Tips for your Mexico Trip
There are few countries that can be credited with for having such a rich and varied culture, Mexico is one of them. If you are thinking of booking your cheap flights to Mexico or have already booked your airline tickets on flights to Mexico, then here’s all that you need to know to make your holiday experience much more memorable.
As an entry requirement, all travelers are supposed to carry a tourist card. This two part document is your entry and exit ticket and you should keep it safe and intact until you are asked for it during departure. A good idea would be to note down the tourist card number for emergency situations like losing the card etc. If you remember the card number, it will help you a lot and save you from unnecessary worries.
When to go
From hot and dry to moderate and from blistering hot to hail, rain and violent storms, Mexico has a range of climates. Depending on when and where you want to be, Mexico can be hot to cool to pleasant for you. As is the practice, every place has its customary high season and low season. When it comes to Mexico, most people prefer to visit here during the winter months. What this translates into is unnecessary escalated costs for everything especially accommodation and travel tickets. To avoid the hullabaloo of rush, you can opt for the ‘low’ season or the ‘swing’ season when the travel season is not at its peak (though it’s really tough to decipher that for Mexico as it is one of the most visited places in the world).
What to pack
Since Mexico is more often than not sizzling with the heat of the sun, it will do you a world of good to pack light, loose summer clothes, even during the ‘winter months’. Sunscreen lotions, hat, sunglasses are a must. Also pack in few beach wear items.
If you have plans of checking out the ruins, then wear sturdy shoes, for the trip is going to entail a lot of walking. Besides this, you can carry a light shrug or a wrap or a coat, to ward off the slight chill you may feel during winters.
Traveling in Mexico is best enjoyed in a bus, car, or via air. You can hop from one city to the other using any of these public modes of transport or even rent a car of your own.
When traveling via car, remember to factor in the added cost of toll taxes. Since the best roads in the country fall under this category, you may end up disposing sizable amount of cash. Be prepared. If you are driving near the US border, be prepared to be subjected to car-checks at the various Mexican army checkpoints. Also, limit your driving hours to daytime only as night time driving is not totally safe in Mexico.
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