Mexico Holidays 2019/2020
Holidays to Mexico call for tropical beaches and ancient Mayan ruins with purpose-built resorts and some of the best nightlife in Central America. Swimming with sea turtles or snorkelling in a cenote are just two examples of the adventures that lie ahead.
Mexico Holiday Offers
Enjoy Unlimited-Luxury®, including limitless gourmet dining, the Explorer's Club for Kids and numerous activities.
Seven nights, all inclusive FROM £1299pp
Save up to £912 per couple
All-inclusive adults-only holidays in Mexico
If you're considering an adults-only all-inclusive holiday to Mexico this year, ask us about Secrets Resorts & Spas, part of The AMResorts Collection. Stay at one of these 5* resorts and you'll have everything from top-shelf drinks and reservation-free gourmet dining to cooking classes, 24-hour room service and themed events included, as part of its Unlimited-Luxury® concept. We've stayed at all of these resorts, so talk to us today and we'll help you find the right match.
5* Mexico: Preferred Club benefits
Seven nights, all inclusive, from £1389pp
Secrets Capri Riviera Cancun is the only resort in the collection where all guests can enjoy Preferred Club privileges, such as 24-hour concierge service, personalised check-in and check-out, and beach and pool service. During your stay, you could try cultural Mayan activities like a Latin American dance lesson, head out on a local bicycle tour or learn new relaxation techniques with a massage class.
5* Mexico: superb beach setting
Seven nights, all inclusive, from £1599pp
Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun sits on one of Mexico's finest white sand beaches. Make the most of this enviable setting by giving windsurfing a go or joining a sunrise kayak tour. You could explore the reef on a scuba diving trip or relax under a thatched umbrella by the sea or by the amazing infinity pool. And with our offer, you'll stay in a beautifully renovated suite with far-reaching tropical garden views.
5* Mexico: for wine lovers
Seven nights, all inclusive, from £1699pp
You'll be struck by the cutting-edge luxury at Secrets The Vine Cancun. Its location in Cancun's Hotel Zone is a big draw, as you'll have the city's vibrant bar scene on your doorstep and a room overlooking the ocean, offering unspoilt views of every sunrise and sunset. If you're into wine, this resort has its own wine cellar home to over 3000 varieties and offers complimentary sommelier-guided tastings.
Where is it?
Stretching all the way from the USA in the north to Guatemala and Belize in the south, Mexico is the glue that links the North and South American continents together. The country's two million square kilometres pack in everything from mega cities and tiny pueblos to ancient jungle and Mayan relics. It has tropical forests, dry deserts, fertile valleys and snow-capped mountains. But, for holidaymakers at least, the coastal areas hold the main appeal.
Since Mexico's terrain is extremely varied, so is the weather. On the coast however, the climate is generally balmy year-round, but some months are rainy and others dry.
Why is it unique?
At 758,400 square miles, it's a bit less than three times the size of Texas. In that vast territory, stretching from the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific, you have a wide variety of climates, cuisines, cultures, landscapes, and lifestyles.
Head to the white-sand beaches and warm aquamarine Caribbean waters of the Riviera Maya and you're likely to dine in beach restaurants on ceviche (seafood marinated in citrus) and fish tacos in the shade of a palapa (open-sided structure thatched with palm leaves). That's world's away from the narrow cobblestoned streets and restored colonial homes, grand cathedrals and churches, and immaculately manicured plazas of San Miguel de Allende's UNESCO World Heritage centro, where you can enjoy a café con leche (coffee with cream) in a courtyard built 300 years ago.
Why should I go?
Beyond the Caribbean Coast's lively tourist resorts and built-up towns, there's an untamed jungle waiting to be explored. A journey into the Yucatan Peninsula's outback can involve speed boating through mangrove swamps and hiking along rainforest paths, whereas holidays to Mexico's Pacific Coast shake up the traditional beach break by throwing in abseiling and zip-lining in the Sierra Madre Mountains amongst other adventurous activities. Trips run from all the main resorts in the area, so it's really easy to sign up.