Mexican culture doesn’t stop at margaritas and mariachi. With more than 60 different indigenous groups, global influences from Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, and civilizations that date back thousands of years, it’s a colorful and diverse place that can’t be easily defined. From rowdy, weeks-long fiestas to elegant colonial churches, ancient Maya temples and craft-brewing hipsters, Mexico offers endless variety.
In World Nomads’ latest guide, Mexico: Where Nomads Go, 8 travel writers share their first-hand accounts of the extraordinary things they discovered in Mexico.
These encounters in full and many more are available through WorldNomads.
World Nomads has 22 travel guides covering Iceland to Thailand, Australia to Argentina, but Mexico – Where Nomads Go is a departure from the usual format. Travel writers all over the world share their first-hand experiences of visiting Mexico, bringing to life the things they’ve seen, heard, tasted and felt.
Travel to Mexico does not come without risk and we encourage you to take precautions to ensure your safety. The US State Department lists Mexico as a Level 2 risk for the country overall advising “exercise increased caution” (the same as the UK and South Africa). Some parts of the country have Level 3 “reconsider your need to travel” and even Level 4 “Do not travel” advisories. Read the advice here. Be aware that travel contrary to official advice is likely to impact your travel insurance coverage.
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