The saying goes that Mexico is a 'world of it's own,' and this couldn't be anymore true. While it looks average in size on a map, the country is incredibly large and hosts a range of varied terrains and landscapes. Dry in the north, lush and green in the south, surround by a soft sand coastline. Some of the best beaches in the world are here, which has attracted some beautiful, luxurious hotels and resorts.
Different eco-systems make wonderful viewing of wild and marine life. Mayan archaeological sites bring fascination to even the most seasoned history buff.
The cosmopolitan cities are buzzing, day and night - some of the top restaurants and street food in the world are readily on offer.
No matter what you want to see, experience, Mexico has something for everyone.
Travellers to Mexico are spoilt for choice when it comes to air travel. Travel time is around 10 hours, with most flights departing during the day which really helps reduce the side effects of jet lag. Economy class prices start from £500.00 and business class tickets can be as low as £1,500.00.
Mexico's flagship carrier, AeroMexico, operate a Boeing 787 service from London Heathrow to Mexico City daily. This service is configured with economy class and business class (lie-flat bed). There are regular connections from this flight to other domestic locations around Mexico.
AeroMexico Business Class
British Airways Economy Class
British Airways Business Class
British Airways operate one of their brand new Boeing 787 aircrafts from London Heathrow to Mexico five times a week. Economy, premium economy, business (lie-flat bed) and first class (lie-flat bed) are available on this service. They also offer a direct service from London Gatwick to Cancun, three times a week in economy class, premium economy or business class (lie-flat bed).
Due to the media often portraying Mexico as an unsafe place, safety in Mexico is a valid question for the first time visitor but never a worry for the second time visitor! The Foreign and Commonwealth office reports ''over half a million British passport holders visit Mexico each year and nearly all of these visits are trouble free".
Generally, the areas in Mexico that have trouble with the Mexican cartel are no where near the tourist spots or main centres.
We monitor government warnings continuously and adjust our operations accordingly.
Please do follow the travel safety websites of your particular government, which will offer you specific advice. Citizens from the United Kingdom can refer this this page. We are more than happy to chat to you about any concerns you may have, please contact us here.
VISAS & ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
Visitors from the following countries can enter Mexico as a tourist without a visa for a period of under 180 days:
United States of America
any of the Schengen countries
Please note the above information can change at anytime - will provide exact information during the reservation process.
Travellers from the United Kingdom should consult TravelHealthPro and their GP for the most up-to-date travel health recommendations.