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The Why, When, and How of Home Swapping in Mexico

A vacation to Mexico, the land of the Maya and Aztec, is a very worthwhile one. This country is one of the best places for a family trip, a group vacation or a romantic getaway. 

Why swap your home with Mexico 

Mexico is a country bursting with interesting culture and rich history. Its laidback local life offer tourists a taste of the Mexican way of life while its thriving cities won’t deprive tourists of Western restaurants, parties and night buzz. Again and again, you will fall in love with the beautiful tourist places, the colorful culture, the gastro-satisfying cuisines and the warm people of Mexico. 

Travel to Mexico has never been more affordable. There are budget hotels, villas, bed and breakfasts that will give you great value for your money. You can also do a home exchange, couch surf or live with locals through a homestay vacation scheme. 

How to get most of your Mexican Home Exchange 

From beaches of the Pacific coast to the beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, from the rippling richness of nature to historical temples of the Mayan world, your Mexican vacation will definitely be an experience you’ll never forget. 

We have listed the 5 top places you should never miss in your visit to Mexico:
  1. Puerto Vallarta. This famous coastal resort boasts one of Mexico’s most sophisticated oceanfronts. What’s more amazing is that even with its popularity, the place still maintains a local smalltown ambience. The dining establishments and hotels reflect more of the same – a cross between modern efficiency and local charm. Check Puerto Vallarta Home Exchange.
  2. Playa del Carmen. The vibrant sea life and amazing underwater caverns make Playa del Carmen a top dive destination. And after you’re done diving, you can tour Playa on land. Go exploring in the Mayan Village of Coba or the Jungle Place sanctuary. Playa del Carmen Home Exchange
  3. Tulum. Ancient Mayan ruins tower over the beautiful sea of the Caribbean. The walls formerly enclosing the city were the last structures built by the Mayans. Both luxury and budget travelers visit the place to witness the well-preserved Mayan ruins with the beautiful Caribbean Sea as the backdrop. Tulum Home Exchange
  4. Cozumel. This place is best known for its coral reefs, cruise boats and rich Mayan culture. This Yucatan Peninsula stays busy all year round with tourists and backpackers. Cozumel Home Exchange
  5. Acapulco. After relaxing on the beach all day, you can dance and party your night away in the city’s countless nightclubs. And your visit to Acapulco won’t be complete without witnessing professional cliff divers perform their jumps into the ocean. Acapulco Home Exchange
When is the best time to swap homes with Mexico 

Any time is a good time to be in Mexico. However, it really depends on what you want to do when you’re there. 
  • Weather. Some destinations are perfect during the summer, while others are best visited during other seasons. Although Mexico is considered by many as a hot and sunny country, the weather actually varies in different regions. If you want to enjoy the Mexican beaches, the best time to be there is between the months of October and May. November to January is the winter season, while June to November is considered to be the hurricane season.
  • Festivals. If you also want to be witness the country’s most celebrated festivals, then you’ve got to time your visit there during particular dates.
    • Day of the Dead – this festival is celebrated between the 31st November.
    • Radish Festival – celebrated every 23rd by carving elaborate designs on hundreds or thousands of radishes of December, craftspeople showcase their skills
  • Some months are also considered tourist season, so if you want to stay away from too much crowd and avoid seasonal inflated prices on hotels and restaurants, then the month of March is really not the best time to be there.

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