Mexico

UNEARTH ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS

Mexico has it all; two stretches of sublime coastline, tumbling hilltop colonial towns, dreamy beaches and remains of glorious Aztec empires. Meanwhile, Mexico City is making waves with a heady mix of creative restaurants and boutique hotels. We can take you off-road to secret beach towns and through the jungle to hidden cenotes – just say the word

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MEXICO OVERVIEW

SPLENDOUR IN THE SAND

From Cancun, the resort laden Riviera Maya stretches along the Yucatan coast to the hippy town of Tulum, reminiscent of Ibiza in its early years - sandy bars, disco balls and an achingly cool crowd. We would recommend staying in the tranquility of a private villa in the lush vegetation and immaculate beach front of the Sian Ka’an reserve twenty minutes away from the town.

CULTURE

ARTISTIC INHERITANCE

The colonial cities surrounding the capital illustrate the country’s architectural splendour. Explore San Miguel de Allende’s art scene and baroque architecture whilst Guanajuato offers local crafts markets and splendid archaeological museums. The more rugged scenery of the country’s Pacific coast is where some of Mexico’s most exclusive properties sit above golden beaches. Seek out the the small fishing town of Sayulita where a new wave of bohemia is paving the way for those who yearn to be barefoot and adhere to nothing but the sounds of surf.

CULTURE

ARTISTIC INHERITANCE

The colonial cities surrounding the capital illustrate the country’s architectural splendour. Explore San Miguel de Allende’s art scene and baroque architecture whilst Guanajuato offers local crafts markets and splendid archaeological museums. The more rugged scenery of the country’s Pacific coast is where some of Mexico’s most exclusive properties sit above golden beaches. Seek out the the small fishing town of Sayulita where a new wave of bohemia is paving the way for those who yearn to be barefoot and adhere to nothing but the sounds of surf.

ICONIC MEXICO

ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS

Head west to the Campeche state and stay in romantic 18th century haciendas that wrap themselves in and around colonial Mayan architecture and overgrown ruins. Visit the nearby, pristine archaeological site of Edzna in the early morning with a private guide, avoiding the crowds that journey from Cancun, and after a day's exploring, return to candlelit dinners in the beautiful gardens of your hacienda.

DISCOVER

NATURAL BEAUTY & VERSATILITY

Hop across the water to Baja California where hotels have undergone a sophisticated revamp after the dishevelment caused by Hurricane Odile. We are more inclined to avoid glitzy Cabo San Lucas, instead opting for whale watching whilst staying in luxury tents, or swimming with sea lions on the island of Espiritu Santo. Mexico’s versatility means that we can curate some unforgettable experiences at any time of year.

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