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Mysterious, vibrant Mexico is an ideal tourist destination. Tour Mexico City, with its fabulous museums, such as the National Museum of Anthropology and its impressive Cathedral in the Centro Historico. Explore Chichén-Itzá , Calakmul and Bonampak, ancient Maya sites. Walk through Teotihuacán, a pre-Columbian city built by the Mesoamerican civilization, where you can see the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon. Go scuba diving in the incredible underwater cave-system in Cenote Dod Ojos. Other cenotes (sacred wells) in the area are great for swimming and snorkeling. Hike and trek along Iztaccíhuatl and Popocatepetl volcanoes; the latter is fringed by 16th century monasteries and small villages. Go parasailing, surfing and swimming off Mexico’s lovely beaches and dive among the coral reefs off Cozumel.
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Mexico: A Multisport Adventure on the Yucatan Peninsula 10% off.
Cycling on flat paved and unpaved roads. Walks through ruins and jungle paths. Explore Mayan archaeological sites with guides. Snorkel and swim in clear freshwater grottoes and warm beaches.

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CAD 3595 - 3995 / Per person
Bicycle Touring
Duration: 8 days
Season: January - December

Phil Ritson - Mel Sole Golf School in Mexico
Golf school in Mexico includes instruction, accommodations, breakfast and green fees. Only for $240 per person for 1 day school (3.5 hours of instruction).
USD 240 - 595 / Per person
Sport Camps
Season: January - December

Mexico: Yucatan and Quintana Roo Trip
The Yucatan peninsula is populated with the gentle, friendly descendants of a fascinating Mayan culture!
USD 2865 - 2995 / Per person
Scuba Diving
Duration: 8 days
Season: January - March

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Mexico Travel Stories
Mexico's Copper Canyon: Adventure and Discovery A lot has happened in Mexico's Copper Canyon area since it pyroclastic origin some twenty five million years ago. Great mountains rose in a fiery display of smoke and ash. Torrents of rain and wind, cut deep slashes in the raising igneous colossus that we now know as the Sierra Madre, to form immense canyons. Some eleven or twelve thousand years ago, the first humans arrived, migrating bands of... Read more >>>