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 ]

Experience the beauty of nature in Mexico

Experience the beauty of nature in Mexico

Mexico is among the top five countries in the world in terms of biodiversity. This makes it an ideal destination for nature lovers. You can explore and swim in cenotes (cave water ponds), to play with the turtle babies in Akumal, to swim with dolphins or explore the coral reefs. From the butterfly reserves in Michoacan and the bird reserves in Oaxaca or on the Yucatan Peninsula to the spectacular road through the jungle at the foot of the Tumbala Mountains that leads the Agua Azul Nationa... [ read more ]

Things that make Mexico unique

Things that make Mexico unique

Mexico is known for its fantastic beaches and Mayan and Aztec ruins and pyramids. But this country full of history has much more to offer and that is why it is the tenth in the list of preferences of tourists from around the world when it comes to holiday destinations. Every country has some special characteristics that make it special. Today we would like to present you the most beautiful and popular things about Mexico, the things that make Mexio unique.   The rich hi... [ read more ]

Mexico and What To See

Mexico and What To See

If you are into scuba diving, you will find the town Akumal and the beach-front resort at the south of Cancun a very interesting to visit. There is a community for scuba divers founded by a Mexican archaeologist called Pablo Bush Romero. El Arco in Cabo San Lucas is where you can see interesting Geologic formations other than the landmarks. Romantic couples would love watching the sunrise or the sunset that this spot has to offer. It is also a place for scuba diving, snorkeling and whale-watchin... [ read more ]

Sayulita, Wildmex Surfing and Family Fun

Sayulita, Wildmex Surfing and Family Fun

For the adventurous type, Wildmex surfing is a must when you visit Mexico, Sayulita. This is the number one activity as Wildmex specialize in surf camps, trips in the Sayulita and Punta Mita area. The surf spots chosen are ideal for beginners and intermediate surfers. You get to learn to surf in a progressive, fun and friendly manner. The water in the Mexican Pacific Ocean is warm, so you can also do paddle boarding, sea kayaking, snorkel safari etc. On land there are mountain biking as well... [ read more ]

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 ]

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 ]

Twenty ‘Must do’ in Cancun

Twenty ‘Must do’ in Cancun

Ferraris and Lamborghinis Exotic Rides on the Cancun Highway lets you drive your dream with a mind-blowing acceleration. What you need is a license, a sign waiver and even those under the age of eighteen can drive as a copilots with a pro driver. Sightseeing the large ruined city, the Coba Ruins for the entire day or half and reward yourself to a therapeutic Fish Spa at the end of the day. Garra Rufa fish are used as the ‘Doctor Fish’ as they are feed on your dead skin cells. Alternative... [ read more ]

Top Nudist Beach Resorts in Mexico

Top Nudist Beach Resorts in Mexico

Hidden beach resorts offer an extra level of fun and excitement. If you are the type of adventure seeker, you might want to experience the luxurious feeling of being clothing free for your next travel to Mexico. Whether it is a big or small resort, you can shed those clothing at a hidden away beach including dining in the nude. Nude recreation is not for everyone, but here you can find like-minded people who respect this natural of vacationing. If you want a sun-kissed look, Mexico also has ... [ read more ]