Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit

Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit

Between the Western Sierra Madre Mountains and the Pacific Ocean stands the Riviera Nayarit. This is more like a paradise for those who love coastline, beach, sun and sand. The coastline is more than 200 miles and this location is really near to the Puerto Vallarta International Airport as well as the Tepic International Airport. Emerald mountains avail, if that is what you are looking out for your next vacation. There are lots of vegetation and golden beaches for you and your family’s enj... [ read more ]

Tulum’s Eco Park

Tulum’s Eco Park

The LabnaHa Cenotes is one of the nature and wildlife areas and attraction in Tulum. It is better known as the Magic Mayan World for the Labnaha people and offers great activites for older children and families. It is a subterranean world which is sacred in the Mayan culture and gives an magical experience. Descending on a zip line and enter a fascinating dry cave. Here you can see a really spectacular dry cave traverse. You are also recommended to try the snorkel tour in the Cenotes which g... [ read more ]

Chamber Music Festival in Mexico

Chamber Music Festival in Mexico

For 16 days, starting from the Friday 3rd of August is the International Chamber Music Festival. This event is the top in Latin America, a tradition that is kept to present the internationally acclaimed ensembles of chamber music. The venue chosen are acoustically checked and up to standard. They are intimate venues within the historic town which are UNESCO World Heritage sites. For example, the Angela Peralta Theater having a capacity of four hundred is the home base for the Festival. Box s... [ read more ]

Wet Season in Mexico

Wet Season in Mexico

In August, it is rather wet and with downpours in Mexico. Generally this is the middle of the hurricane season. In the north, it is hot, the central region of Mexico is rainy and warm and on the coastal areas, it is relatively hot and humid. You may find rain but the temperature is calm due to the nice breeze from the coast. Acapulco is about 25­ªC to 31ªC, Cancun could be from 23ªC up to 32ªC. Cozumel is also the same but up to 31ªC. Mexico City goes as cool as 13ªC up to only 23ªC.... [ read more ]

Go Mexico in July

Go Mexico in July

July is the wet month in the entire year, whether in the afternoon or evening, be sure and remember to bring an umbrella or raincoat along when you go sightseeing. July is also a school holiday period and you do not wish to be disappointed, so make sure you make advanced travel plans for sightseeing spots. Many festivals starting from the 6 to the 7 of July, for example the International Mountain Biking Festival in Chihuahua. This is in Creel where an annual event is held in Copper Canyon. T... [ read more ]

San Agustinillo in Oaxaca

San Agustinillo in Oaxaca

Another Mexican exotic beach to be featured here is the 1300 meters long San Agustinillo in Oaxaca. It has medium grain sand of golden colour at a spread of 50 meters wide. There is a curved bay and where you see the tiny village of San Agustinillo, you knew you are almost arriving. Just four kilometers west of Zipolite, body surfers and body boarders just simply will fall in love with this beach. It is cleaner than the Zipolite and Mazunte with not so much scenary than the other villages so... [ read more ]

Rincon de Guayabitos

Rincon de Guayabitos

Three hours ride from Guadalajara on the highway and you can arrive at the Rinco de Guayabitos of Mexico. This is where you can find the cobalt blue Mexican Pacific coastline. Be one of the sun seekers and you can enjoy a wonderful weekend of sun, sand and the beach, a great family outdoor activity. Families of Guadalajara a basically a friendly lot, so you can mingle freely with them or patronize the many vendors walking pass you with their barbequed shrimp, deep sea delicacy etc. Pelicans ... [ read more ]