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Mazatlan, Sinaloa - Mexico Destinations - Where to go in Mexico
Mazatlán is a well-established tourist destination that maintains its Mexican traditions and atmosphere. The vibe is laid back, but there's no lack of fun thanks to the host of water sports and wildlife watching activities available. Page 8.

Mealtimes in Mexico
Mexican mealtimes may vary from what you're accustomed to. Here's a guide to meals in Mexico: what time they're eaten and common dishes.

Mexican Traditions for Holy Week, Easter, Semana Santa
Holy Week is a major holiday in Mexico. Find out how Mexicans celebrate Semana Santa, the week leading up to Easter.

Discover the attractions of Yucatan State
Guide to Yucatan: a travel guide to the Mexican state Yucatan with information about population, area, history and major attractions.

8 Great Surf Spots in Mexico for Experienced Surfers
Find the best surf spots in Mexico for experienced surfers. Where to find the greatest waves, when to go.

Baby Sea Turtles in Puerto Vallarta
See a photo of baby sea turtles and other photos of Puerto Vallarta in this Puerto Vallarta photo gallery. Page 11.

Islas Marietas Day Trip from Puerto Vallarta
See a photo of the Islas Marietas and other photos of Puerto Vallarta in this Puerto Vallarta photo gallery. Page 6.

Puerto Vallarta Beach
See a photo of the beach in Puerto Vallarta and other photos of Puerto Vallarta in this Puerto Vallarta photo gallery. Page 3.

Dancers Statue on the Malecon in Puerto Vallarta
The Vallarta Dancers is just one of the many statues and sculptures you can see along the malecon. Page 8.

The Pool at Westin Puerto Vallarta
See photos of Puerto Vallarta. Mexico Travel. Page 10.

Puerto Vallarta Marina Photo
See a photo of the marina in Puerto Vallarta and other photos of Puerto Vallarta in this Puerto Vallarta photo gallery. Page 2.

Puerto Vallarta Sunset
See a photo of a sunset on Banderas Bay and other photos of Puerto Vallarta in this Puerto Vallarta photo gallery. Page 12.

Puerto Vallarta Cathedral Photo
See a photo of the cathedral in Puerto Vallarta and other photos of Puerto Vallarta in this Puerto Vallarta photo gallery.

A Sailboat near the Islas Marietas
See a photo of a sailboat near the Islas Marietas, and other photos of Puerto Vallarta in this Puerto Vallarta photo gallery. Page 7.

Puerto Vallarta's South Shore
See a photo of Puerto Vallarta's south shore, and other photos of Puerto Vallarta in this Puerto Vallarta photo gallery. Page 4.

View of Beach and Pool in Puerto Vallarta
See a photo of a view from a room at the Presidente Intercontinental hotel in Puerto Vallarta and other photos of Puerto Vallarta in this Puerto Vallarta photo gallery. Page 9.

Beach in Puerto Vallarta
See a photo of a Puerto Vallarta beach and other photos of Puerto Vallarta in this Puerto Vallarta photo gallery. Page 5.

Puerto Vallarta Photos
See photos of the beautiful Pacific coast beach destination of Puerto Vallarta.

Guelaguetza Festival 2016 in Oaxaca
The Guelaguetza is a traditional folk dance festival which is celebrated in Oaxaca at the end of July. Find out the dates in 2016.

Daylight Saving Time in Mexico - Horario de Verano
Find out when to change your clock for Daylight Saving Time in Mexico, called

Getting Around Mexico by Bus Travel
Bus travel in Mexico can be both efficient and economical. Many long-distance bus lines provide excellent service across the country.

Volaris Airline
Volaris is a low-cost Mexican airline serving 27 Mexican destinations and a few cities in the United States.

Who and How Much to Tip in Mexico
In Mexico tipping is expected in many situations. Learn about Mexican tipping customs, including who and how much to tip.

March 2016 Festivals and Events in Mexico
Spring break is in full swing this month, and there are also festivities surrounding the spring equinox. Find out what else is on in Mexico in March.

What is a Tope? Driving in Mexico
When driving in Mexico you will come across many topes. Find out what a tope is and what to do when you encounter one.

Puerto Vallarta Fine Dining Restaurants
The best places to eat out in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Five top restaurants in Puerto Vallarta.

Los Cabos Beaches - Mexico's Best White Sand Beaches
Los Cabos has some of Mexico's best white sand beaches.

Akumal Beach - Mexico's Best White Sand Beaches
Akumal is one of our favorite white-sand beaches in Mexico.

Where to Find Mexico's Best White Sand Beaches
Our favorite white-sand beaches in Mexico, from Cabo San Lucas to the Caribbean coastline of the Riviera Maya. Seven perfect stretches of sand for every taste.

Tulum Beach - Mexico's Best White Sand Beaches
Tulum has one of Mexico's best white sand beaches.

Maroma Beach - Mexico's Best White Sand Beaches
Maroma Beach is one of our favorite white-sand beaches in Mexico.

Punta Mita Beach - Mexico's Best White Sand Beaches
The stunning beaches at Punta Mita are among our favorite white-sand beaches in Mexico.

Playa del Carmen - Mexico's Best White Sand Beaches
Playa del Carmen has one of Mexico's best white sand beaches.

Isla Mujeres - Mexico's Best White Sand Beaches
The lovely Isla Mujeres has some of Mexico's best white sand beaches.

Top Mexico City Museums
Mexico City is home to an overwhelming number of museums. Here are 7 outstanding ones that are well worth your time to visit.

Mezcal process - Distillation
The seventh stage of the mezcal process - Distillation

Mezcal Presentation
The many presentations of mezcal

The Process for Making Mezcal
Mezcal is a Mexican drink made from the agave plant that has been gaining popularity. It is made in a traditional way in the state of Oaxaca.

Mezcal process - the agave's spines are removed
The second step in the production of mezcal, the spines of the agave are removed, leaving the heart of the plant.

Mezcal process - the roasted agave
The fourth stage in the mezcal process, the roasted agave is removed from the pit.

Mezcal process - the agave is crushed
The fifth stage of the mezcal process - the agave is crushed

Mezcal process - the agave ferments
The sixth stage in the mezcal process - the agave ferments

Mezcal process - the finished product
Mezcal process - the finished product

Mezcal process - the agave is roasted
The third step in making mezcal, the agave is roasted in a stone-lined pit.

Mexico City's 4 Bus Terminals
There are four main long-distance bus stations in Mexico City. Determine which station you need to get to for buses to your destination.

Travel guide to the Mexican state of Jalisco
Guide to Jalisco: a guide to the Mexican state with information about population, area, history and major attractions.

How to Make Phone Calls to and From Mexico
A guide to making and receiving phone calls in Mexico, with information about country and area codes and phone numbers to call in case of emergency.

Guide to Mexico City Benito Juarez International Airport
Find out how to get to and around the Mexico City Airport with this handy guide to Mexico City's Benito Juarez International Airport.

Travel Guide to the Mexican State of Chiapas
Guide to Chiapas: a travel guide to the Mexican state Chiapas with information about population, area, history and major attractions.

List of Mexican Airlines
Here's a list of Mexico's airlines to look into when contemplating air travel in Mexico.

Viva Aerobus Airline in Mexico
Viva Aerobus is a low-cost Mexican airline serving many Mexican destinations as well as a few cities in the United States.

Christmas Posadas Tradition in Mexico
Posadas are a Mexican Christmas tradition that take place from December 16 to 24. This celebration re-enacts Mary and Joseph's search for shelter.

April 2016 Festivals and Events in Mexico
April is a great month to visit Mexico: the weather is generally hot and dry, so it's a great time to hit the beach, but there are plenty of events to keep you busy as well.

Where to Find Riviera Maya Eco Hotels
A guide to five great eco-hotels on Mexico's Riviera Maya, from the luxury to the rustic.

Eco Hotels of the Riviera Maya - Azulik
A descripion of Azulik, an eco-hotel in Tulum, on Mexico's Riviera Maya.

Eco Hotels of the Riviera Maya - Hacienda Tres Rios
A description of Hacienda Tres Rios, an award-winning eco-hotel on Mexico's Riviera Maya.

Fairmont Mayakoba - Eco Hotels Riviera Maya -
About Fairmont Mayakoba, one of five great eco-resorts on Mexico's Riviera Maya.

Eco Hotels of the Riviera Maya - La Nueva Vida de Ramiro
A description of La Nueva Vida de Ramiro hotel in Tulum, one of five favorite eco-hotels on Mexico's Riviera Maya.

Riviera Maya Eco-Hotels - Hotel Akumal Caribe
A description of Hotel Akumal Caribe, one of five great eco-hotels on Mexico's Riviera Maya.

Romantic Tulum Hotels - Honeymoon-Worthy Stays
Tulum's most romantic hotels range from simple cabanas on the beach to sophisticated oceanfront suites.

Ana y Jose Hotel - Romantic Tulum Hotels
Ana y Jose is a 23-room beachfront resort, one of the five most romantic resorts and hotels in Tulum, Mexico.

Azulik Resort - Romantic Tulum Hotels
Where to find Tulum's most romantic hotels, from simple cabanas on the beach to sophisticated oceanfront suites, including Azulik, a romantic rustic resort on a clothing-optional beach.

Cabanas Copal Tulum - Romantic Tulum Hotels
Cabanas Copal is a rustic beachfront hotel right on the ocean, one of Tulum's most romantic hotels.

La Zebra Hotel - Romantic Tulum Hotels
La Zebra is a sophisticated beachfront resort, one of Tulum's most romantic hotels.

La Nueva Vida de Ramiro - Romantic Tulum Hotels
La Nueva Vida de Ramiro is a charming beachfront eco-resort, one of Tulum's most romantic hotels.

All-Inclusive Family Resorts in Riviera Maya
Family friendly vacations on Mexico's Riviera Maya. All inclusive resorts geared to families on Mexico's beautiful Caribbean coast.

Family All Inclusives Riviera Maya - Akumal Beach Resort
Four great family friendly all inclusives on Mexico's Riviera Maya, including Akumal Beach Resort.

Family All Inclusives Riviera Maya - Dreams Tulum
Four great family friendly all inclusives on Mexico's Riviera Maya, including Dreams Tulum

Family All Inclusives Riviera Maya - Azul Beach by Karisma
Four great family friendly all inclusives on Mexico's Riviera Maya, including Azul Beach by Karisma resort.

Family All Inclusives Riviera Maya - Barcelo Maya Palace Deluxe
Four great family friendly all inclusives on Mexico's Riviera Maya, including Barcelo Maya Palace Deluxe

Where to Find Mexico's Best Islands for Your Needs
Five of Mexico's best islands, from an uninhabited isla in Baja to a fun-filled tourist spot near Cancun.

Winter Beach Vacations and Escapes in Mexico
Here are five great ideas for winter beach vacations in Mexico: family vacations, romantic vacations, adults-only vacations, adventure vacations.

Best Tulum Restaurants from Casual to Elegant
Where to eat in the beachside town of Tulum, Mexico, from casual beachside shacks to romantic fine dining. Six great restaurants options in the main town and the hotel zone.

A Review of Azulik Villas in Tulum, Mexico
Azulik is an adults-only resort in Tulum, Mexico, facing a nude beach. It has fifteen romantic, rustic villas set by the Caribbean Sea.

10 Ways to Make Your Mexican Vacation More Romantic
Make your Mexican vacation more romantic by scheduling in some of these activities that will help reignite the spark.

Tips for Budget Travel in Mexico
You can save a lot of money on your trip to Mexico by choosing wisely where you stay and where you spend your money and

Mexico Travel Documents and Passport Substitutes
For travel to Mexico by land and sea, there are a few valid travel documents that may act as substitutes for a passport.

Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City
The Basilica de Guadalupe in Mexico City is located on Tepeyac Hill where the Virgin of Guadalupe first appeared to Juan Diego in 1531.

Mexican Currency
It's a good idea to get to know Mexican currency before your visit. Here's a run-down with pictures of Mexican paper money.

Winter Travel to Mexico
There are many great reasons to travel to Mexico during the winter. Find out about winter weather in Mexico, festivals and holidays, and special activities for this time of year.

Spring Break in Mexico Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to the most common questions about spring break in Mexico. When is spring break? Is it safe? What is the best destination in Mexico?

Maya Civilization and Culture
The Maya occupied a vast area covering southeast Mexico and the Central American countries of Guatemala, Belize, Honduras and El Salvador.

What to Know Before You Travel to Mexico
Here is some information you want to be sure to be aware of when planning a trip to Mexico.

Tulum Archaeological Site in the Riviera Maya
The ancient Mayan site of Tulum is located in the Riviera Maya south of Cancun. Located on the beautiful Caribbean coast, Tulum is among the most visually striking places in Mexico.

Mayan Ruins of the Yucatan Peninsula
Among the Yucatan Peninsula's most fascinating attractions are the amazing Mayan ruins which can be found throughout the area.

Candlemas in Mexico
Dia de la Candelaria, or Candlemas, is celebrated in Mexico on February 2nd. Find out about the origins of this fiesta and the celebrations that occur on this date.

Mexico's Riviera Maya
The Riviera Maya is a beautiful destination south of Cancun. It has some of Mexico's best beaches and plenty of options for ecotourism and watersports.

Frida Kahlo Museum - La Casa Azul
The family home of Frida Kahlo offers a glimpse into this Mexican artist's life.

Healthy Vacations in Mexico
Here are some ideas for a healthy vacation in Mexico. Whether you're looking to kick-start a fitness plan, enjoy rejuvenating spa treatments, or spend some quiet time reconnecting with nature.

January 2016 Festivals and Events in Mexico
From New Year's celebrations to King's Day and cultural festivals galore, there's plenty to do in Mexico in January.

February Festivals and Events in Mexico
Candelaria celebrations are at the forefront at the beginning of the month, then Carnival celebrations take off, but these aren't the only events in Mexico in February.

Use Your Cell Phone in Mexico
You want to avoid excessive roaming charges but still stay connected: here's what you should know about using your cell phone in Mexico.

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Why You Should Travel to Mexico City in 2016
There are many good reasons to visit Mexico City in 2016. 3 of the world's top restaurants and a favorable exchange rate are just the start.

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Oaxaca City Guide
Oaxaca City history, geography and attractions.

Chichen Itza Visitor's Guide
Chichen Itza, one of the new 7 World Wonders, is the most famous Maya temple city. It was the political and economic center of Maya civilization.

Authorization Letter for Minors Traveling to Mexico
When only one parent is traveling with a child, they must carry a notarized letter from the other parent authorizing the child to travel to Mexico.

Traditions of Lent in Mexico
Lent is the 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Easter. Find out how Lent is observed in Mexico.

Taking Authorized Taxis in Mexico
Authorized taxis can be a safer option for transport from the airport. Here's what you need to know about taking them in Mexico City and other destinations.

WiFi at the Mexico City Airport
Most airports in Mexico do not offer free WiFi, but if you need to connect to the internet, here's a tip for getting WiFi.

UNESCO World Heritage Cities in Mexico
These 10 colonial cities are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are all well worth visiting. Learn about some of Mexico's most representative colonial cities.

Safety Tips When Traveling in Mexico
In order to increase your chances of having a safe and pleasant vacation, follow these tips for Mexico travel safety.

What is Rosca de Reyes?
Rosca de Reyes is a special sweet bread that is eaten on King's Day in Mexico. Find out the history and traditions surrounding this festive food.

Vegetarian Travel in Mexico
If you're a vegetarian contemplating travel to Mexico, don't worry - you won't starve, and you don't have to survive on a diet of rice and beans either, though these may end up being staples.

Poinsettia: Mexican Christmas Flower
The poinsettia is originally from Mexico where it is known as the Flor de Nochebuena. Find out more about the history and legends behind the Poinsettia.

Budget Hotels in Mexico City
Find out where to stay in Mexico City on a budget: these cheap hotels offer affordable, safe and clean accommodation.

Movies Set in Mexico
Discover Mexico through Hollywood's eyes by viewing these movies set in Mexico.

Talavera Poblana Pottery - Mexico Travel
Puebla is world-renowned for its Talavera pottery which comes in various forms, including plates, serving dishes, vases and tiles.

Soumaya Museum in Mexico City
Information about the Soumaya Museum in Mexico City: how to get there, hours, highlights.

Travel Guide to San Cristobal De Las Casas, Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas is a charming colonial city in Chiapas.

San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas
A colonial city with a strong indigenous presence, San Cristobal is located in the highlands of Mexico's southernmost state, Chiapas.

Mazatlan City Guide - A Travel Guide to the City of Mazatlan, Mexico
Explore the city of Mazatlan with this Mazatlan city guide. This travel guide to Mazatlan will give you information about what to do, what to see and where to stay in Mazatlan.

Ports of Call on the Mexican Riviera
Learn about the destinations included in Mexican Riviera cruises, and what you can do in just one day in these ports of call.

Should You Travel to Mexico During Rainy Season?
Find out when is rainy season in Mexico and some ideas for travel during that time of year.

