Category Archives: Mexico

Los Cabos Travel Guide; National Geographic

Escape to the shimmering beaches of Los Cabos.

Source: Los Cabos Travel Guide

Crashed by a Mexican Wedding in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; Ronan McMahon; International Living

This is how Ronan McMahon learned that San Miguel de Allende is the destination wedding capital of Mexico. Well-heeled families from Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, and the like…as well as the U.S., around Latin America, even Europe and Asia…flock here for the fairytale look and charming ambiance.

Source: Crashed by a Mexican Wedding in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico – International Living

Expedition Baja and Sea of Cortez | Cruises 2021/2022; Wexas Travel

A luxury Expedition cruise on board Silversea Expeditions ship Silver Explorer, visiting destinations that include Mazatlan, San Esteban Island, Topolobampo and San Diego.

Source: Expedition Baja and Sea of Cortez | Cruises 2021/2022

Council Post: Mexico’s Second-Home Market Is Poised For Rebound In 2021; Gregory Gunter; Forbes

The pandemic has shifted many homeowners’ priorities, making second-home destinations more attractive.

Source: Council Post: Mexico’s Second-Home Market Is Poised For Rebound In 2021

One of the “Best Small Cities in the World” Shows the Rest of the World How to Reopen Safely; Jennifer Simonson; Fodor’s 

This popular Mexican destination has written the reopening road map.

Source: One of the “Best Small Cities in the World” Shows the Rest of the World How to Reopen Safely

See how magical Tequila, Mexico really is on this virtual tour; Lydia Schrandt; USA Today

Take a virtual tour though the Magical Town of Tequila at the heart of Mexico’s agave-growing region.

Source: See how magical Tequila, Mexico really is on this virtual tour

How to Get From Mexico City to Oaxaca; Megan Jerrard; Mapping Megan

Discover how easy it is to get to Oaxaca from Mexico City and reasons why you should include this fascinating region to your next Mexican itinerary.

Source: How to Get From Mexico City to Oaxaca

Revealed: The 11 New Magical Towns Of Mexico; Laura Begley Bloom; Forbes

Welcome to Mexico’s newest Pueblo Mágicos, or Magical Towns.

Source: Revealed: The 11 New Magical Towns Of Mexico

Climate change damaging more World Heritage sites, report says; PBS

Sixteen World Heritage sites have deteriorated since the last World Heritage Outlook was released three years ago, while only eight improved, said the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

Source: Climate change damaging more World Heritage sites, report says

Best Places to Celebrate Christmas in Mexico; Aastha Maheshwari; CEO World

Christmas is the biggest festival in the country. But the celebrations in the US seem pretty modest when you see how the Mexicans celebrate it. They have brought together several cultures to come up with some extraordinary Christmas traditions. This shouldn’t be a surprise because they are already known for their Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) customs. If you are planning to celebrate Christmas in Mexico, here’s the list of the best Christmas celebrations:

Oaxaca

Oaxaca is situated at the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountain ranges. Thanks to the Mixtec and Zapotec cultures, Oaxaca makes lots of money because of heritage tourism.

Source: Best Places to Celebrate Christmas in Mexico

Autonomous University of Mexico; Visit Mexico

Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since June 2007, the campus of the National Autonomous University of Mexico features murals created by some of Mexico’s greatest artists.

Source: Turismo de México | www.visitmexico.com | Universidad Autónoma de México (Autonomous University of Mexico)

13 Marvelous Mayan Ruins in Mexico You Have to Visit; Liza Sharifuddin; Adventure In You

Visiting the Mayan ruins in Mexico are one of the top things to do in the country. Here are the best Maya ruins you should visit in Mexico!

Source: 13 Marvelous Mayan Ruins in Mexico You Have to Visit

Best Things to Do in Merida, Mexico: The Ultimate Travel Planning Guide; Shelley Marmor; Adventure In You

Planning a visit to Merida, Mexico? Here are the best things to do in Merida, including food recommendations, day trips & more!

Source: Best Things to Do in Merida, Mexico: The Ultimate Travel Planning Guide

12 Best Cities in Mexico; Meagan Drillinger; PlanetWare

Source: 12 Best Cities in Mexico | PlanetWare

20 Amazing Things to Do in Riviera Maya, Mexico (Don’t Miss Out Any!); Liza Sharifudin; Adventure In You

Mexico’s Riviera Maya is a top tourist destination with loads to offer. Click here to find out the best things to do in Riviera Maya for any traveler!

Source: 20 Amazing Things to Do in Riviera Maya, Mexico (Don’t Miss Out Any!)

Visiting Chichen Itza in 2020/21 – Everything You Need to Know; Ethan Doyle White; Archaeology Travel

Everything you need to know to visit Chichen Itza – do it yourself and buy tickets online, or take a day trip from Cancun or Merida.

Source: Visiting Chichen Itza in 2020/21 – Everything You Need to Know

Route of the Purépecha Towns to the Beach; Visit Mexico

Morelia, destination of the state of Michoacán, is a city rich in history and traditions, many of which are recognized as World Heritage by the UNESCO. Morelia is also called La Ciudad de La Cantera Rosa (The City of Pink Quarry Stone), since its entire historic center is built with this material. Walk through the Plaza de Armas (Arms Square) and discover its impressive cathedral, one of the most beautiful in the world. Visit the Csa de la Cultura (House of Culture), the Public Library or the Casa de las Artesanías (House of Crafts).

Source: Turismo de México | visitmexico.com | Route of the Purépecha Towns to the Beach

Six Dive Locations Reachable Only by Liveaboard; Melissa Smith; Scuba Diving

Scuba diving destinations you can only experience through a liveaboard excursion.

Source: Six Dive Locations Reachable Only by Liveaboard

Tourists return to Mexico’s ancient ‘City of Gods’; AFP

AFTER months in hibernation because of the coronavirus pandemic, Mexico’s ancient “City of Gods” is slowly coming back to life as tourists return to the majestic pyramids of Teotihuacan. For the first time since it was closed in March, dozens of tourists in face masks strolled last week along the Avenue of the Dead stretching between the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon.

Source: Tourists return to Mexico’s ancient ‘City of Gods’

7 small towns and cities that celebrate Mexico’s quieter side; Alex Bresler; Matador Network

Leave the all-inclusives behind.

Source: 7 small towns and cities that celebrate Mexico’s quieter side

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