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When people think of Mexico, the nation invokes images of pinatas, mariachi bands, and spicy foods. While the country certainly has these things, it offers even more to those staying at hotels in Mexico. Many travellers who visit Mexico become so attracted to the place that they want to return again and again.
The culture of the people inhabiting Mexico goes back thousands of years to the ancient paleo Indian groups and more recently to the Mayans and Aztecs and then Spanish explorers in the 1500s. Mexico hotels offer guests a way to explore this national heritage while also partaking in the country's current cultural offerings, and you can find cheap hotel deals in Mexico that are close to archaeological sites and museums.
As a large country, Mexico has a wide climatological range. Visitors might experience snow, hurricanes, or even sand storms, but sunny days and warm temperatures are usually the norm. Many Mexico hotel deals include sightseeing tours to geographical areas of interest such as the local biosphere reserves and mountains such as the Pico de Orizaba, which offers some of the best views of the surrounding land.
Mexico is known as a place of mega biodiversity. It is the most diverse country in the world for reptiles, second in mammals, and fourth for amphibians. It is also fourth for plant diversity, with more than 26,000 types of native plants living in the country. In addition to the preserved natural areas, some of the top travel destinations within Mexico include Cancún, Acapulco, the pyramids of Teotihuacan, and anything related to soccer. Tourists also flock to presentations of traditional Mexican dance, which features brightly coloured costumes and flouncy skirts.
Travellers who are seeking a cheap Mexico hotel deal on Expedia should book reservations early. Peak travel times to Mexico are during the months of December through March. Prices for Mexico hotel packages vary with seasonal demand, typically peaking around the Christmas holiday and spring break season. Some resort areas become busier during honeymoon season, which is usually during May and June and may cause rates for rooms to increase.
Visitors to Mexico often seek out the country's special culinary ingredients, including vanilla, chocolate, and chiles. The discount on genuine vanilla is so substantial that many visitors come especially for the purpose of buying a large bottle to bring home. Whether for food, history, or culture, make Mexico the location of your next getaway.