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Best Destinations to Visit in Mexico in 2022

Winters can be cruel, and when you want relief from the cold and excruciating weather, there’s no better place than Mexico. For most people, Mexico is just a short plane ride away and there are so many destinations to visit in Mexico in 2022. 

Mexico has an ideal collection of beaches, nice welcoming cities, and a lot more. Once you visit Mexico, there’s no limit as to what you can do. 

Best Places to Visit in Mexico 2022

Whatever kind of traveler you may be, you’ll find something to do there. Mexico has no limit on landscapes, culture, and so much more. If you’re planning to go somewhere in 2022, visit Mexico. Here’s what you can do in Mexico:

1. La Paz, Baja California

If you love secluded travel destinations, then La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur is the ideal spot. If you just want a place to yourself, then Baja should be number one on your list. There’s a lot of eco-tourism options available and you can do activities like kitesurfing, beach-hopping, and an amazing protected ecosystem that allows you to interact with local flora and fauna.

The best time to visit La Paz is between October and March as you’ll be able to spot Whales, Dolphins, sea lions, and even Whale Sharks. 

2. Mineral de Pozos, Guanajuato

Guanajuato is the perfect nature retreat and the hidden town of Mineral de Pozos is a great travel destination. The town is also known as “Ghost Town”.

In the olden days, the town was famous for its mining activities and industry. So, the houses built during that time are rustic and slightly abandoned. Regardless, the town of Mineral de Pozos has a lot of tourist attractions including craft beer breweries and exotic spas.

The buildings of the town are very well preserved, enough to transport into a completely new era. To reach this place, you can drive from CDMX, which will take you about 3-5 hours. 

3. Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary

If you visit Mexico during winters, then you may be able to experience Dia de Muertos. And the best possible reason to visit Mexico in winters is the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary.

Every winter season, thousands of butterflies migrate to Mexico. These butterflies form massive colonies that stay together till the spring, this way they can mate and reproduce away from their natural predators.

As you may have guessed, you have to be responsible for visiting the Monarch Butterfly sanctuary. Here are some of the sanctuaries that may be open to visitors:

  • Santuario de Piedra Herrada
  • Santuario La Mesa
  • Santuario El Rosario

4. The Edward James Sculpture Garden

Another great travel location in Mexico is the Edward James Sculpture Garden. Located in the northeastern part of Mexico, San Luis Potosi is a place full of brilliant attractions including waterfalls, lush vegetation, and beautiful towns. Out of all the attractions, the Edward James Sculpture Garden stands out on its own. 

Created by “Edward James” this is an exceptional work of art that exists within a myriad of buildings and natural rock formations. Over 150 people worked tirelessly for the creation of this garden. The distance from CDMX is 422 kilometers, but take our word the travel distance is worth your time. Keep in mind that children under the age of 12 aren’t allowed to enter the garden.

5. Real de Catorce, San Luis Potosí

Found on a desert plateau and one of the highest areas in Mexico, you would love Real de Catorce if you’re a fan of natural architecture. Its high point is the Ogarrio tunnel built-in 1901 as the entrance of the town. The local parish and the town museum should also be on your list during your visit. 

Every single monument has been in perfect condition since the Spanish Colonial times. Real de Catorce is the perfect place for those who love history and those who love local cuisines. The local barbecue is the best part about food in the area.

6. Val’Quírico, Tlaxcala

Also known as Mexican Tuscany, this is a housing development and a well-known tourist attraction near Santa Agueda. This is the ideal place to hang out with friends and family. The design is pretty much medieval and almost the whole town is designed with stone, wood, and brick which was inspired by Tuscany but it has significant elements of Mexican Culture. 

Take a bike ride, walk through the town square or take a horse ride, this town offers you anything you can ask for. A good time is a guarantee when you visit Val’Quírico, Tlaxcala.

7. Tulum, Quintana Roo

Tulum is probably one of the most well-known travel destinations in Mexico. Just 130 kilometers away from Cancun, Tulum is a beautiful town. With over 30,000 residents, the town is an amazing tourist destination. Both local and international tourists visit the place during the season. 

Tulum is famous for its beaches, cenotes, and incredible Mayan Ruins. Tulum has something for all kinds of travelers. You’ll have no trouble finding extra deluxe resorts that offer a 5-star experience and relaxing stay.

8. San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato

San Miguel de Allende is the capital of Guanajuato and it’s a brilliant tourist attraction in Mexico. The city has seen so much fame in recent times that it was named as the second-best city in the world by “Travel + Leisure” Magazine.

The location is home to some of the best art schools, offers access to some great exhibits which showcase both local and international artists. Some of the best locations to visit in San Miguel de Allende are:

  • Casa La Bohème
  • Fábrica La Aurora
  • Estudio de Santiago Cruz

9. San Cristóbal de las Casas

If you want a vacation in Mexico where you want to leave your daily hectic life behind, then San Cristobal de las Casas is the place to go. It’s one of the most populated cities in Chiapas, and here you’ll be able to eat amazing food and have an amazing shopping experience. 

If you want to go to an even more secluded area, then you should visit the Cascadas de Agua Azul. The unique color of the water you’ll find there is because of the mixture of several mineral salts. 

10. Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco

If you love nature, then this is the best place you can find. Puerto Vallarta is a beach resort on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, in the state of Jalisco. The beaches are stunningly beautiful and you can experience several water sports and nightlife. Plus, if you’re a fan of whale watching, then definitely visit this place. 

During winters, almost 600 humpback whales can be easily spotted from the coast, and if you may be lucky enough to get small boats to witness the whales up close.

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