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Mexico's Colonial Cities Will Charm You In A Heartbeat

The idea of luxury holidays in Mexico conjures images of white sandy beaches, sparkling blue waters, and sweet margaritas, but Mexico offers much more to those who seek a cultural adventure. One way to experience an authentic side of Mexico is to leave the beach behind and head deep into its…


Mexican Festival Dia De Los Muertos

Mexican Festival: Dia De Los Muertos

Sugar crush skulls, dancing in the streets and otherworldly celebrations marks the calendar for the most famous Mexican festival  - Dia de los Muertos. Image Courtesy: commons.wikimedia.org/Tomascastelazo Raising a glass of tequila to those who have passed over may seem a tad morbid, but in…


Pyramid of the Moon in Teotihuacan

Pyramid of the Moon: Teotihuacan

Flying over Mexico City, on your way to see the pyramid of the moon, you are certainly awe struck by how far the low lying buildings spread and once you touch down the chaos enters your soul. After spending days in the city feeling as though you are going to fall over from the altitude, sipping…


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Cenote Sagrado: Rare and Amazing Experience

Nothing will prepare you for the natural wonder of the Cenote Sagrado in the deep paradise of the Yucatan peninsula. Those who adore a taste of wild swimming will leave their heart at the bottom of the deep sacred well, a place where the water shimmers unbelievably bright and the hanging vines…


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What to do in Cozumel, Mexico

Let out a deep sigh, sit back and enjoy the enticing sight of the Caribbean flickering under the moonlight to the sweet sound of the mariachi band. This is the guide of what to do in Cozumel,  a place as close to heaven as you can ever get. Image Courtesy: commons.wikimedia.org/gren orRydia Mexico…


San Cristobal de Las Casas - So Charming

San Cristobal de Las Casas is a pretty town in the highlands of southern Mexico that offers travelers a fascinating glimpse into Mexico’s past and present. From stunning architecture to buying handmade crafts from the local indigenous Tzotzil Maya to touring coffee plantations, this richly varied…


Mexican Seaside Charm and a Luxury Escape in Zihuatanejo

From the second you feel the aircraft dropping down to land, the beauty of Zihuatanejo opens up before you like a dream luxury escape. Lush jungles spill down to meet the waters, brightly painted resorts hide tucked away in the trees and the Pacific Ocean rolls in. Once a quaint little fishing…


Diving Puerto Vallarta - An Exciting Adventure

The town of Puerto Vallarta is located on the west coast of Mexico. It is part of the Pacific Ocean’s Bahia de Banderas (Bay of Flags) on the Mexican Riviera. Situated on the same latitude as Hawaii, Puerto Vallarta has a lovely subtropical climate. This beautiful location offers many sheltered…


5 Must Try Restaurants in Mexico City

Bursting with flavor and flair Mexico City will leave you dizzy for more reasons than the high altitude. The crush of people, the endless array of festival spirit and the sizzling street food permeating the air are all part of the color of this historic city. The capital is without a doubt one of…


Las Marietas Beach - Discover This Secret Beach

Located right off the shore of Puerto Vallarta in the crystal clear waters of Banderas Bay is a small group of islands known as the Marietas Islands. These small volcanic islands were first made famous by the celebrated oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, but since their discovery they have become a…


Agua Azul Chiapas - One Cool Natural Pool

Agua Azul, the famous waterfalls, is located in Chiapas, Mexico. It is one of the spectacular tourist attractions in Mexico. The cool breeze, crystal clear water and soothing vegetation around make it the perfect relaxing spot for visitors residing nearby the city of Chiapas. Unlike the regular…


Scuba Travel to Cozumel: Where to Take the Plunge

Scuba Travel to Cozumel: Where to Take the Plunge

Cozumel, meaning Island of the Swallows, is a Caribbean island located off the eastern coast of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. The island boasts warm water, beautiful coral formations and fantastic visibility, so it’s no wonder that it’s popular with scuba divers. Add to that the stunning white…


Pyramids of Teotihuacan - Remarkable "City of Gods"

Teotihuacan… God’s own country - is truly significant of the royalty and grandeur associated with the Teotihuacan civilization thriving in Mexico, thousands of years ago. The more you discover the city, the more amazed you will be with the well-preserved beauty that dates back to the ancient age.…


Puebla - Mexico's Colonial Beauty

The fourth largest city of Mexico, Puebla, essentially retains its colonial appeal with untouched Cathedral churches, archetypal structures and building reminiscent of the ancient colonial era. The city may score considerably low on the most happening night life and pubs; however, it surpasses…


Oaxaca City - Culturally Rich & Vivid

Oaxaca is located about 300 miles south of Mexico City and the two cities couldn’t be more different. With a pleasantly mild climate, friendly people, and a fascinating history, you can spend days falling in love with Oaxaca. The city was founded in 1529 and everywhere you turn, you can see the…


Swimming With Whale Sharks in Mexico

Swimming With Whale Sharks in Mexico

Although you might have dozens of must-do activities on your bucket list, you should consider adding a new experience - swimming with a whale shark. Obviously don't simply dive into the big blue ocean looking for one of these spectacular marine creatures as you might come up short. Simply follow…


San Miguel de Allende - Mexico's Little Colonial Gem

San Miguel is a small colonial city in Mexico that was built for relaxing. While the city dates back to 154, a lot of its culture can be traced to the art colonies that were built in the 1950s. It’s this eclectic blend of art and Old World Mexican charm that attracts thousands of visitors every…


Guanajuato - Mexico's Kaleidescope of Colors

Seeing the small colorful houses dotted along the mountainside is enough to get you excited about what you’ll discover in Guanajuato. This extremely small city is located in central Mexico and is bursting with charm and character. With tales galore and an unrivaled history, you’ll be glad you took…


Top 10 Best Places to Visit in Mexico

Be it the captivating colonial Morelia, the bustling Mexico City, the quintessentially Indian Oaxaca or the picturesque Guadalajara, each city of Mexico has a personality of its own with its distinct set of sights, sounds, savors and smells. While you are on a trip to the country, you simply cannot…


Sayulita

Sayulita, Nayarit - Little Mexican Surfing Haven

Most people are familiar with Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, but about 25 miles north is a lesser-known beach town called Sayulita. With a population of about 4,000, it’s the perfect place to escape all the crowds that are attracted to the better-known Mexican cities. Sayulita was “discovered” by…