Traveling to Mexico for a weight loss surgery

Traveling to Mexico for a weight loss surgery

Medical travel is becoming a more and more fashionable option for a surgery with every day that passes. Many Americans choose Mexico instead of the United States when comes to a medical treatment that is not covered by their health insurance. Today we will present you the case of Annette Troupe, a 57 year old American citizen, who decided to have a weight loss surgery in Mexico. We also summerize the opinion of Dr. Paul Kemmeter, the medical director of bariatric surgery at Mercy Health S... [ read more ]

Things you should know before a surgery in Mexico

Things you should know before a surgery in Mexico

Medical tourism in Mexico is increasing year after year and slowly becomes a usual option in the life of the American citizens. They opt for many kind of surgeries and treatments because of the lower prices and an increasing quality of the services. There are some really high quality hospitals that meet any demand. You might not be expected, but Mexican doctors sometimes have more experience in some domains and many medical procedures than their colleagues in the United States. This is ma... [ read more ]

Medical tourism in Mexico, a new option for a surgery

Medical tourism in Mexico, a new option for a surgery

Many Americans choose to make medical treatments outside the borders of the United States. Medical tourism includes many things from a relaxing spa treatment to a severe joint replacement. Many countries are trying to attract patients with money and they are doing necessary investments for this. According to some investigations, five years ago were approximately 750 000 Americans in a year that left the country for medical treatments and they estimated that until the end of this year thei... [ read more ]

3 things you need to now before visiting Guanajuato

3 things you need to now before visiting Guanajuato

In the area of Guanajuato predominate two climates. One of them is quite warm and dominates in the south and south-eastern portions of the city. The another one is temperate and dominates the rest of the territory, including the city. In warmer areas, temperatures can reach 36 °C, and in winter is registered 3 °C. The global mean temperature is 18.5 °C, with an average annual rainfall between 600 and 840 mm. The most rainfall is recorded between July and August. Add a sweater in your l... [ read more ]

Archaeological sites in central and northern Mexico

Archaeological sites in central and northern Mexico

Mexico has been the cradle of some of the greatest ancient civilizations: Olmecs, Zapotechs, Mayans and Aztecs, each leaving their mark on the area in which they lived: temples, towns, vestiges of fascinating ancient cultures. Today we present three ancient archeological sites in central and northern Mexico, which deserve to be visited. If you want to visit Mexico is good to know that from June until October is the rainy period. Avoid coastal areas in the months of September and October b... [ read more ]

Archaeological sites in the State of Chiapas and Oaxaca

Archaeological sites in the State of Chiapas and Oaxaca

The State of Chiapas and Oaxaca in Mexico are situated next to each the other and have a few ancient arceological sites that worth visiting. Palenque is one of the largest, most important and most exotic Mexican archaeological sites. At 190 km to the southeast of Palenque are the sites of Yaxchilan and Bonampak, these two being isolated and wild in the middle of the jungle. The largest archaeological site in the State of Oaxaca is the site of Monte Alban. Mitla is the most important archa... [ read more ]

Archeological sites in the State of Campeche

Archeological sites in the State of Campeche

If you want to visit Mexico, you don’t have to choose only one type of holiday. You can split your time between visiting the charming colonial towns and stunning archaeological sites, then you can rest a few days on the beach or you can see some of the wonders of nature that Mexico can offer you. This way you can experience the Mexican history and culture, but you can also take part of adventure, fun and relaxation. We help today with one part of this type of trip presenting the most po... [ read more ]

Short tourist guide to the Mexican culture

Short tourist guide to the Mexican culture

Mexico is an amazing and complex country with a multi-layered history that offers 1001 reasons to visit it. If you travel for the first time to Mexico be ready to meet the crowds of the big cities, more noise, bustle and poverty than you are used to see for example in the Western European countries. But don’t worry, Mexicans will gladly help you to feel at home in their country. You can learn a few Spanish phrases that will help you to socialize better with the locals. We propose you to... [ read more ]

Adventure turism in Mexico

Adventure turism in Mexico

Mexico is a popular holiday destination that satisfies every visitor. It has beautiful beaches, spectacular and high mountains, natural reserves, quiet villages and busy cities. But it is not only a destination for those who want to rest, it's a perfect place for the adventure lovers as well. In Mexico there are a lot of possibilities, great variety for those who would like to practice water sports and for the ones who like the adventure tourism. You just have to choose between exploring ... [ read more ]

Top 7 water attractions in Mexico

Top 7 water attractions in Mexico

Mexico is an extremely beautiful country that can satisfy any traveler. It has many natural sites including majestic mountains, beautiful beaches, rivers and lakes and natural reserves. Today we want to present the most beautiful water attractions of the country. The top 7 water attractions of Mexico include the famous Agua Azul Waterfalls, the beautiful Mesoamerican Reef Barrier, the magnificent San Ignacio Laguna in Baja California, the diverse Sea of ​​Cortez, the Cuatro Ciénegas ... [ read more ]