Hotel Riu Santa Fe in Cabo San Lucas from $84 pn

Hotel Riu Santa Fe in Cabo San Lucas from $84 pn

Our deal hunter team was busy again and found you the five star Hotel Riu Santa Fe in Cabo San Lucas from $84 pn. The hotel overlooks the calm waters of a protected bay, and is home to five restaurants, seven bars and four swimming pools. Book by October 12 a date until December 23 with the following nightly rates: $84 through October 26 or $98 from October 27 to December 23 and save until 50% on regular rates. This hotel requires a minimum two-night stay. The hotel overlooks the calm wat... [ read more ]

Royal Solaris Hotel vacation in Los Cabos from $549 pp

Royal Solaris Hotel vacation in Los Cabos from $549 pp

Our deal hunters brought you a special All-Inclusive offer of the Royal Solaris Los Cabos Resort and Spa from only $549 per person with flight included instead of $969. This offer includes 4 days and 3 nights. You can also opt for an All-Inclusive package for 5 days and 4 nights for only $819 insetad of $1139. Book now and spend a wonderful Mexican holiday in a spectacular surrounding and a very pleasant atmosphere! Let’s see what you get if you decide to book a room at this Mexican ... [ read more ]

5 things you need to know before visiting Aguascalientes

5 things you need to know before visiting Aguascalientes

The best time to visit Aguascalientes is when the average temperatures are at a comfortable level (between 20 °C and 30 °C) during the months of April, May, June, July, August and September. Other great months to visit Aguascalientes are January, February, March, October, November and December, when average temperatures are a little cooler but still pleasant, between 10 °C and 20 °C. In the following we present you 5 things you need to know before visiting Aguascalientes including acc... [ 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 ]

Archeological sites in the State of Yucatan

Archeological sites in the State of Yucatan

Mexico has ultra-modern beaches and resorts or nature reserves that seem that have never been touched by human hand. Mexico means sun, travel and adventure, mariachi and sombreros, seasoned vegetables and seafood. But Mexico is worldwide famous of its Mayan archeological sites. From the multitude of these gorgeous tourist attractions we present you the archeological sites in the State of Yucatan, which include one of the 7 Wonders of the World, Chichen Itza, the archeological site of Uxma... [ read more ]

Archaeological sites in the state of Quintana Roo

Archaeological sites in the state of Quintana Roo

Mexico is a very diverse country that can offer you fascinating archaeological sites, Mayan and Aztec pyramids surrounded by green jungle, giant statues carved in stone by the Olmeca civilization, gods immortalized in stone, deified ancient kings and devout Catholic religion, cenote, colonial architecture, popular colorful festivals and varied cultural traditions. As the archeological sites in Mexico are so many, today we would like to present you only the most important ones in the state... [ 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 ]

15 reasons to spend your honeymoon in Sian Ka'an

15 reasons to spend your honeymoon in Sian Ka’an

Mexico is a beautifully diverse country and a beloved tourist destination. It has everything you need for a magical holiday. But it is not only an excellent place for your summer vacation, it can be a perfect honeymoon destination as well. We created a list of 15 reasons to spend your honeymoon in Sian Ka’an, the secret paradise of Mexico. Lonely beaches, coral reefs, mangrove swamps and Mayan artifacts hidden behind the curtains of tropical vegetation are waiting to be discovered by th... [ read more ]