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There is no place like Mexico. Known around the world for its unique blend of picture-perfect beaches, eclectic culture, historical curiosities and of course its fiery food, this is a destination on everyone’s bucket list. And once you’ve been, you’ll want to return again and again!
The true definition of paradise. Mexico’s beaches are among some of the best in the world, with an abundance of diving opportunities and various watersports in its turquoise waters, or simply sunbathing and building sandcastles on its endless stretches of pristine shoreline.
Replicated the world over but never as good as the real thing. Visiting Mexico gives you the chance to try some of its most iconic and spiciest cuisines using the freshest local ingredients, traditionally cooked and served up in the most inspirational settings. Think tacos, enchiladas, huevos rancheros, burritos and so much more!
Culture & History
Mexico has a rich and vibrant culture dating back to its fascinating ancient Mayan and Aztec civilisations, and more recently its Spanish influences. From the food, arts, music and dance of its traditional customs to its archaeological marvels and diverse towns and cities, Mexico is a wonder for exploration and discovery.
Big City Life
Mexico boasts big, sprawling cities like Mexico City, Guadalajara and the border town of Tijuana, which are profuse with cultural festivals, historical sites and excellent dining scenes. While its beachside resort cities like Cancún, Tulum and Playa del Carmen along the Riviera Maya are tourist hubs for dynamic nightlife and relaxing daytime vibes.
The Bahamas are known for their picture-perfect beauty and impressive diversity, with an extraordinary tapestry of natural marvels waiting to be explored. From ethereal beaches to kaleidoscopic marine life, plunge into turquoise depths, discover coral reefs, and dance the night away as you immerse yourself in the vibrant rhythm of Bahamian culture. It’s an exhilarating fusion of relaxation and adventure that has something for everybody.
Picture-perfect beaches, with the backdrop of the stunning turquoise of the Atlantic, define the archipelago. The Bahamas are world-renowned for their powdery white sand beaches and hidden coves, and it’s hard not to be seriously impressed by its stunning stretches of coastline.
Diverse Marine Life
The Bahamas are renowned for diverse marine life, and so are a fantastic choice for those who want to try their hand at some snorkelling and diving. From vibrant coral gardens to the mesmerising blue holes, tropical fish, rays, and sharks, the archipelago has some incredible aquatic experiences.
Beyond the famous beaches lies a whole other realm of natural beauty. Explore lush landscapes, hidden blue holes, and the striking contrast of deep blue waters against extraordinary coral reefs. With diverse ecosystems and lush vegetation, it’s a nature-lover’s paradise.
Get into the Bahamian spirit when you dive into the Bahamas' lively culture - a spirited fusion of music, dance, and vibrant Bahamian flavours. From rhythmic Junkanoo parades to delicious conch delicacies, you can feel the warmth of the Bahamian people and culture, where every interaction stands as a celebration of the islands' rich cultural tapestry.
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Mexico & Bahamas FAQs
Mexico & Bahamas FAQs
Mexico & Bahamas FAQs
When planning your twin-centre holiday, bear in mind that the two countries can have varying climates.
For Mexico, one of the best times to visit is from December to April. You’ll find that the country boasts pleasant, dry weather, making it perfect for exploring historical sites, vibrant cities, and gorgeous coastlines. Temperatures range from the mid-20s to the low 30s, providing a welcome escape from the UK's winter chill. You'll also be avoiding hurricane season, which typically runs from June to November.
The Bahamas enjoys a tropical climate, making it a year-round destination, but its peak season is at a similar time of year. Temperatures will be warm, skies sunny, and you'll be able to explore the stunning beaches without the risk of hurricanes.
To avoid hurricane season, it's advisable to steer clear of both destinations between June and November when the risk of storms increases. Keep in mind that prices tend to be higher during the peak winter season, so if you're looking for a more budget-friendly option, consider visiting during the shoulder seasons - early December or late April/early May.
The time difference between the UK and Mexico will vary depending on the region you're in. In popular spots like Cancún or Mexico City, you’ll usually be 5 hours behind the UK. However, in some areas like Baja California, you can be as much as 7 hours behind. Mexico also has Daylight Saving Time, which can affect the time difference when the UK changes its clocks.
For the Bahamas, it's more consistent. The Bahamas follows Eastern Time, which is typically 5 hours behind the UK, but during the UK's Daylight Saving Time, can be 4 hours behind.
When planning your Mexico twin-centre holiday, bear in mind the Bahamas is 2 hours ahead of Mexico City.
