Category Archives: Mexico

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

Palenque archaeological site; Visit Mexico

Eight kilometers (5 miles) from this Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) is the Zona Arqueológica de Palenque (Palenque Archaeological Zone), one of Mayan culture most important, it was recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987.

Source: Turismo de México | www.visitmexico.com | Palenque archaeological site

Hospicio Cabañas; Visit Mexico

If you are wondering about what to do in Guadalajara, you will find a lot of activities and attractions to add to your travel list. One of the most emblematic buildings is Hospicio Cabañas.

Source: Turismo de México | www.visitmexico.com | Hospicio Cabañas

From Cancun to Chichen Itza: 4 Best Ways to Get There; Meagan Drillinger; PlanetWare

Source: From Cancun to Chichen Itza: 4 Best Ways to Get There | PlanetWare

Mexico’s ‘City of the Gods’ reopens after five-month lockdown; Katy Dartford; AFP

The UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the country’s most popular spots for tourists from around the world.

Source: Mexico’s ‘City of the Gods’ reopens after five-month lockdown

The Sea of Cortez: In the Wake of John Steinbeck; Dr FumbleFinger; Travel Gumbo

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Mexico City’s Floating Gardens Reopens; Outlook India

The UNESCO heritage site of Mexico reopens after five months of shutdown with new safety protocols…

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Mexico City’s Floating Gardens of Xochimilco Reopen to Tourists; Rachel Chang; Travel + Leisure

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Escape From America: 5 Cheapest Places To Move If You Want To Leave The U.S.; Laura Begley Bloom; Forbes

Want to move out of America? Here are some affordable places to consider if you want to leave the U.S. after coronavirus. Or sooner.

Source: Escape From America: 5 Cheapest Places To Move If You Want To Leave The U.S.

Visiting Campeche, Mexico: Things to Do in Campeche and More; Kate McCulley; Adventurous Kate

Campeche, Mexico is a wonderful off-the-beaten-path city in Mexico. Here are the best things to do in Campeche for your visit.

Source: Visiting Campeche, Mexico: Things to Do in Campeche and More | Adventurous Kate

Santa Quiteria: Jalisco’s next tourism magnet or example of patrimonicide?; John Pint; Mexico News Daily

The little town of El Arenal, a mere 30 kilometers from Guadalajara, may have been at the hub of a great civilization.

Source: Santa Quiteria: Jalisco’s next tourism magnet or example of patrimonicide?

Uxmal & Kabah Full-Day Tour from Merida; Get Your Guide

Explore one of the greatest Mayan ceremonial centers on a full-day tour of Uxmal. See the Pyramid of the Magician, Quadrangle of the Nuns, and more. Then, visit the ruins of Kabah, one of the largest archaeological sites in the Yucatan.

Source: Uxmal & Kabah Full-Day Tour from Merida

12 Top-Rated Attractions & Things to Do in San Miguel de Allende; Meagan Drillinger; PlanetWare

Source: 12 Top-Rated Attractions & Things to Do in San Miguel de Allende | PlanetWare

From Restraining Orders to Assassinations, the Dangerous Work of; Rob Nixon; Boston Review

Monarch butterflies may be gone in thirty years. Saving them seems apolitical, but environmentalists have landed in the sights of drug cartels, illegal loggers, Trump supporters, and even clandestine avocado farmers.

Source: From Restraining Orders to Assassinations, the Dangerous Work of

10 Top-Rated Attractions & Things to Do in Puerto Penasco; Meagan Drillinger; PlanetWare

Source: 10 Top-Rated Attractions & Things to Do in Puerto Penasco | PlanetWare

A breath-taking Mexican beach break; YorkMix

Take a Mexican beach break and find out just what it’s like to feel the sun on your skin and the wind in your hair. With such a rich heritage, Mexico is the perfect location for a beach break, so dive in and see what’s on offer.

Source: A breath-taking Mexican beach break | YorkMix

Mexico receives stamp of approval to resume tourism, despite high death toll; Yucatan Times

With more than 35,000 Covid-19 deaths, Mexico has the fourth highest pandemic death toll in the world. The country also has the seventh-highest number of recorded cases, a whopping 324,000 at the time of writing, mainly attributed to the laissez-faire attitude of Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Source: Mexico receives stamp of approval to resume tourism, despite high death toll

Oaxaca named world’s best city by Travel + Leisure; Mexico News Daily

Four Mexican destinations made the top 25 after readers rated cities on sights and landmarks, culture, cuisine, friendliness, shopping and overall value.

Source: Oaxaca named world’s best city by Travel + Leisure

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