The country boasts 67 national parks and 41 biosphere reserves. Among Mexico's deserts, rivers and mountains, you'll find more than 5,000 miles of coastline and one of the world's longest underwater cave systems. Check out some of our favorite spots below.
Note: Some of these destinations may be under travel warning because of the Zika virus. It's important to check your destination on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's website for applicable guidance before booking a trip.
Oh, it's nothing -- just your average blue-water sinkhole. There are thousands of them on the Yucatan Peninsula.
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City
The masterwork known as "The Palace" is a venue for the Ballet Folklorico of Mexico.
The pyramids of Teotihuacan
They're massive -- and just a few of Mexico's many ancient archaeological sites.
The underwater river in Cenote Angelita
It's both a geological wonder and scuba diver's dream.
San Miguel de Allende
The city traces its history to the silver trade of the 1500s, and there are lots of rooftop bars.
The snorkeling is perfection at this island off Cancun.
With art galleries and ample bodegas, this is the perfect surf town for people who don't actually surf.
What anyone would give to be in that water right now (and don't forget the ancient ruins).
Agua Azul Waterfalls
Three rivers meet in the jungle to produce these turquoise wonders.
The "Frozen Waterfalls" of Hierve El Agua
These natural mineral springs in Oaxaca accumulated over thousands of years.