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A riot of colour and a feast for the senses, Mexico is a cultural melting pot that cannot help but entice and enchant its visitors. The beach resort of Cancún is a coastal city on the Yucatan Channel that separates Mexico from the island of Cuba and is home to magnificent local architecture, frond-fringed beaches and sparkling seas. 

Mexico is an astoundingly eclectic country that welcomes LGBT+ travellers with open arms. In recent years, LGBT rights in Mexico have expanded, though tolerance of sexual diversity was prevalent in indigenous Mexican culture. For these reasons, and much more, it is a popular destination for many gay travellers. 

History & Culture

Mayan Mexico

Indulging your historical curiosity in a visit to the ancient Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza. Here you will see the Calendar Temple and ancient ball court where the Mayans played Pok Pok, a game in which players would try and bounce a ball through 20 foot hoops using only their feet or hips.
Having a day out at Xel-Ha where the sea meets the spring water making a beautiful environment for snorkelling, swimming and enjoying the scenery.


Los Cabos

Los Cabos is perfect for a stylish gay-friendly escape, spread over two coastal towns in Baja California Sur, Mexico: Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Come here to bask in the glorious sun or sail by the famous “El Arco” rock formation, then spend your nights sipping margaritas at restaurants or bars overlooking the ocean.

Its position between the contrasting desert and the of Sea of Cortez makes it one of the most unique places to visit.

Los Cabos is home to world class dining, epic night life, stunning hotels and a low-key but warm gay scene. It is the perfect gay friendly destination, where you can be like everyone else but still feel totally comfortable being yourself with your friends and partners. The sophisticated beach-resort culture and range of activities attracts gay visitors looking for a more luxurious holiday escape.

gay guys on the beach

Puerto Vallarta

Mexico’s No.1 destination is a beach-lovers paradise and home to great bars, a lively circuit scene and superb dining. It is safe, warm and welcoming – the perfect ingredients for a tropical escape.

This bustling city is nestled between Bahía de Banderas and the tropical forests of the nearby Sierra Madre mountains. It combines the best  beaches, ocean and mountain vistas, pacific sunsets, and handsome hombres, to create a truly memorable destination.

The Romantic Zone is just a few minutes’ walk from the gay beach of “Playa Los Muertos”. This mile-long beach stretches from the Cuale river and although busy, it offers plenty of space to sunbathe in one of the many beach clubs that line the seafront.

Life is a beach


Cancun is one of Mexico’s most popular destinations with sugar white sandy beaches and glittering turquoise waters.

Discover the best gay and gay-friendly places to party, play and stay in the Hotel Zone. Experience the rich culture and heritage of the Yucatan peninsula.

Cancun has a small but sexy gay scene located in the old town, world class archaeological sites for day trips and some of the most affordable resorts in the world. With 13 miles of beaches and 250 days of sunshine a year, Cancun will not disappoint! Swim in mystical water filled sinkholes (known as cenotes), explore ancient Mayan civilization and feast on delicious culinary offerings from street side tacos to authentic dishes from the Yucatan.

Cancun is separated into two parts, the “hotel zone” which is shaped like the number 7, and El Centro, also known as downtown Cancun. All of the bars and clubs in the hotel zone are gay-friendly and welcoming. 

Taste the difference


Tulum was a holiday-spot for the Mayan Kings, the original sun worshipers and their legacy can still be viewed today, right on the beach. 

Tulum is surrounded by beautiful lush jungles and magical freshwater cenotes.  It is also home to some stunning hotels, authentic restaurants and cool cocktail hang-outs.  With soft sandy beaches, perfect weather and crystal-clear waters, it is easy to get lost in this Mexican paradise.

Tulum’s main attraction, the beach, is separated from downtown by a short drive or a long walk, so rent a bike for a few days while you are there.

Dive into the Gran Cenote, one of the most beautiful freshwater cenotes with clear waters, perfect for snorkelling. No trip to Tulum is complete without a visit to the Mayan Ruins, perched high on a cliff with sweeping vistas.


Watersports and parasailing for the active adventure seekers & adrenaline junkies

Cabo Arch – Capture you Instagram moment at El Arco


Gay Travel


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A taste of Mexico

A holiday in Mexico can incorporate many different aspects and cater for a variety of tastes; it’s all in the planning. From lush rainforests to deserts, busy street-scapes to ancient Mayan ruins, Mexico has something for everyone, all year round. All inclusive resorts are popular and are readily available, whatever your budget and holiday expectations. Famous for its delicious, colourful and often spicy dishes, don’t miss the local mouth-watering menus on your trip to Mexico. Along with staple ingredients like beans, chilli and tomatoes, Mexican food has absorbed other influences from around the world to become the delicious hybrid known as ‘Tex-Mex’. Try stuffed poblanos (chilli peppers), enchiladas, filling rice and beans, fiery salsa, steak or chicken tacos plus don’t leave without trying sweet churros for dessert (like a doughnut, in a stick shape). Delicious! 

When to travel to Mexico

Mexico enjoys beautiful sunshine with little seasonal variation. The most popular months to visit are December through to May when the islands experience less rain, heat and humidity, and days are pleasant, sunny and dry. June through to November are the hottest months and generally when tropical storms and rain is most likely to occur. Mexico’s climate varies from tropical to temperate, according to altitude, winds and the Pacific Ocean currents. The Yucatán Peninsula, housing Cancún and low-lying areas of the south, enjoy a hot, humid tropical climate, while at higher altitudes the weather is temperate.

Coastal regions receive most of the rainfall during the rainy season (May to October), but the rest of the country is generally dry. The east and west coasts of Mexico have higher risk of tropical storms during June to November.

Things to see and do
Take a trip to one of the many local markets to get a glimpse of the voracious silver trade, the perfect place to pick up souvenirs and a great opportunity to explore the culture of this incredible country a little deeper. The bars of Cancún and Playa Del Carmen are world-famous for being electric and atmospheric night spots. Sink a margarita or tequila at sundown to the sound of guitars and enjoy the fantastic ambience.  

There is no shortage of activities. Whether you want to bike ride along the Cuale River, whale watch while the sun sets, sail on one of the many gay-day cruises or simply relax in one of the beach clubs along the bay, Puerto Vallarta ticks all the boxes.

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