The most popular beaches in Los Cabos

The most popular beaches in Los Cabos

Exclusive beach resorts called the Los Cabos consists of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. They are situated at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula. You can be sure this place is a heaven even for the most fussy tourists. There is a 20-mile Tourist Corridor, a pretty long strip with luxury hotels and all-inclusive resorts that pampers you all the way. With world-class golf courses that captures the most discriminating heart of travelers from any corner of the world. Desert... [ read more ]

Palenque of the Mayan World

Palenque of the Mayan World

Rafting, archeology, hiking, tasting the amazing cusines in Palenque are just the few examples of what you can absolutely do in Palenque. Some learn the cultures and traditions by watching how they celebrate the festivities, others hop from museums to cultural centers. One other way to experience Palenque is to tour the villages. Village tours near Palenque Here you can clearly see the different ethnic groups such as the Tyeltal, Ch’ol also Lacandon. The craft traditions are rich out the... [ read more ]

Touring Mexico by Car

Touring Mexico by Car

San Luis Potosi is a place to drive through. You can visit the Cave of the Swallows, Las Pozas in Xilitla, the Aquismon river, the Tamtoc archeological zone as well as the Media Luna lagoon. Chihuahua by car is taking a long time, due to its big area but surely if you are patient enough to drive through, you shall be greatly rewarded. There are the mountainous parts like the Casas Grandes. If you like archeological site, you should see the Paquime, Cueva Grande and also Cuarenta Casas and Ci... [ read more ]

Ecotourism in Mexico

Ecotourism in Mexico

This topic became really big these days in the tourism industry. As we live in a very globalized place, our appreciation for rich natural resources, biodiversity became more important than ever before. We even would like to hunt down all the possible privileged geographic locations and continue our explorations. Some tourists like to do it on horseback while others on foot. More adventurous people do mountain climbing, kayaking or even just camping at various spots. It is mainly the flora an... [ read more ]

Famous Attractions in Mexico City

Famous Attractions in Mexico City

With old and modern landmarks, Mexico City has many exciting attractions to offer. It is a vibrant destination where you can find many beautiful parks, cultural diversions, art museums, historic theaters. The El Zocalo is the main square in the center of Mexico City. You cannot miss this, it is also known as the Constitution Square. It has very large paved square and is considered the largest public square in the Western Hemisphere. Tiananmen Square in Beijing is the biggest in the world, bu... [ read more ]

Colourful Celebrations of Mexico

Colourful Celebrations of Mexico

The cultural event Guelaguetza or sometimes known as Mondays on the Hill is much celebrated in Oaxaca. Oaxaca is a city in the Centro District in Central Valleys. It is right at the base of Cerro del Fortin, closed to Atoyac River. Guelaguetza is celebrated in an entire month in length. starting from the first two Mondays after 16th July. However, they do not celebrate it if it falls on 18th July. That is because it is the death date for their great leader, Benito Juarez. So during this time... [ read more ]

Mexican Yummies

Mexican Yummies

Traveling to Mexico is not Mexican enough if you did not try their Mexican cuisines. Imagine starting the day with a Mexican Breakfast Casserole, it makes it a wonderful journey with those extra cheese, Cheddar, eggs and meat all in a casserole. Pretty heavy for breakfast if you are only used to a slice of bread or toast and a cup of coffee. However, if you are having a long day and out in the sun, this breakfast might save you a lot of hunger pangs later in the day. Mexican food is well-kno... [ read more ]

The Cubre Tajin Cultural festival in Veracruz

The Cubre Tajin Cultural festival in Veracruz

In Xalapa, you can do your favourite extreme sports, camping, village tours, hiking, rappel and museums hopping. If you like the arts and culture, there are cultural centers for you to check out too. The architectures in Xalapa are amazing. Get into their traditions and festivities, you will also get to enjoy the Mexican cuisine, arts and crafts, theme parks, shows and sporting events as well as the Xalapa nightlife. Other extreme activities following this can be rafting among the mangroves ... [ read more ]