Mexico is a holiday destination for people from the USA and, increasingly, other countries as it has a land border with it. You’ve probably seen lots of films shot in Mexico and on its US border. It’s surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, so there’s plenty of opportunities for swimming, lazing on a beach fringed by palm trees or do water sports, such as surfboarding and snorkelling.
Mexico has a diverse landscape with jungles, volcanoes topped with snow, deserts with a plethora of cacti, beautiful sandy beaches, mountains and cloud forests.
It’s a famous place for seeing the Monarch butterfly as there’s the Monarch Butterfly Reserve. This is a World Heritage site.
You can visit Naica and see spectacular giant crystals, visit the macabre Island of the Dolls, which is full of dolls hanging from trees, with lost limbs and heads, most of them decomposing. This can be found 17 miles from the centre of Mexico City, in the district of Xochimilco.
If you don’t relish the idea of this macabre spectacle, visit some of the Mayan pyramid of Kukulcan, located at Chich'en Itza. There is a legend that says that at the spring and autumn equinox, Quetzalcoatl, the god which is a serpent with feathers, visits the pyramid and so ensures that the area will have an abundant harvest. A 2 and-a-half-hour drive away from the resort of Cancun, this pyramid is one of the must-see sites in Mexico.
If you can, visit the state of Chiapas, bordering Guatemala, and experience a different culture, which is a far cry from that of Mexico City, Mexico’s capital. In Chiapas you can visit the huge rainforest of Lacondón. It will take your breath away!
For culture vultures, there are many museums in Mexico City to visit as well as art galleries. Wear flat shoes and take bottled water.
Facts about Mexico:
• Mexico is a great place to experiment with the art of coliving!
• Take care if you go wandering around in Mexico’s jungles; they are home to the jaguar, which is the biggest wild cat in the whole of North America.
• The Mexico-US border is the second longest in the world. The longest is the US- Canada border.
• The world’s smallest dog, the Chihuahua, is named after the Mexican state which lies on the US border.
Finding affordable housing in Mexico can be tough, especially in cities with high rent prices. One solution that many people turn to is communal living with shared spaces and roommates. This can be a cost-effective way to have a private room while still being able to afford rent in a desirable location. There are a few different options for finding a shared living arrangement in Mexico. One option is to look for a private room for rent in a coliving home. This can be a good option for people who want some privacy, but still want to be part of a community. Another option is to look for a shared room, where you'll be sharing a bedroom with one or more roommates. This can be more affordable, as you'll only be responsible for paying for your own bed. The downside is that you'll have less privacy, as you'll be sharing a bedroom with others. You can find both accommodation options on Coliving.com. We can help you find a compatible roommate based on your preferences and lifestyle. Some hosts do background checks and eviction history checks to ensure that the roommates you're living with are trustworthy individuals. When looking for a shared living arrangement, it's important to do your due diligence and make sure that you're comfortable with the living arrangement and the people you'll be living with.
Coliving is a new trend amongst millennials for renting shared apartments. Whether you're moving to Mexico for work or just looking for a new apartment, coliving in Mexico is a good way to save money and live with like-minded people. Co-living places people from different backgrounds together and encourages them to interact, collaborate and form new friendships. When compared to dorms, coliving is much more attractive, since it's relatively inexpensive, all-inclusive and allows you to rent a furnished room with an individual lease.
Looking for an affordable and social housing option in Mexico? Consider coliving, a trend in shared apartment rentals that brings together individuals from diverse backgrounds to live, work, and form new friendships. Coliving in Mexico is a cost-effective alternative to dorms, offering furnished rooms with individual leases and all-inclusive pricing.
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