Mexico is a beautiful country located in the southern end of North America. It is covered by Gulf of Mexico from east, to the southeast lies Belize, Guatemala and the Caribbean Sea, to the north by the United States and to the south and west is the huge Pacific Ocean. It has an approximate area of 2,000,000 square kilometers making it the 13th largest country in the world and 5th largest state in the America. It is the 11th populous state with an estimated population of 120 million people. Two of the famous mountain ranges cross the country from north to south. They are also popular as Sierra Madre Oriental and Sierra Madre Occidental. They are an extension of Rocky Mountains situated in northern end of North America.
Playa del Carmen:
Playa del Carmen is a beautiful city situated in the state of Quintana Roo in the municipality of Solidaridad along the Caribbean Sea. It has become a popular and favorite tourist area in eastern Mexico. Due to its geographical location in the Maya River which runs from Cancun in the south to Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve, it features a number of tourist activities. It is an ideal location for many television shows as well as the center of PGA golf tournaments. Every year the town hosts a number of events of which the largest is the BPM Festival. This is a famous electronic dance music festival which takes place in January every year. The town is well known for its turquoise waters, a bohemian vibe and white sand beaches.
Copper Canyon consists of six distinct and definit canyons in the southwestern part of Chihuahua State in the Sierra Madre Occidental in Mexico. These canyons were created by six rivers that fall into the western side of the Sierra Tarahumara. All these six rivers combine into the Rio Fuerte and finally empty into the Gulf of California. The name of the canyon originated from the walls which are in copper/green color. The mountainous regions of Copper Canyon have average temperatures from March to April and October to November. The bottom of the canyons is warm and humid and stays like this whole year round. During the warmest months the canyon experiences a drought from April till June with little rainfall in July.
The land of Los Cabos is also known as “Land’s End” for its location at the tip of southern Baja California Peninsula. It is a magical land comprised of mountains, deserts and breathtaking seas. Any person will be easily appealed by its biodiversity, matchless natural beauty and variety of amenities. Los Cabos is made up of two towns, Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo which are away from each other by a 20 mile corridor. Los Cabos offers number of possibilities like snorkeling, soaking up local culture, rock climbing or relaxing on a beach. It is a favorite vacation spot for Hollywood celebrities and also one of the busiest spot for private aviation.
Isla Cozumel is situated along the eastern end of Yucatan peninsula in the Caribbean Sea. The island is 16 km wide and 48 km long with an estimated total area of 477.961 km2. It is the largest Caribbean Island in Mexico and third largest island after Isla Angel de la Guarda and Tiburon Island. The island has Koppen climate classification and tropical climate with little monsoon climate. From February to April the island has dry season with little precipitation whereas from September to October the island experiences wet climate. The economy of Isla Cozumel is mainly tourism, scuba diving and snorkeling.