Identified as a megadiverse country, its biodiversity ranks 4th in the world. The influence of its Spanish colonial days and of its ancient people, including the Mayan and Aztec cultures, is found throughout this nation that lies between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Regions continue to develop, preserving this heritage and evolving as a result of innovation combined with their climate and geography.

Four main geographical regions make up this vast country:

  • Tropical
  • Mountainous
  • Desert
  • Coastal


Mayan Tulum - Pre-Columbian ruins along a cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea