Mexico Holidays

Currency: Mexican Peso. The US dollar is widely accepted.

Time Difference: Mexico GMT - 6

Visa: No visa required for Irish passport holders. If visiting or transiting through the USA please check.

Vaccinations: No compulsory vaccinations. However, Hepatitis A, Tetanus, Polio and Typhoid are recommended. Malaria tablets are recommended for some parts of the country. Please consult your GP before travelling.

Cheap Holidays To Mexico

Discover the fascinating world of Mexico. There are several hidden treasures just waiting to be explored. Ancient Aztec pyramids, authentic foods and fantastic shopping. Whether you're looking to visit past civilizations or simply lie on the beach and work on your golf game... Mexico can accommodate.

A passionate celebration for life, Mexico is a country of countries. From the glorious metropolis of Mexico City to the tropical jungles of Chiapas, a visit to Mexico is a voyage through the living veins of a fascinating country. Cancun is a lively resort with spectacular white sand beaches and a variety of restaurants and bars whilst 80 miles south is Tulum, which is a lot quieter.

To wedding or honeymooners it is the perfect romantic getaway to start life together. To outdoor sports enthusiasts, Cancun is the perfect place to catch some great waves, go parasailing or dive in the clear blue ocean

 Cozumel remains a serene, quiet and undiscovered piece of paradise although it is actually the largest inhabited. The combination of natural beauty and visitor amenities rivals any Caribbean island destination. Until recent years, Cozumel was known mainly as a popular port-of-call for cruise ship passengers and not much else. That has begun to change, however, as more and more visitors discover the stunning natural beauty of Cozumel.

This mix of modern and traditional, clichéd and surreal, is the key to Mexico's charm, whether your passion is throwing back margaritas, listening to howler monkeys, surfing the Mexican Pipeline, scrambling over Mayan ruins or expanding your collection of posable Day of the Dead skeletons.. Mexico has it all!


  • ‘El Rey’ Archaeological Site, civilizations of the US, inc the Mayas
  • Interactive Aquarium - In the open-air section you can touch sea urchins, stingrays, sea turtles, conchs and swim with dolphins
  • Folkloric Ballet - Take in a show by this famous dance ensemble performing regional dances and music from all over Mexico
  • Bullfights downtown, Plaza de Toros, every Wednesday at 3:30pm
  • Take a boat on the Nichupte Lagoon through the jungle
  • Amazing Sunset and night cruise


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