Why do you think the prices of travel destinations and cruises vary from month to month? It boils down to that no one wants to visitAlaskaduring winter, and because the tourist season is almost always in the good weather months in any given area. The whole tourism industry depends upon weather and seasonality. Most of the places around the world just have a few months which are great from a tourism standpoint, but there are few places like Mexico that are open for business all 12 months of the year!

Of course,Mexicois a big country with many travel destinations – beach, city, adventure, deserts and so forth, and thus the weather will vary from place to place and season to season.

MexicoCity is a great destination because it has beautiful climate all year round. Evenings in the city are usually cool and thus provide a great night life. But if you do not enjoy the rain, avoid June, July, August and September. Even then, the rains are heavy only in the afternoon, and the mornings and evenings are great!

If you want a beach vacation, especially near theGulf of Mexico, you are probably a lover of the sun. Come toMexicofor a perfect tan because afternoons are really hot and humid. If you go further towards theCaribbeanbeaches, it is a typical tropical climate of rains in the afternoon during summer but pleasant otherwise.

But if you are not a beach person and want to have some desert adventure,Mexicohas theSonoranDesertfor you to explore. As is the case with any desert, it is typically hot during the day, but cools down quite a bit at night.

AlthoughMexicoenjoys an overall great climate, there is obviously variation from place to place. Thus, it is highly advisable to check on the local conditions before you plan any travel.

If you want a quiet, relaxing beach destination, not far from the USwest coast border, head to Puerto Penasco. Rent a villa or buy a weekend condo right by the beach on the Seaof Cortezat Laguna Shores Resort and enjoy a Mexican vacation! Visit us at http://lagunashoresresort.com/ for more details.