2 . Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, for magical cenotes
The Yucatan Peninsula is one of the best destinations for a winter break, and from November through to March, you’ll have glorious winter sun, clear skies, dry weather, and none of the sticky humidity that comes with summer. This nine-day adventure is packed with cocktails, tequila, mezcal and Mayan ruins, and after a night out in Cancun, you’ll make a beeline for the beaches of Holbox Island.Travel inland, and you’ll see the mighty ruins of Chichen Itza, before learning how to cook Yucatec cuisine in the Mayan city of Merida. Swim in crystal clear cenotes, climb the Coba pyramids then end the tour with a cocktail-making class in Tulum.
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