Nestled amidst palm-fringed beaches and ancient Mayan ruins, Tulum offers the ideal sanctuary for Equinox Empowerment retreat. Immerse yourself in yoga and meditation sessions set against the backdrop of turquoise waters and swaying palms. Indulge in nourishing, farm-to-table cuisine that revitalizes both body and soul. Explore the mystical cenotes and reconnect with nature through eco-friendly excursions. We invite you to embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery and well-being.


Sept 19-23, 2024

Based on Double Occupancy, all-inclusive Land package Air fare not included.

Q. Do I need a visa to travel to Mexico?
– Most visitors traveling to Mexico for tourism or business do not need a visa for stays of 180 days or less. However, it’s essential to check the specific visa requirements based on your nationality.

Q. What is the best time to visit Mexico?
– The best time to visit Mexico is generally during the dry season, from late November to April. However, the ideal time can vary depending on the specific regions you plan to visit.

Q. What vaccinations do I need before traveling to Mexico?
– Vaccinations for hepatitis A and B, typhoid, and routine immunizations are recommended. Additionally, depending on the specific region and activities planned, vaccinations for rabies and yellow fever might be advised.

Q. What currency is used in Mexico?
– The official currency of Mexico is the Mexican peso (MXN). It’s advisable to exchange currency at banks or authorized exchange bureaus.

Q. What should I pack for my trip to Mexico?
– Lightweight clothing, sunscreen, insect repellent, and comfortable walking shoes are essential. If you plan to visit during the rainy season, it’s advisable to pack a rain jacket or umbrella.

Q. Is it safe to drink tap water in Mexico?
– It’s generally advisable to drink bottled or purified water to avoid potential stomach issues.

Q. What are some must-visit attractions in Mexico?
– Mexico offers a wide range of attractions, including the ancient ruins of Chichen Itza, the vibrant city life of Mexico City, the beaches of Cancun, and the natural beauty of Tulum and Palenque.

Q. What are some cultural norms I should be aware of in Mexico?
– Greetings are important in Mexican culture, and it’s customary to greet people with a handshake or a light hug. Additionally, it’s polite to address people with their titles, such as “Senor” (Mr.) or “Senora” (Mrs.).

Q. What are the transportation options in Mexico?
– Transportation options include taxis, buses, the metro (in Mexico City), and rental cars. It’s important to use authorized transportation services and to be cautious when using taxis to ensure safety.

Q. Are there any specific customs regulations I should be aware of when entering Mexico?
– Visitors should be aware of the restrictions on items such as firearms, certain medications, and large amounts of currency. It’s advisable to review the customs regulations before traveling.

One trip per person