Mexico is a traveller's paradise: desert landscapes, snow-capped volcanoes, ancient ruins, teeming industrialised cities, time-warped colonial towns, glitzy resorts, lonely beaches and a world-beating collection of flora and fauna.
It's hot and humid along the coastal plains on both sides of the country, but inland, at higher elevations such as Guadalajara or Mexico City, the climate is much drier and more temperate. The hot, wet season is May to October, with the hottest and wettest months falling between June and September over most of the country. The low-lying coastal areas receive more rainfall than elevated inland regions. December to February are generally the coolest months, when north winds can make inland northern Mexico decidedly chilly, with temperatures sometimes approaching freezing.
Rancho la Puerta - Tecate, Baja California
Founded 65 years ago on pristine ranchland by the Szekely family, Rancho La Puerta is a 3,000-acre paradise for exercisers, hikers, nature-lovers, and anyone who loves a quiet unpretentious getaway. Located about an hour’s drive from downtown San Diego, the Ranch boasts a low-humidity mountain climate that is sunny year-round. Guests rave about the organic gardens, landscaping, private casitas, change-your-life fitness program, evening entertainment, learning workshops, and world-class spa centers offering expert treatments. “The Ranch” is truly the original destination fitness resort & spa!