Why Visit Jalisco
As the originator of some of Mexico’s most famous cultural touchstones like mariachi bands, charros, and tequila, Jalisco is a state that boasts itself as “the most Mexican.” Whether you’re lounging on the beaches of Costa Alegre or exploring the agave plantations in Tequila, Jalisco offers many exciting opportunities.
When to Visit Jalisco
With so many different cities throughout this state, any time is a good one to explore Jalisco. However, if you want to avoid the crowds of vacationers, opt for a summer trip. In June, you can celebrate the joy of Puerto Vallarta’s Pride Festival or in August, attend Guadalajara’s International Mariachi Festival.
In the summer, temperatures around Jalisco rise and it can get very uncomfortable. The best time to visit for moderate weather is between November and March. The rainy season begins in June, and the whole region sees much more frequent and heavier rains; however, these often come and go in quick bursts.
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