The scorching sun lounger was beating down on pale skin, a little windswept over my hair, and the cool, sparkly turquoise water calmed my flesh.The scent of coconuts and pina Coladas wafted in from the snack bar, and the fresh salty air calmed and relaxed my entire body. In this way, my vacation in Mexico started. Mexico is a country steeped in history, tradition, and culture, made up of 31 states.I spent my first day exploring the length of the beach, practicing walking on the algae-covered barriers that separated the resort gulf from the open ocean. I snorkeled my way around the reefs on the second and third days, watching as small neon fish rushed in and out of their coral homes, flinching whenever a sea urchin sprung out its spikes.
Visiting The Capital City
Cancun is a place of amazing beaches, wildlife, and adventures.I’ve visited other places in Mexico, but their beaches were not as good as the oneshere in Cancun.Ideal for unwinding after a long day of sightseeing in the city. Its waters are the bluest I’ve ever seen, at the ideal temperature, and not too wavy.Its white sand stretches as far as the eyes can see, yet it’s not as scorching as you’d think in a hot climate.
Cancun’s hotel zone features one of the most stunning beaches in the world.The hotels along this stretch have great seaside views, and many of them feature pools directly on the shore.It offers everything from fancy steakhouses and seafood restaurants to little cafes where you can get a quesadilla.Cancun’s cuisine caters to all tastes.Whether you want fancy restaurants as part of your all-inclusive or just plain food, there is bound to be a resort that caters to your needs.
Water Tour In The El Arco
If you’re in Cabo, you must see the Arches, or El Arco, as the locals call it. It is one of the most popular outdoor attractions in the city.The Arches are limestone rock structures etched by time, sea, and wind. I booked a water taxi as it was a must-do to discover and visit the El Arco. There, I witnessed the most incredible rock structure, and the window to the Pacific was unreal. This exciting water tour took me through all the unique Arches and nearby landmarks.I took many amazing pictures of the Arch. The best way to experience this is to rent a kayak on the beach and go rowing. It was a fascinating experience for me!
I snorkeled my way around the reefs on the second and third days, watching as small neon fish rushed in and out of their coral homes, flinching whenever a sea urchin sprung out its spikes.
Many thrilling adventures and new experiences in Mexico provided a positive insight into me as they forced me to step outside of my comfort zone. It made me desire to travel the world more frequently. Mexico is full of voyages waiting to be discovered by those who are ready to visit. It is a big country divided into extensive subregions with varying climates, vegetation, and general feel depending on where you are. The cities and culture are what make this country so astonishing to visit.