New Year's Eve in Mexico - Año Nuevo
If you'll be ringing in the new year in Mexico, you should know how to celebrate New Year's Eve and New Year's Day the Mexican way..

Mexico's Indigenous Languages
There are over sixty indigenous languages that are spoken in Mexico. Learn the names of the indigenous languages and the number of speakers of each.

Los Cabos Day Trips
When you're ready to seek out fun and adventure beyond the confines of your resort, there's are plenty of fun day trips in the Los Cabos area.

Mexican Christmas Traditions
Mexican Christmas celebrations include traditions such as posadas, pastorelas, villancicos and nacimientos. Here's how to celebrate Christmas in Mexico.

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Mexico's Ancient Civilizations
Mesoamerica was home to many cultural groups. Here's a guide to the most important of Mexico's ancient civilizations and archaeological sites.

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Playa del Carmen, Mexico: Travel Guide
Playa del Carmen is a beachfront city on the Riviera Maya, Mexico. Find out what to see and do in Playa del Carmen with our Playa del Carmen guide.

Puerto Vallarta Travel Guide
Puerto Vallarta is a popular beach resort area and an important port of call for cruise ships.

November Festivals and Events in Mexico
From commemorating the Mexican Revolution to music, film and food festivals, there are plenty of festivals and events happening in Mexico in November.

How to Exchange Money in Mexico
Find out the best way to carry money with you on your trip to Mexico, and where to exchange it to pesos in order to get the best exchange rate.

Essential Spanish Phrases for Travelers to Mexico
Putting a little effort into learning a few simple phrases in Spanish before you travel to Mexico will pay off during your trip.

List of Mexican National Public Holidays
Find out what days are national public holidays in Mexico when banks, schools and government offices are closed.

The Mexican State of Aguascalientes
Guide to Aguascalientes: a guide to the Mexican state Aguascalientes with information about population, area, history and major attractions.

December Events and Festivals in Mexico
This month Mexicans celebrate the Virgin of Guadalupe as well as the posadas and of course, Christmas. Find out what else is on in Mexico in December.

Morelia, Michoacan
Morelia is a charming colonial city with elegant historical buildings of pink stone and a thriving cultural scene.

Day of the Dead - Dia de los Muertos
In some areas of Mexico, this is one of the most important celebrations of the year, when the dead return to celebrate with their living family members.

Visitors Guide to Palenque Archaeological Site
The archaeological site of Palenque is among the most important and impressive ancient Mayan sites. This visitors guide offers essential information for visiting the Palenque ruins.

Travel Guide to Cozumel Island, Quintana Roo
Cozumel is the largest island in the Mexican Caribbean, it's a main port of call for Mayan Riviera cruises and Mexico's best scuba diving destination.

Mexico's Baja California State
Guide to Baja California: a guide to the Mexican state Baja California with information about population, area, history and major attractions.

Fuerte de San Diego Fort in Acapulco
The San Diego Fort is the only colonial-period building still standing in Acapulco and is a testament to Acapulco's rich history.

What Is a Quinceañera and How Is It Celebrated?
Learn about the Mexican custom of the quinceañera and how it is celebrated.

Revolution Day - 20 de Noviembre - Día de la Revolución
November 20th is Revolution Day in Mexico, the day the Mexican revolution is commemorated.

What is a cenote?
You're likely to come across many cenotes while traveling in Mexico, particularly if you visit the Yucatan Peninsula.

Monumento a la Revolucion
The monumento a la Revolucion is an important Mexico City landmark that commemorates the Mexican Revolution. It also houses a museum.

Hemiciclo a Juarez
The Hemiciclo a Juarez is a monument in Mexico City's Alameda park that honors President Benito Juarez.

El Caballito
El Caballito is a statue in Mexico City that depicts Charles IV of Spain mounted on a horse.

Diana la Cazadora
The statue of Diana the Huntress is one of the recognizable landmarks of Mexico City.

Monumento a los Niños Heroes
The monument to the Niños Heroes in Mexico City honors a group of military cadets who died defending the castle of Chapultepec from U.S. troops.

Mexico City Monument: Angel de la Independencia
The Angel de la Independencia is one of Mexico City's most recognizable landmarks.

Eating in Mexico - A Dining Guide
When you think of Mexican food, you may think of tacos, refried beans and melted cheese. Well, there's a lot more to it than that. This guide to dining in Mexico will give you some practical tips about eating in Mexico.

Chinkungunya in Mexico
Chikungunya is on the rise in Mexico. Here's what you should know about this mosquito-borne virus including symptoms, treatment and how to avoid infection.

Hanal Pixan: Day of the Dead Among the Maya
The celebration of Day of the Dead among the Yucatecan Maya is called Hanal Pixan. There are some traditions that are particular to this area.

Cempasuchil Flowers for Day of the Dead
Cempasuchitl, also called

The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef
The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System stretches over 600 miles and is home to over 500 species of fish.

Tianguis definition and history
A tianguis is a type of market that springs up for the day in a park or in the street. The tradition dates back to ancient Mesoamerica.

Zocalo definition and history
In Mexico, the word zocalo is used to refer to a city or town's main plaza. Learn about the origins and history of the term.

El Chepe Copper Canyon Railway
The best way to see the Copper Canyon is on El Chepe, the Chihuahua al Pacifico railway that take you through the spectacular landscape.

Monte Alban Archaeological Site in Oaxaca
Monte Alban archaeological site in Oaxaca is among Mexico's most important and impressive ancient sites.

Arrocito Beach - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas has nine bays, which offer visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 15.

La Crucecita Church - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas has nine bays, which offer visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 12.

La Crucecita - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas, has nine bays offering visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 13.

Palm Tree at Chahue Bay- Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas, has nine bays offering visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 6.