If you’re leaving from the UK, you'll find a variety of international flight options from major airports such as London Heathrow Airport (LHR), London Gatwick Airport (LGW), Manchester Airport (MAN), and Birmingham Airport (BHX).
When it comes to the Mexican leg of your journey, Cancún International Airport (CUN) is a top choice, particularly if you're planning to explore Mexico's eastern coast, including the Riviera Maya and the Yucatan Peninsula. Cancún is well-connected to international flights, and direct flights from the UK are readily available, making it a convenient gateway to the Caribbean Coast of Mexico. Alternatively, Mexico City International Airport (MEX) is another option, with plenty of domestic flights connecting you to different parts of the country.
The most common way to travel between Mexico and the Bahamas is by air. There are typically no direct flights between these two destinations, so you’ll need to book separate flights for each leg of your journey. Typically, the best approach is to choose a flight route that connects through a major US city like Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or Atlanta. These cities serve as transit points, providing various flight options for connecting between Mexico and the Bahamas. The flight time will depend on your chosen destinations, but on average, a flight from a major Mexican city like Cancún to Nassau (the capital of the Bahamas), typically takes around 3 to 4 hours.
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You’ll be spoiled for choice on Mexico twin-centre holidays - it’s a diverse country filled with a wide range of attractions to suit different tastes. One of the most famous is, of course, Chichen Itza. This iconic Mayan archaeological site in the Yucatán Peninsula is a must-visit for history enthusiasts and those who are fascinated by ancient civilizations.
For a mixture of history and sightseeing, with chilled beach vibes thrown in for good measure, Tulum is a great place to visit. This coastal town has ancient Mayan ruins overlooking the turquoise waters of the Caribbean that make for incredible photos.
In Mexico, Oaxaca is a gorgeous colonial city that’s a haven for foodies and cultural explorers alike. Known for its vibrant markets, exquisite cuisine, and rich indigenous traditions, it’s well worth a visit for deep diving into Mexican culture.
Nature lovers and adventure seekers will love the breathtaking Copper Canyon in the Sierra Madre Occidental. It's a vast network of canyons deeper and wider than the Grand Canyon and is a great spot for hiking and exploring.
Mexico is also known for its mesmerising cenotes, which are natural sinkholes created by the collapse of cave systems. These crystal-clear, freshwater pools are scattered throughout the Yucatán Peninsula, and are incredible to swim, snorkel, or dive in.
Your Bahamas twin-centre holiday wouldn’t be complete without ticking off a few of the island’s must-see spots.
Nassau, the capital city of the Bahamas, is a bustling destination known for its colourful colonial-style buildings, bustling markets, and historic sites. If you’re into your history, it’s a great spot to learn more about the heritage of the island.
Nature enthusiasts will be enchanted by the Exuma Cays - this chain of idyllic islands has jaw-dropping beaches, clear blue waters, and the famous swimming pigs at Big Major Cay.
Andros Island is a rare unspoiled paradise that has vast coral reefs, blue holes, and lush national parks - if you’re into natural beauty, it’s an excellent destination for birdwatching, bonefishing, and other outdoor adventures.
Known for its pretty pink sand beaches, Harbour Island is a romantic destination that’s loved by couples and honeymooners. It has a laid-back, upscale ambiance, with boutique hotels and top-notch dining options, so it’s great if you’re looking for something special.
Mexican cuisine is celebrated worldwide for its explosion of flavour - and what better place to try it than in the birthplace?
First up is tacos, a quintessential Mexican dish which comes in numerous varieties. Try Tacos al pastor, with marinated pork, and tacos de carnitas, made with tender, slow-cooked pork. Another staple is, of course, guacamole, which tastes extra delicious here. Be sure to try ceviche, a refreshing seafood dish marinated in lime juice, mixed with cilantro, tomatoes, and onions. For a hearty meal, try mole - a rich sauce made from various ingredients like chocolate and chili peppers, often served with chicken or enchiladas. And for dessert, don’t forget to grab some churros. These fried dough pastries coated in sugar and cinnamon are simply mouth-watering.
Bahamian cuisine, on the other hand, is a delightful blend of tropical flavours and influences. Conch is a must-try, whether in a salad or fried as conch fritters. Bahamian macaroni and cheese is a comforting side dish that accompanies many meals, while seafood lovers will love the fried fish, which is often served with ‘Johnny cake’ - a Bahamian bread roll.
To satisfy your sweet tooth, try a guava duff, a dessert made from guava fruit and served with a buttery sauce.