Mexico is a land of unending contradictions. Ritzy hotels tower over ramshackle buildings and burrows attached to rickety carts plod alongside express highways.
This extreme diversity is perhaps Mexico’s biggest enticement, and a smorgasbord of attractions beckons cruisers to its shores. Hi-rise hotels and crystal-white beaches wrangle for vacationers’ attention, and the ocean surf and the swaying hammock are the predominant destinations for many people.
More serious travelers know that the character of Mexico lies in the rugged villages that speckle its mountains, jungles and countryside. Despite rampant modernization, there are still more than 50 distinct indigenous peoples with their own customs. Collectible folk art and the breathtaking remains of ancient civilizations are testaments of these cultures.
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