The Beach at San Agustin Bay - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas, has nine bays offering visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 16.

Santa Cruz Bay - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas has nine bays, which offer visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 2.

Shopping - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas has nine bays, which offer visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 14.

Arrocito Beach - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas has nine bays, which offer visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 4.

Beach Palapas - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas, has nine bays offering visitors a variety of beach experiences.

Beachside Entertainment - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas, has nine bays offering visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 9.

Santa Cruz Marina - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas, has nine bays offering visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 3.

Huatulco Hotels - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas, has nine bays offering visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 10.

La Crucecita Plaza Kiosk - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas, has nine bays offering visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 11.

La Entrega Beach - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
La Entrega is one of the beaches of Huatulco. Revolutionary hero Vicente Guerrero was handed over here, giving the beach its name. Page 5.

Santa Cruz Beach - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas, has nine bays offering visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 8.

View of the Bays - Huatulco Beach Resort Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas, has nine bays offering visitors a variety of beach experiences. Page 7.

Huatulco Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas has nine bays, which offer visitors a variety of beach experiences.

Huatulco Photo Gallery
Huatulco, one of Mexico's beautiful beach resort areas has nine bays, which offer visitors a variety of beach experiences.

Xochimilco: Floating Gardens of Mexico City
Xochimilco is a World Heritage Site and a fun place to visit on a trip to Mexico City. Take a ride on a trajinera and discover the floating gardens.

Templo Mayor Archaeological Site and Museum
Templo Mayor is an Aztec archaeological site and museum located in the heart of Mexico City. Learn its history and important visitor information.

Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula Overview for Tourists
Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula offers a wide range of activities and attractions from beautiful beaches, ecological reserves, colonial cities and vibrant culture.

Budget Hotels in Merida - Where to Stay
Find out where to stay in Merida on a budget: these cheap hotels offer affordable, safe and clean accommodation.

Tourist Guide to Merida
Travel guide to Merida, capital of the Mexican state of Yucatan.

JW Marriott
The JW Marriott is a luxury resort with some special amenities for young guests such as a games center for teens and kids spa services.

Club Med Cancun Yucatan
The Club Med Cancun Yucatan offers fun and adventure for guests of all ages. Learn to fly on the trapeze or do some music mixing.

Cancun Resorts for Families with Kids
Cancun has many resorts with special offerings for families with children and teens. Here are our top picks of family-friendly places to stay.

Paradisus Cancun
The Paradisus Cancun's family concierge offers personalized attention and special amenities for families with children.

Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach
Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach debuted its new high tech indoor/outdoor Coral Kidz club that caters to children of a variety of ages.

Grand Oasis Palm
The Grand Oasis Palm hotel has an extra-large kids club with a water slide and family suites with fun decor.

Dreams Sands Cancun
The Dreams Sands Cancun has extended kids club hours so parents can enjoy some alone time, and a special area for teens to get together.

Hotel Tonight App Review
Hotel Tonight is an app that allows you to find last minute deals on hotel rooms. It offers hotels in Mexico and around the world.

Selecting a suite at Secrets Puerto Los Cabos
When selecting your room at Secrets Puerto Los Cabos consider whether you'd rather have a swim-out suite or a view of the ocean.

Dining at Secrets Puerto Los Cabos
The Secrets Puerto Los Cabos offers a variety of dining options. Guests can try different international cuisines or get simple fare at the buffet.

Events at Secrets Puerto Los Cabos
The Secrets Puerto Los Cabos is a good choice for a destination wedding or a conference, with ample space for many types of events.

Adult-Only All-Inclusive in Puerto Los Cabos
Secrets Puerto Los Cabos is an adult-only all-inclusive located in the Puerto Los Cabos development near San Jose del Cabo.

Guest Rooms at Secrets Puerto Los Cabos
Guest rooms at the Secrets Puerto Los Cabos are spacious and comfortable, with tubs for two and many other comforts.

The Beach at Secrets Puerto Los Cabos
The Secrets Puerto Los Cabos has a beautiful beach and a beach bar with comfortable day beds from which guests enjoy the view.

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Activities at Secrets Puerto Los Cabos
Guests staying at the Secrets Puerto Los Cabos can enjoy golf, spa treatments, as well as a variety of other fun activities.

Location of Secrets Puerto Los Cabos
This Secrets Resort is located in the Puerto Los Cabos area near San Jose del Cabo. Find contact information for the resort.

7 Unforgettable Adventures in Mexico
From jumping off waterfalls to riding on horseback through the streets of a colonial town, here are a few unexpected adventures to enjoy on your trip to Mexico.

Carnival Destinations in Mexico
Carnaval (Carnival) celebrations take place the week before Ash Wednesday. You don't have to go to Brazil to celebrate - Carnaval is celebrated in many different destinations in Mexico.

San Miguel de Allende
San Miguel de Allende is a picturesque colonial city that is popular with expats.

Mexican fiesta on the water
Find the phone numbers, address, social media accounts, and website for Xoximilco park in Cancun.

Mariachi Music
If you're planning to go to Xoximilco this is what you should know: what to wear, what to take, go in a group or alone.

Wedding Chapel at Xoximilco
Have your wedding or other special event at Xoximilco. The picturesque Niño Pa chapel is perfect for it.

Getting to Xoximilco
Xoximilco is located just south of Cancun and north of the Riviera Maya. You can organize transportation when you buy your ticket.

Trajinera boats at Xoximilco
Ride a trajinera in Xoximilco, a traditional flat-bottomed boat pushed along by a rower with a long pole.

Sample Mexican Food at Xoximilco
Expand your taste buds at Xoximilco by sampling some Mexican foods you may have never heard of.

Norteño Musical Group
At Xoximilco you'll enjoy a wide variety of Mexican music including mariachi, norteño and marimba.

Mayan Legend at Xoximilco
Learn about Mayan legends at Xoximilco and see a shadow play.

Musical entertainment at Xoximilco
Plan to arrive at Xoximilco around 7 pm so you have time to enjoy some Mexican treats, take photos and get ready for the boat ride.

Xoximilco: A taste of Mexico in Cancun
Xoximilco offers a fun evening out in Cancun that includes Mexican food and drink, entertainment, fun, and a chance to learn about Mexican culture.

Diego Rivera - Frida Kahlo House Studio Museum
Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo lived for some years in this house studio in the San Angel Inn area of Mexico City that was designed for them.

Royal Hideaway Playacar - Luxury Resort in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico
Royal Hideaway Playacar Review. Overview of Royal Hideaway Playacar resort, Playa Del Carmen.

Dolores Olmedo Museum in Mexico City
The Dolores Olmedo Museum contains a large collection of works by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera and has extensive grounds with numerous peacocks.

5 Kid-Friendly Mexican Dishes
Kids can be picky and that can be especially difficult when you're traveling. Here are 5 foods you'll find in Mexico that your kids are bound to love.

Plan your Route with Point-to-Point Routes Tool
If you'll be driving in Mexico, you should use the point-to-point routes tool for planning your route.

Mexico Travel: Mordida (Bribe) - How To Pay, Why Not To
The custom of paying mordidas in government offices is not as widespread as it was. Avoid paying whenever possible.

Driving in Mexico
Considering driving in Mexico? It will give you more freedom than relying on other forms of transportation, but also some special concerns.

Transportation in Mexico - Getting Around
Find out the best way to get around Mexico with this list of modes of transportation and the pros and cons of each.

Mexico City Travel Guide
Here is all the information you need to enjoy your trip to Mexico City, including Mexico City sights and attractions, getting there and getting around, where to stay and where to eat in Mexico City.

Facts about Mexico
Basic travel facts about Mexico, including Mexico's geography, climate, government, population, currency and time zones.

Temazcal: Traditional Mexican Sweat Lodge
Find out what a temazcal is and how it is used in Mexico.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Mexico
33 places in Mexico are considered to be of outstanding universal value and included on UNESCO's list of Heritage of Humanity sites.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Mexico
33 places in Mexico are considered to be of outstanding universal value and included on UNESCO's list of Heritage of Humanity sites.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Mexico
33 places in Mexico are considered to be of outstanding universal value and included on UNESCO's list of Heritage of Humanity sites.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Mexico
33 places in Mexico are considered to be of outstanding universal value and included on UNESCO's list of Heritage of Humanity sites.

Frida Kahlo Biography
Frida Kahlo a Mexican artist with her own distinctive style, has become a feminist icon with a cult following.

Things To Do in Veracruz
The port city of Veracruz offers a variety of sights and attractions. Visitors to this vibrant city will find plenty to do. Here are our favorites.

The Alameda Park
Alameda Park in Mexico City is a lovely green space in Mexico City's historical center that has a great many statues and monuments.

The National Palace, A Walking Tour of Mexico City
The National Palace is Mexico's federal government building off of the Zocalo. It contains a series of murals by Diego Rivera.

The Great Temple of the Aztecs
On a walking tour of Mexico City, visit the Templo Mayor, the great temple of the Aztecs, dedicated to the gods Huitzilophochtli and Tlaloc.

The Metropolitan Cathedral
Mexico City's Metropolitan Cathedral was built over three centuries beginning in 1573 and contains religious art from the colonial period.

The House of Tiles (Casa de los Azulejos)
The House of Tiles (Casa de los Azulejos) in Mexico City is covered with talavera tiles from Puebla.

Plaza Tolsa, El Caballito
In Mexico City's Plaza Tolsa you can see the El Caballito statue and visit the national art museum.

Post Office Palace
Mexico City's Palacio Postal (Post Office Palace) is a fine example of early 20th century architecture.

Torre Latinoamericana
The Torre Latinoamericana is one of the distinctive buildings of Mexico City's historical center.

The Fine Arts Palace (Palacio de Bellas Artes)
The Fine Arts Palace (Palacio de Bellas Artes) was designed by Italian architect Adamo Boari to commemorate the centenary of Mexican independence.

Monarch Butterfly Reserves in Michoacan, Mexico
There are several Monarch butterfly reserves in the state of Mexico and Michoacan. The two most popular reserves to visit are the El Rosario Reserve and Sierra Chincua Reserves.

Monarch Butterfly Migration in Mexico
Monarch Butterflies migrate every year from Canada and the United States to their wintering grounds in California and Mexico.

When to visit the Monarch Butterfly Reserves in Mexico
Find out when is the best time of year to visit the Monarch butterfly reserves in Mexico, and also the opening times of the reserves.

Getting to the Monarch Butterfly Reserve from Mexico City
Find out how to get to the Monarch butterfly reserves from Mexico City. Get there by bus or by car. Driving directions to the Monarch butterfly reserves and map of the area.

Where to Stay when visiting Mexico's Monarch Reserves
Find out where to stay when visiting the Monarch butterfly reserves. Lists of hotels in Angangueo and hotels in Zitacuaro.

Tips for Visiting Mexico's Monarch Butterfly Reserves
Here are some tips to help your visit to Mexico's Monarch butterfly reserves go smoothly.

Monarch Butterfly Reserves in Mexico
Information about Monarch butterflies and guide to visiting the Monarch butterfly reserves in Mexico, as well as photos of Monarch butterflies.

Monarch Butterfly Life Cycle
The Monarch Butterfly's life cycle consists of four distinct stages on its way from egg to adult.

Anahuacalli Museum in Mexico City
This museum in Mexico City houses artist Diego Rivera's collection of pre-Hispanic art. The building is of his own design and is full of symbolism.

Scuba Diving on the Yucatan Peninsula
The best places to scuba dive on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, including dive spots for reef diving, wreck diving and cave diving.

Cancun Itinerary
Cancun is Mexico's most popular resort area. Here is a suggested itinerary for a few days in Cancun.

Merida and Cancun: A One Week Itinerary
Merida and Cancun are located on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Here is a suggested itinerary for a week in Merida and Cancun.

Merida Itinerary
Merida is a colonial city in the Yucatan Peninsula. Here is a suggested itinerary for a few days in Merida.

Mexico Day Pack Essentials
Don't carry too much! These are the things you should take with you for a day of sightseeing in Mexico.

Best Riviera Maya Spas – Grand Sirenis Spa
The spa at Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya, one of five exceptional spas on Mexico's Riviera Maya

Best Riviera Maya Spas – Fairmont Mayakoba Spa
Willow Stream Spa at Fairmont Mayakoba, one of five exceptional spas on Mexico's Riviera Maya

Best Riviera Maya Spas - Maroma Resort & Spa
Maroma Resort & Spa, one of five exceptional spas on Mexico's Riviera Maya

Great Riviera Maya Spas - Where to Find the Best Riviera Maya Spas
Five exceptional spas on Mexico's Riviera Maya Carribean coastline, from rustic eco-spas to high-tech mega-resort spas.

Excellence Resort Playa Mujeres - Best Riviera Maya Spas
The spa at Excellence Resort Playa Mujeres is one of our top five exceptional resort spas on Mexico's Riviera Maya.

Best Riviera Maya Spas – Copal Spa Tulum
The Maya Spa at Cabanas Copal, one of five exceptional spas on Mexico's Riviera Maya

3 Mexico City Restaurants on World's Top 50 List
Mexico City is home to a flourishing gastronomic scene and three of its restaurants have been ranked among the top 50 in the world.

Pujol Restaurant in Mexico City
Pujol restaurant in Mexico City is ranked among the top 50 restaurants in the world.

Quintonil Restaurant in Mexico City
Quintonil restaurant in Mexico City is ranked among the top 50 restaurants in the world.

Biko Restaurant in Mexico City
Biko restaurant in Mexico City is ranked among the top 50 restaurants in the world.

Unexpected Acapulco Activities - Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Acapulco
Acapulco holds some surprises for visitors who choose to explore beyond the usual sun and surf activities. Here are some things that you probably didn't realize you could do in Acapulco.

Stand-Up Paddle Boarding - Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Acapulco
Stand-up paddle boarding is an activity that you probably didn't know you could do in Acapulco.

Release a Baby Sea Turtle - Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Acapulco
You can get involved in sea turtle conservation on a trip to Acapulco.

Learn About History - Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Acapulco
Learn about history on a trip to Acapulco.

Connect with Nature - Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Acapulco
There are natural areas near Acapulco with abundant flora and fauna.

Enjoy Classical Music - Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Acapulco
One of the activities you may not expect to do in Acapulco is enjoy a classical music concert by the city's Philharmonic Orchestra.

Coba Maya Encounter Tour with Alltournative
Alltournative tour company offers a Coba Maya Encounter Experience which includes a guided tour of Coba archaeological site, a visit with a Maya family and a swim in a cenote.

Visit a Maya Family - Alltournative Coba Maya Excursion
The Alltournative Coba Maya Ville Excursion includes a visit to the home of a Mayan family that lives in a secluded area.

Alltournative Buffet Lunch
Travelers on the Coba Maya Ville excursion work up an appetite which is satisfied at a buffet lunch that is included in the tour.

Mayan Shaman Blessing for Cenote - Alltournative Coba Maya Ville
A shaman blesses visitors before they enter the cenote to rid them of negative energy.

Chi Much Cenote - Alltournative Coba Maya Excursion
At the end of a day's activities, a dip in a cenote is the perfect way to cool off.

Contact Alltournative Offtrack Adventures
Alltournative offers a variety of excursions for people staying in Cancun or the Riviera Maya. Here is their contact information.

Los Cipreses Restaurant - Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca
The hotel restaurant of Hacienda Los Laureles is called Los Cipreses.

Le Petit Spa - Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca
The spa at Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca is called Le Petit Spa, and offers a full range of treatments.

San Felipe del Agua, Oaxaca - Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles
The Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles is located in a suburb of Oaxaca called San Felipe del Agua.

The Lobby - Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca
The Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles is furnished with elegant dark wood and light fabrics.

Hacienda-Style Architecture - Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca
The Hotel Hacienda los Laureles has hacienda-style architecture with wooden ceiling beams, original flooring and roofed walkways surrounding a central patio.

Solarium - Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca
Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles architecture is a mixed style with both colonial and European features.

Guest Room - Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca
Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles has spacious rooms with ample amenities.

Master Suite - Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca
There are four master suites in the Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles, and each one is unique, but all are spacious and comfortable.

Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca
The Hacienda Los Laureles boutique hotel in Oaxaca has an interesting history.

Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca
You can enjoy a romantic dinner for two at the Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles in Oaxaca.

Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles Oaxaca
The Hacienda Los Laureles boutique hotel in Oaxaca has an interesting history.

Must-Visit Archaeological Sites in Mexico
Mexico has over 180 archaeological sites that are open to visitors. These are the ones we consider must-visit sites.

Must-Visit Archaeological Sites in Mexico: Teotihuacan
The archaeological site Teotihuacan, located in the state of Mexico, is one of the must-visit ancient ruins in Mexico

Must-Visit Archaeological Sites in Mexico: Chichen Itza
Chichen Itza in Yucatan state is one of the must-visit archaeological sites in Mexico.

Must-Visit Archaeological Sites in Mexico: Monte Alban
Monte Alban archaeological site, in Oaxaca state, is one of the must-visit ancient ruins in Mexico.

Must-Visit Archaeological Sites in Mexico: Palenque
Palenque archaeological site in Chiapas state is one of the must-visit ancient ruins in Mexico.

Must-Visit Archaeological Sites in Mexico: El Tajin
The archaeological site El Tajin, in the state of Veracruz, is one of Mexico's must-visit ancient ruins.

Mayan Elder with Ixchel - Sacred Mayan Journey
A Mayan elder with a feather headdress stands beside a statue of fertility goddess Ixchel.

Produce in the Mayan Market - Sacred Mayan Journey
A variety of produce is for sale in the interactive Mayan market at Xcaret.

Scarlet Macaw in the Kii'Wik Market at Xcaret - Sacred Mayan Journey
Tropical birds, such as this scarlet macaw brought color to the interactive Mayan market at Xcaret.

Weaving on a backstrap loom at the Kii'Wik market - Sacred Mayan Journey
A woman in the Kii'Wik Interactive Mayan Market at Xcaret weaves on a backstrap loom.

Children in the Kii'Wik Market - Sacred Mayan Journey
Children in the Kii'Wik interactive Mayan market sell ceramic items.

Facepainting at the Interactive Market - Sacred Mayan Journey
Visitors to the interactive Mayan market at Xcaret get their faces painted.

Xoloitzcuintle at the Kii'Wik Market in Xcaret - Sacred Mayan Journey
A Mexican hairless dog, or xoloitzcuintle at the interactive Mayan market at Xcaret.

Dance Ritual at the Interactive Market - Sacred Mayan Journey
Mayan dancers perform a dance ritual honoring the goddess Ixchel in the interactive market at Xcaret.

Interactive Mayan Market at Xcaret - Sacred Mayan Journey
The Sacred Mayan Journey kicks off with an interactive Mayan market in Xcaret.

Cacao for Currency - Interactive Mayan Market at Xcaret
Just as in ancient times, in the interactive Mayan market, cacao beans are used as currency.

Chalupas - Mexican Street Food
Mexico Travel. Page 6.

Tianguis Turistico 2015 in Acapulco's Mundo Imperial
The 2015 edition of Mexico's premier tourism fair Tianguis Turistico was held in Acapulco at the ultra-modern Mundo Imperial.

Political Map of Mexico - Mexico Maps - A Selection of Maps of Mexico and Satellite Images
View maps and satellite images of Mexico. Page 2.

Mexican States Map
Here's a map of Mexican states with links to information about the states. Page 3.

Mexico Maps - A Selection of Maps of Mexico and Satellite Images
View maps and satellite images of Mexico.

Travel Guide to the Mexican State of Guerrero
Guide to Guerrero: a guide to the Mexican state with information about population, area, history and major attractions.

Travel Trade Shows in Mexico
There are a few travel trade shows that take place yearly in Mexico. Here is some information about some of the trade shows and tourism fairs in Mexico.

Tianguis Turistico - Mexico Tourism Trade Show
Tianguis Turistico is a tourism trade show that is held each spring in a different Mexican destination each year. It is the largest tourism fair in Mexico.

Acapulco Travel Guide
Acapulco is one of Mexico's most popular beach resort destinations. This travel guide gives an overview of the city as well as information on what to do and where to stay.

ATMEX - Adventure Travel Mexico Fair
ATMEX is Mexico's adventure travel fair. The 2014 edition of ATMEX will be held from August 26 to 29, 2014 in Chiapas.

Kids Stay Free Specials at Mexico Resorts
Kids stay free deals make a family vacation much more affordable! Take advantage of savings on resorts in Mexico for this summer and fall.

Definition of Chilaquiles
Definition of chilaquiles, a traditional Mexican breakfast dish.

Iberostar Cozumel - A Review of Iberostar Cozumel
Iberostar Cozumel is an all-inclusive resort located on Cozumel island, off of Mexico's Riviera Maya.

Vacation Ideas for Summer in Mexico
Five ideas for vacationing in Mexico this summer, from learning to surf to diving the Yucatan Peninsula's freshwater cenotes.

Hotel La Palapa on Isla Holbox Mexico
A review of Hotel La Palapa, a mid-range hotel on the beach in Isla Holbox, Mexico.

A Guide to Mexico's Isla Holbox
A guide to Holbox, an island near Cancun, known for its whale shark tours and great bird watching. Isla Holbox, Mexico, a great beach vacation.

Sea Turtle Conservation Mexico
Ideas on how to get involved with saving sea turtles in Mexico.

Oaxaca Rug Weaving
Wool rugs from the state of Oaxaca are one of the handicrafts visitors to Mexico may buy. Find out how they're made and what to look for when purchasing a Zapotec rug.

Mexico's Intangible Cultural Heritage - Mexican Culture
These are the aspects of Mexican culture which have been recognized by UNESCO as being part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Cancun: Oasis Palm and Grand Oasis Palm Resort Review
The Oasis Palm is an all-inclusive, family friendly resort in Cancun, with lots of amenities for kids.

Profile of the Oasis Sens Resort in Cancun
The Oasis Sens is an all-inclusive resort in Cancun. This is the Oasis' chain's adult-only resort, with a quiet, relaxed ambiance.

Grand Oasis & Oasis Cancun: All-Inclusive Resort Review
The Oasis Cancun and Grand Oasis Cancun is an all-inclusive resort in Cancun.

Oasis Resorts in Cancun and the Riviera Maya
We explore the Oasis hotels and resorts in Cancun and the Riviera Maya so you can select the one that's best for you.

Oaxacan Food - What to Eat and Drink in Oaxaca
Oaxaca is one of Mexico's popular foodie destinations. Here are some foods and drinks you should sample on a visit to Oaxaca.

Mezcal - Oaxacan Drink
Mezcal. Mexico Travel.

Tejate - