Mexico Trip Guide: Plan on Budget and Things to Know


“I was born in Mexico, I grew up in Mexico, and along the way, I learned to love Mexico. I think anyone who has stepped foot on this land – not to mention all Mexican people – will agree that it’s not difficult to love Mexico.” – Emiliano Salinas

 

Are you planning to land in Mexico for your next family tour? Well, then this Mexico travel guide has got a lot of information covered for you. From planning a tour on a budget to learning a few facts about Mexico, we have you covered.

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Mexico – The land of Mariachi and Margaritas

When talking about Mexico, people often think of tortillas, tacos, tequila, burritos, and a wide variety of chocolates. But Mexico is something more than that.

It may interest you to know that Mexico is the only country speaking up to 69 languages and serves as a home to the world’s most enormous pyramid ever made. Not only this, Mexico has got the most significant number of taxis or cabs globally.

Think what can be more exciting than napping on a beach and drinking margaritas just for $1? Does it make you plan for Mexico? Vamos! And find out how to plan on a budget.

 

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A trip guide for Mexico on budget

Before planning a cost-effective trip to Mexico, ensure you have ample knowledge about the country offering you different facilities. For instance – know about the various accommodation options, cheap modes of commuting, and so on.

Talking about transportation, the luxury buses may lure you at once, but we suggest settling for minivans if you are on a tight budget. They are affordable thus the first choice of every traveler.

When talking about accommodation, frequent travelers often prefer timeshare deals on plush resorts like Hacienda Del Mar or others. However, they are fantastic to experience luxury and comfort but may take a toll on your pocket. Relax if you have already purchased one.

You can get rid of Hacienda Del Mar Timeshare deal anytime you want. All you need is to join hands with a timeshare exit company, and you are done. Instead, go for hotels offering dorm beds, which will likely cost you $10-$15 per night.

All in all, keeping 1000 pesos in your pocket is enough to give you good dining and transportation exposure for sure.

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What to know about Mexico?

That’s a must if you are traveling here for the first time. Know the language and safety aspects. The country speaks Spanish, which often sounds like a DUH moment for most foreigners. Although 40% of people speak English in Mexico, there is no harm in mugging up a few basic Spanish phrases. 

 

Mode of transportation

The standard modes of communication include – bus, taxi/uber, Colectivo, car hire services, airplane, subway, etc. Out of all, the local buses are the cheapest way to roam different villages and towns. In most cities of Mexico, the traditional buses are now replaced with microbuses offering a better transportation experience. 

Note – The mode of transportations may vary post-pandemic.

 

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