Travel from Cancún to Chichen Itza, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on a full-day trip. Take a guided tour of the ancient ruins, visit and swim in the underwater grotto of Cenote Ik Kil, and eat a buffet lunch accompanied by traditional music and dance.
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They make quite the ambitious travel bucket list — the New Seven Wonders of the World. Find out what they are, their histories and the best times to go.
Discover ‘the world’s largest aquarium’ on a luxury cruise from San Diego around the Gulf of California to Mexico and Guatemala…
Source: Sail the Sea of Cortez
The costs, health care, safety and lifestyle in Queretaro, Mexico.
Playful gray whale caves, saturated sunsets, uninhabited desert islands teeming with bird life—it’s not hard to see why Baja is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Occurred on December 27, 2018 / Socorro Island, Mexico. Info from Licensor: “This rare sight of two Bottlenose Dolphins escorting a Whale Shark was shot at Socorro Island, 280 miles off the coast of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. This area is known as the Revillagigedo Islands. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a protected marine reserve. The Mexican Navy helps protect the area from fishing. Socorro is known for its big animal marine life and is one of the best places in the world to swim with Bottlenose Dolphins. To swim with the dolphins is a…
Source: Whale Shark with Dolphin Duo
Emirates announced today its plan to launch a new daily service from Dubai (DXB) to Mexico City International Airport (MEX), via the Spanish city of Barcelona (BCN), starting on 9 December 2019. Emirates’ Mexico City flight will be a linked service with Barcelona, meaning that customers can now travel between the two cities in unprecedented style and comfort. Citizens from Mexico, Spain and the UAE only need their passports to enjoy visa-free travel to each respective country.
Discover the unique history of Teotihuacan’s pyramids, a UNESCO site, as well as the tips on best things to do in Teotihuacan when visiting from Mexico City.
When approaching a big city, when the mass of humanity first appears on the horizon, Ted Kunz starts looking for the next big tree. Once spotted, he pull off the road…
The World Heritage Committee today followed IUCN’s advice to list Mexico’s Islands and Protected Areas of the Gulf of California as a World Heritage site in danger.
Welcome tourists! In this edition, Tom Sawyer talks about a city in our neighboring country Mexico, which is the main headquarters of the aeronautical industry in the country, as well as one of the cities with the highest GDP in all of Mexico: Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico. …
Mexico is a lovely nation with a treasure trove of cultural and geographic gems to explore. It is also a wonderfully wacky place where seemingly impossible events and artifacts seem as common as a Pidgey outside of Pallet Town. Here are bizarre thing you’ll find only in Mexico.
Learn about the complete list of Mexican sites that have been declared World Heritage to date.
A decade-long Ponzi scheme is estimated to have defrauded more than 150 Banco Monex accounts belonging to United States, Canadian and other expatriates.
Occurred on December 28, 2018 / Roca Partida, Mexico Info from Licensor: “These Whitetip Reef Sharks are resting along the side of a volcanic island named Roca Partida of the Revillagigedo Archipelago in Mexico. The water is too deep, so they find these areas along the wall to rest during the day. At night they become active and hunt for food. This kind of behavior does not happen in too many parts of the World and is a very rare sight. The remote location 300 miles off of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico makes it a difficult area to visit. This area is also a UNESCO World Heritage site and is protected from fishing and development. It is guarded by the Mexican Navy.”
Visiting Mexico City? This Mexico City Travel Guide covers everything you need to plan an amazing trip: things to do, hotels, neighborhooods, safety, more!
Mérida has been chosen as one of Fodor’s top places to visit in 2019 for reasons that might not seem clear at first glance. Behind the colorful, sometimes worn-looking walls, are speakeasies, art galleries, small luxury boutique hotels, and some of the best food in all of Mexico. But while you could spend all your time in the city, there is more to explore with just a few hours’ drive from Mérida, from cenotes to lagoons with thousands of flamingos.