What to Pack for Mexico – Cities to Beaches
What to Pack for Mexico
Mexico City to Cancun Style Guide: 6 Pieces = 6 Ways!
Mexico is one of the biggest and most culturally rewarding countries in the world. From metropolitan cities and a delectable cuisine to colonial towns and picture perfect beaches, Mexico has it all. Many travelers use either Mexico City or Cancun as their starting off point to discover Central America.
If you’re wondering what to pack for Mexico, it’s relatively easy to pack a simplistic travel wardrobe when traveling through the country. With the exception of San Cristobal in the south which gets extremely cold, overall the country has an idyllic climate making it easy to pack light for your trip. Check out the 8 Piece Travel Essentials Packing List!
I met Deanne Ballard, the ultimate Minimalista in Merida, traveling with just a day pack and four pieces of clothes! Depending on the time of year you visit Mexico, you may want to add a jacket and a cardigan to your bag for chilly nights.
For those of you making Mexico the highlight of your journey and you want to know what to bring to Mexico, here are six easy “Essentials” style travel outfits using six clothing items to take you on the loop from Mexico City to Cancun.
The stops on this Mexico itinerary include:
Mexico City – I call it the “London” of the South!
Oaxaca – Famous for its unique eats: mole and crickets
Puerto Escondido – Surfer’s paradise
Merida – Charming colonial town with unique Mayan cuisine
Chichen Itza – One of the 7 Wonders of the World
Playa del Carmen – Cosmopolitan beach paradise and a great place to end any trip! (only 40 min from Cancun)
Hope you liked the travel outfit ideas about what to pack for Mexico! If you want to learn more about these destinations, check out my travel experience in Mexico at WanderlustandtheGirl.com or check out the awesome and informative official Mexico Tourism Board website: Visit Mexico for full details.
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