Mexico, a country portraits all of the considered beauties of our nature. The country boasts 67 national parks and 41 biosphere reserves.

Among Mexico\’s deserts, rivers and mountains, you\’ll find more than 5,000 miles of coastline and one of the world\’s longest underwater cave systems.

Let\’s see what we got in the bag?
First, i will move to the PRETTIEST beaches to wander in Mexico🇲🇽.
•La Punta
La Punta is located on the Pacific coast in the state of Oaxaca. If you\’re budget backpacking like us, then you\’ ll bus it from either Mexico City or the south in Chiapas. It is considered to be the best beach for the surfers! If you are a huge fan of surfing this place is calling your heart. 
The St. Regis Punta Resort is one of another reason to visit there. One of the most recommended resort for which you can pour your heart out.
•Playa Carrizalillo
Playa Carrizalillo is without a doubt one of the most beautiful beaches in Puerto Escondido. Located west of Zicatela. Featuring a secluded cove filled with lively beach bars, vibrant umbrellas, and swaying coconut palms along the shoreline! 

Next up we have more places rather than beaches, continue reading with me!
• Pyramid Of The Sun

The Pyramid of the Sun is the largest building in Teotihucán, and one of the largest in Mesoamerica, and this was built about 100 CE! Amazing place to visit for historical lovers!(just like me♡). Isn\’t this great?
• Cancún Underwater MUSEUM 
Gosh, you got to be kidding me. Never seen such a wonder before!

The Cancún Underwater Museum is a non-profit organization based in Cancún, Mexico devoted to the art of conservation. The only way to explore this beauty is by \” Scuba Diving \”. This could be your dream come true! (At least for me:) 

•Ik Kil
This is a type of nature\’s swimming pool! Ik Kil is a cenote outside Piste in the Tinúm Municipality, Yucatán, Mexico.

It is open for swimming. This place has all safety measures including showers, lockers to keep your belongings safe, toilets and cafes too! The cenote is beautiful itself but sometimes very full of people. If you arrive early there you can enjoy other cenotes!(pro tip).

Coming out from water to land for a bit 😉
• Palacio de Bellas Artes
Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of fine arts) is a prominent cultural center in Mexico City. 

It has also hosted notable events in Music, Dance, Theatre, Opera and Literature in Mexico and has held important exhibitions of paintings, sculptures and photography. 
Ticket Price – MX$ 30-70 
Here we come to an end!



  1. Beautiful country 👌


  2. Eye catching 😍


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