Some people like hot weather, some people like cold weather, and many like weather somewhere in between– i.e. more temperate. For those who like hotter weather, here is a list of the ten hottest countries in the world in no specific order.
Stereotypically, Americans see Mexico as being a dangerous and dry place. While not all stereotypes are true, this one largely holds true to form. Mexico can brag about its rich heritage, food, culture, and beaches; however, many of its traditions revolve around its high temperature, year-round. With ubiquitous high grasslands, Mexico's temperature soars up to an absolutely scorching 122 Fahrenheit on its hottest days during the summer.
As alluded to earlier, many Mexican traditions were established in order to bear the heat; this includes visiting pristine beaches and drinking cold glasses of beer. Although it may seem crazy, many people from much colder nations will migrate to Mexico in the summer to feel a different experience.