Don't barter on crafts and goods with hard-working Mexican people. You make more money in a day than they do in a week.
What are some travel tips on Mexico?
you may not want to go during summer:)