Mexico


Day trips from Mexico City: 6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

If eliminating UNESCO World Heritage Sites from your “Bucket list” is a priority, make Mexico City your “home base” and plan day trips to nearby designees. Including Mexico City itself, you can reach nine others in 3-hours or less by car. With 34 UNESCO designations, Mexico ranks at #7 on the…

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Visiting the Coba Ruins and other Mayan Jungle adventures

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When we headed into the Mayan Jungle for our Coba Mayan Encounter Tour with AllTourNative, I knew we would be visiting Coba ruins, swimming in cenotes, ziplining, and more. What I didn’t know was that there would be so much to learn during this Mayan adventure. And it turns out there…

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10 things you don’t know about tijuana

While you may have an image in your mind of Tijuana, there are things you likely have all wrong about this city. Let’s face it the picture painted by the media and Hollywood of Tijuana can be grim. In many ways, this is simply inaccurate.  Tijuana is no longer a…

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Where to eat and sleep in Valle De Guadalupe

Seemingly overnight, Valle de Guadalupe, Baja’s Wine Country has exploded on the scene with some amazing places to eat, sleep and sample the local wine. Commonly known as “Valle,” the region is located just two hours south of San Diego in Baja California, Mexico. Valle is easily accessible from both…

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5 amazing places to stay in ensenada + a bonus

Your first exposure to Ensenada, Mexico’s 3rd largest seaport may be as a port-of-call on a cruise.  But this seaside town with a sweet little downtown area offers much more to see and do than cruisers can possibly accomplish in a day. Therefore, you may want to return and spend…

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