I would go to el portrero chico if I were you...maybe stop in las vegas red rocks for a couple weeks on the way south. Maybe hit heuco tanks if you are really liking bouldering.
Main thing is stay in one place for a while. If you have 3 months I'd say maximum number of destinations should be 3. If you move around a lot you won't really get into the type of climbing for each area. Every place has a different style and as beginner will really need to learn individual techniques for each area quite intensely.
Also if you stay in portrero chico you can be one of "those guys" that lives at the area and gets to know it and when trips with 2-3 people come in for like 2-3 days, then you know every route nearby and you know the classics and they will want to climb with you.
have fun man! My year off climbing was hands down the best time in my life. Met some lifelong friends and climbed some amazing routes and problems. And saw some amazingly beautiful places.
I will never forget sunrise in the buttermilks in bishop the rest of my life.
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