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The Copper Canyon

Deep in the Tarahumara Mountains in Mexico’s north-west state of Chihuahua, the breathtaking Copper Canyon (“Barranca del Cobre”) covers close to 65,000 km² of rugged mountains, forests and canyons.

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Cultural, Historic or World Heritage Site

Chichen Itza

Latin America’s most famous pre-Colombian ruin, the temple complex of Chichen Itza lies 75 miles east of Merida and is the most popular Mayan site on the Yucatan Peninsula.

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Palenque

Ancient pyramids cloaked in jungle that rise above the forest canopy through swirling mist - welcome to Palenque, Mexico’s most beautiful Mayan site! Palenque was discovered by the outside world in 1773 by Don Ramon de Ordoñez y Aguilar within the foothills of the Tumbala mountains long after being abandoned by the Maya.

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San Miguel and Colonial Towns

North of Mexico City, the gold and silver mines of El Bajio region filled the coffers of the Spanish crown and left behind some of the country’s most beautiful, colonial towns. Among the prettiest is San Miguel de Allende, founded in 1541 and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its baroque architecture.

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Directors Choice Destinations

Palenque

Ancient pyramids cloaked in jungle that rise above the forest canopy through swirling mist - welcome to Palenque, Mexico’s most beautiful Mayan site! Palenque was discovered by the outside world in 1773 by Don Ramon de Ordoñez y Aguilar within the foothills of the Tumbala mountains long after being abandoned by the Maya.

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Casa de Sierra Nevada San Miguel and Colonial Towns

The Casa de Sierra Nevada is the height of boutique luxury in San Miguel de Allende, a cluster of 16th century colonial mansions at the heart of the city, a short stroll to the cathedral and main square.

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The Copper Canyon

Deep in the Tarahumara Mountains in Mexico’s north-west state of Chihuahua, the breathtaking Copper Canyon (“Barranca del Cobre”) covers close to 65,000 km² of rugged mountains, forests and canyons.

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Honeymoon

Riviera Maya

The famous Riviera Maya is Mexico’s most popular tourist destination, a golden stretch of coastline lapped by sparkling Caribbean waters that runs 300 km south from Cancun towards the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve.

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Rail Journey

El Chepe Express

Running almost 673km from the Pacific Port of Los Mochis to the industrial hub of Chihuahua, Mexico’s “Chihuahua al Pacifico” Railroad (“el Chepe”) is one of Latin America’s great rail journeys and a magnificent feat of engineering.

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Wildlife

Baja California

Jutting down from the northwest corner of Mexico, the bony finger of Baja California runs 760 miles south from the US border to the golden beaches and pounding surf of Cabo San Lucas. Although on average only 25 miles wide, Baja California is a remarkable haven of marine life.

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