The most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world, Mexico fascinates travellers with its pristine beaches, exciting nightlife and awe-inspiring cultural attractions. Tourists head to this destination to observe a part of the world they’ve never seen before! The country’s capital and financial hub, ‘Mexico City’ is definitely worth exploring. Located in the high plateaus, the city has a subtropical highland climate, apt for travelling.

If you plan to visit Mexico City and its neighbouring areas anytime soon, there are many outdoor activities that you must try out! We have mentioned a few of them below.

Outdoor Activities in Mexico City

Iztaccihuatl Volcano Hiking

Adventure-buffs should go for a hiking trip up the Iztaccihuatl, Mexico’s third highest mountain and a dormant volcano. There are different hiking routes to the summit, suitable for amateurs as well as professionals. As the travellers ascend, they can admire the stunning landscapes of the mountainous region. Experienced guides lead the groups for a wonderful mountain climbing experience. Participants can climb as high as 13,800 to 15,800 feet.

Hot-Air Balloon Flight over the Teotihuacan Pyramids

Admire the true beauty of the Teotihuacan Pyramids from the skies by going on a fun-packed hot-air balloon ride. Visitors get to enjoy the aerial views of the UNESCO World Heritage site and surrounding regions, while the wind dictates the flying route. Four-wheelers follow the hot-air balloons to pick up the tourists at the end of the trip. Participants will get a valuable certificate – a reminder of their exhilarating experience!

Antonio’s Bike Tours

Perhaps the best way to admire the charming City of Mexico is by going on a guided biking tour. The bike rides are held at a moderate pace with plenty of stops. During these rides, one gets to learn about Coyoacan’s historic sites. The riders will gain knowledge about the city too. For lunch, they’ll be taken to a street food place, which is highly popular among locals. On Sundays, the streets are closed to cars, making bike rides safer and more delightful. This tour should be a part of every avid biker’s itinerary. 

Lucha Libre Wrestling

Foreign visitors will love the Lucha Libre bouts. Lucha Libre is a professional form of wrestling, which dates back to the 19th century and was developed years later in Mexico City. Even today, people can watch skilled, masked luchadores perform athletic holds and high-flying stunts in a freestyle battle of massive proportions. Spectators should take a seat close to the ring to enjoy the mind-blowing acts. 

City Food Tour by Amigo Tours

Tourists can join the city’s interesting food tours to get a taste of authentic dishes, exotic ingredients, and unique flavours. Focusing on ‘City Food Tour’ by Amigo Tours, the local guides will take the city visitors to the best eating joints for tacos, tamales, cochinita pibil, and fried grasshoppers before halting at the well known Rodán 37. The restaurant Rodán 37 offers well-prepared Mexican food served by professional and polite staff.

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