Tourist guide to Oaxaca

Tourist guide to Oaxaca

Oaxaca de Juárez, or simply Oaxaca, is the capital of the Mexican state with the same name. It is located in the Central Valleys, at the Sierra foothills. This city relies heavily on tourism. Oaxaca is located at about 500 km to the southeast from Mexico City. It is a fairly large city with over half a million inhabitants, but it is still pretty relaxed, unpretentious and friendly. The city has many examples of baroque colonial architecture dating from the  16th century. You will find 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 ]

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 ]

Playa Carrizalillo

Playa Carrizalillo

Not too far from Puerto Escndido, you can find this little treasure spot with white sand beaches. Just five minutes away, you can find fantastic cobalt blue water waves for boogie boarding, swimming and most importantly for surfing. You can take surf lessons, make many trips to the Manialtepec lagoon and check out the exciting Temazcali experience. If you just want to lay and sun bathe in the sun, this place offer an uncrowded and gentle surroundings -  for you get very nice beautiful gentl... [ read more ]

After Dia del Trabajo of Mexico

After Dia del Trabajo of Mexico

In the English language, Dia del trabajo is the Labor Day. In Mexico, this is the day when the Mexican workers’ union movements are commemorated. Historically, it was a day to recognize and respect the rights of workers. The spirit of protest to fight for more privileges and comfort was taking quite long til Portfiiro Diaz dictatorship Industrial progress was made. Particularly the miners, farmers and factory workers who open up the labor movement in Mexico. After this national public holi... [ 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 ]

Romantic and Luxurious Mexico

Romantic and Luxurious Mexico

If you are planning a getaway to Mexico, you may plan one that is fascinating yet romantic. San Miguel de Allende Starting your journey at the enchanting San Miguel de Allende. Here you can explore Mexico's colonial heartland with cobblestone backstreets lined with colonial buildings, contemporary galleries, lively markets and beautiful home and gardens. Guanajuato Then to Guanajuato, a UNESCO listed town. It is best to get there for a day excursion. Guanajuato used to be settled by th... [ read more ]