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 ]

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 ]

Chihuahua and its Sights

Chihuahua and its Sights

A massive destruction of the colonial buildings may have struck Chihuahua, some valuable monuments are still around as they had been preserved from the 19th and the 20th centuries. Amongst which, it is worth to see the highlights as follows. The first to mention is the  Temple of San Francisco which is the original burial place of Fr Miguel Hidalgo. It is located at 15 Calle Libertad and the jail cell of him is the Federal Palace of Chihuahua. It is now a museum for tourist to visit. Mansi... [ read more ]