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Relax at Casa Valerie in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

If you are like most people, you enjoy a good vacation in the sun. Sometimes, however, the heat and humidity can be too much and at times become even unbearable. If you've experienced this problem in the past, or have just thought of Mexico in general as being too hot for your liking, don't let that keep you from booking a Mexican vacation. You could be missing out on some great fun.

If you've been to Mexico in the past and found it too hot, think about the last time you visited the country. Was it during the months from May to October? If so, this may have been the problem. May through October features the hottest temperatures in Mexico, so consider travelling during another part of the year.

Another factor you might want to consider is location. Certain parts of the country are more temperate than others. If you are looking for cooler temperatures, consider visiting regions in the northern part of the country, or in central Mexico. These areas, however, can even feel chilly at times during the winter, so be sure to keep that in mind.

If you've been avoiding a trip to Mexico because you feel that the country is just too hot and humid for your liking, it's time to reconsider. By simply planning a few things in advance and perhaps travelling to a different region, your trip to sunny Mexico can be just what you've always wanted.

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