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Population – 106.4 million, Area – 758,449 sq miles (1,959,248 sq km), Currency – Mexican Peso (MXN; symbol M$) = 100 centavos, Flight times – Flight times to and from US-Cities to Mexico's capital vary from 2-6 hours, depending on how far north you are traveling from. Flight times to Cancun are 4-8 hours; Flight times to Puerto Vallarta and Baja (e.g. La Paz, Los Cabos) 1-4 hours, Cities – Mexico City (capital), Guadalajara, Monterrey, Acapulco, Cancún, Time Zone – Mexico uses three time zones; most of the country uses Central Standard Time; the states of Chihuahua, Nayarit, Sonora, Sinaloa and Baja California Sur use Mountain Standard Time and Baja California Norte uses Pacific Standard Time, Weather – Dry season (from late November to early June) and the rainy season (from June to November), Languages – Spanish is the official language (spoken by more than 90%), English is widely spoken, 8% speak indigenous languages, of which Nátinate is most common, Religion – 89% Roman Catholic, 5% Protestant and 6% other denominations, Electricity - 110 volts AC, 60Hz. American two-pin (flat) plugs are usual.


Mexico is a land with a vibrant, colorful and unique nature with varied terrain ranging from cactus-studded deserts to the white sandy beaches and blue waters, tropical rainforest and jungle-clad hills to steep rocky canyons and narrow gorges, and from snow-capped volcano peaks to bustling cities. Located in the Central America, bordering the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, between Belize and the US and bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Guatemala and the US


Spanish is the official language. As many as 100 Native American languages are still spoken in Mexico, but no single alternative language prevails. Eighty percent of those Mexicans who speak an indigenous language also speak Spanish. The most important of the Native American languages is Nahuatl. It is the primary language of more than a million Mexicans and is spoken by nearly one-fourth of all Native Americans in the country


Mexico City is the center of government, business and culture in Mexico. Over one-fifth of Mexico's population works lives and plays here. The city never seems to sleep and the omnipresent energy is one of the big attractions of this metropolis.



The phenomenon of Medical Tourism is rapidly spreading around the globe and for many people in the US; Mexico has long been their destination of choice for medical care thanks to the high standard and low cost of the treatments available there.


Medical and Dental Tourists from the United States, Canada & Western Europe vacation in Mexico to saving money on treatments which otherwise is difficult to obtain or too expensive. Reasons mainly are unbearably long waiting periods for government health services, prohibitively high cost of procedures or lack of Insurance coverage.


Mexico presents an ideal location for dental and cosmetic surgeries. A steady flow of US citizens passes through the border to one of the highest densities of dental practices on earth. Lower costs and a large number of US qualified practitioners make for a hard to turn down saving over the prices north of the border. Cosmetic surgeons can also offer lower costs than their northern counterparts with some practices offering recuperation accommodation away from the bustle of busy urban centers.


Mexico has long been a destination also for those wishing to save on prescription medications. Like Canada, many medications that are high priced in the United States can be acquired in Mexico for a fraction of the price. Mexico's hospitals are similarly ranked to those in the U.S. according to the World Health Organization. A majority of Mexican hospitals are clean and modern with a large amount of private rooms. Physicians in Mexico are often known for their level of personal care and interaction with their patients, and will be happy to talk with you about any of your concerns about your treatment



Mariachis from Guadalajara are the traditional Mexican musicians with their black velvet dress, and unmistakable large Mariachi hats. Mariachis play melodies and sing traditional Mexican folk songs, usually in plazas, at parties, restaurants, weddings, birthday celebrations etc.


Another great Mexican product and one of Mexico's most successful exports - Tequila - also began life in Guadalajara. Tequila is made from the Blue Maguey plant and, not surprisingly, Guadalajara is still one of the main Tequila producing areas in Mexico today


Outside of the major cosmopolitan cities, families are still generally large. The extended family is as important as the nuclear family since it provides a sense of stability. Mexicans consider it their duty and responsibility to help family members both financially and physically. Families are extremely traditional, with the father as the head, the authority figure and the decision-maker.


Mexican society and business are highly stratified and vertically structured. Mexicans emphasize hierarchical relationships. People respect authority and look to those above them for guidance and decision-making. Rank is important, and those above you in rank must always be treated with respect. This makes it important to know which person is in charge, and leads to an authoritarian approach to decision-making and problem- solving.



Mexico City has a feast of experiences waiting for you to enjoy and savor. From a world-famous archaeology park to a world-class zoo and everything in-between - you'll find it in Mexico City.


The Cathedral and buildings centered the main plaza, are an excellent example of modern colonial architecture blending in with the old world. Within an hour of Monterrey, you'll find some stunning ecological attractions too, including caves, waterfalls and, of course, the majestic and famous Sierra Madre mountain range which flanks this important Mexican city


The city's main square, Plaza Makro, is one of the largest in the world. There are several museums in Monterrey, including the famous museum of contemporary art. Monterrey is also home to the country's top University - Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey

The choice of restaurants here is immense: whatever food you like or want to experience - you can in Mexico City. The City has a feast of experiences waiting for you to enjoy and savor, from a world-famous archaeology park to a world-class zoo and everything in-between.


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