The highest mountain in Mexico, the Citlaltépet, peaks at 18,400 ft and is a natural highlight, surrounded by volcanic lands and craters.
Mexico is divided into 31 states, one of them lending its name to a spicy sauce. Tabasco borders the Gulf of Mexico and is mostly covered in swamps.
Quintana Roo, a state along the Caribbean coast, is particularly spectacular. Dense rain forests, with characteristic biodiversity, grow almost all the way down to the pearly white beaches.
Further towards the center you will get to México state, in the north of which you can visit a fabulous ruined city.
Bordering the USA in the north, Chihuahua is the biggest Mexican state. The gigantic high plateau descends towards the west and becomes the Chihuahua desert further north.
If you want to cross the beautiful landscape of this country, be sure to fill up your rental car, because this massive chunk of land has a lot to offer.
The north-western state, Baja California, has an area of roughly 41,000 square miles, a considerable part of which is covered in vineyard producing delicious wine of exceptional quality.
Sometimes to capture these perfect pictures you will need to drive off the beaten path, so be sure your rental car comes equipt with GPS.
The culinary variety of Mexican cuisine is almost legendary. Aztec, French, Caribbean, and Spanish influences combine to a tasty adventure that will leave you begging the chef for his recipe.
However much time you have to spend here: Mexico won’t bore you and you will return home with countless memories of natural wonders, Latino hospitality, and mystical history. Book your rental car in Mexico today!