Discovering a foreign country contains several difficult aspects to grasp for a traveller in a short period of time. To get the most out of your trip to Mexico, follow a guide!
Personally, I rarely choose to travel with a guide, mainly for financial reasons. But every time I have allowed myself this small extra, it has been without regret, because I got my money's worth. You really learn a lot more with a guide, no details are missed.
Whether you are the type of traveller who is disorganised and independent or rather well organised, you will enjoy the benefits of a trip with a guide, he can accompany you occasionally or for the whole time.
Travelling with a French-speaking guide is an excellent way to learn everything about the culture of the country visited as well as offering you security, access thanks to his language and knowledge of the local culture. In addition, it's the best way to get off the beaten track, your guide is passionate about Mexico and has a wealth of knowledge about the country, he can suggest activities to you which don't often appear in the paper guides.
Rio Lagartosnatural reserve
You won't have much choice travelling with a guide or not, because the visit takes place on a boat, but it's to your advantage. The guides are specialists, they know the area perfectly.
The historic site is spectacular, but a simple visit there won't transfer the elements necessary to clearly understand the ancient history hidden behind this site.
This enormous city of nearly 30 million inhabitants is impressive and can be scary for anyone who has to stay there! Discover its historical wealth, accompanied by a local guide is indisputably ideal.
Whether you choose to discover its white sandy beaches, its ancient history, its native traditions or its contemporary politics, whatever your interest for discovering Mexico, you will find the perfect guide to meet your needs. Without doubt, your private guide will be a huge advantage and will make your discovery easier. Don't hesitate to do business with a local French-speaking guide during your trip to the Mayas region.