20 Photos That Prove Mexico Is The Most Beautiful Place On Earth

Flamingos in Yucatán | © Peyri Herrera/Flickr
Flamingos in Yucatán | © Peyri Herrera/Flickr
From dense, humid jungle to rugged, mountainous terrain, or the Caribbean coastline’s triple threat of white sand, crystalline water and picturesque palms, there’s something for everyone in the vast and varied landscape of Mexico. Here are 20 genuinely jaw dropping photos that will have you packing your bags and booking the next flight to Mexico.

You can whale watch in Baja California

Whale in Baja California © ryan Harvey/Flickr

Enjoy an Isla Mujeres sunset

Marvel at the Monterrey skyline

Monterrey skyline © Rick González/Flickr

Yes, Mexico even has mountains

And some very photogenic sea life

Turtle and Angel Fish, Cozumel © Mandy/Flickr

Not to mention some photo friendly scenery

Selva de Valle Gardena, Chiapas © Doug Knuth/Flickr

Mexico by night is just as spectacular

Stars over Michoacán © Eneas De Troya/Flickr

The Copper Canyon is nothing to write home about though, we must admit

Barranca del Cobre © Mihai/Flickr

The Nevado de Toluca is pretty amazing

As is Cozumel’s jewel-toned sky

Thunderstorm in Cozumel © Kurt Bauschardt/Flickr

Cozumel by day isn’t bad either

Cozumel, Mexico © Andrew Belair/Flickr

Nor is that Caribbean coastline everyone’s always going on about

Chiapas boasts some jaw-dropping sights

Arroyo Blanco, Chiapas © Victor Pineda/Flickr

Oaxaca’s Hierve el Agua is nothing to be sniffed at

Hierve el Agua © jadawin42/Flickr

The Yucatán Peninsula is literally littered with cenotes as beautiful as this one

Michoacán in winter is positively overrun with butterflies

Tequila’s agave fields are mesmerising from above

Tequila, Jalisco © Thomassin Mickaël

Baja California is spectacular in the evening

Sunset in Baja California © Steve Jurvetson/Flickr

Flamingos really brighten up the Yucatán

Flamingos in Yucatán © Peyri Herrera/Flickr

And last but not least, the majestic Cerro de la Silla

Cerro de la Silla © Rick González/Flickr