Travelling to Mexico
Taking a flight to Mexico is the most common way to go there and visit their resorts and tourist attractions. There are major US airlines that offer non-stop of direct flight to different cities in Mexico. You can book your flight with the help of a travel agent or you can simply go online and book a flight yourself. Air fare can differ from various airlines so it is best to do your research early. Early birds usually get early bird prices which are really a bargain. There are times when you can also get a good deal if you decide to travel right away or within a week or two. It is ideal to book a flight with a US or a Mexican airline.
Charter flights can offer rock bottom prices at times. However, you need to be aware that the charter operator has the right to cancel the flight if it doesn’t fill, and they can do this up to ten days before the flight. These charter flights don’t allow cancellation of reservations thought.
You get a good value if you combine air fare with a hotel package. The hotels may not be the best known. You can do an online search on the different hotels and their locations. If you are travelling to Cancun, Acapulco, Ixtapa or any other vacation destination, then you can check out vacation package deals on these locations.
Another kind of package is the guided tour, often of several cities and typically with hotels and transportation included. This is a good one for those who have not explored Mexico or for those who speak little or no Spanish.
You can also take a cruise to Mexico which leave from both coasts of the US and vary in how long they will last. You don’t need to spend much if you take the shorter cruises. Compared to other vacation choices, cruises will comply give you a taste of Mexico, but that might be just the things to whet your appetite.
Mexico has a good network of buses going to and from cities. The deluxe of first class buses are the easy choice of most tourists preferring this because of the conveniences like movies, nice seats, rest rooms ,and a good schedule with many daily departures.
IF you want to drive around Mexico just remember that driving conditions vary considerably from one Mexican highway to another. Some are slow, while the relatively expensive toll roads usually have light traffic due to their prices. Night driving is not encouraged in Mexico. At night you can be robbed or you can meet some road hazards like livestock lying on the road or vehicles with no good headlights.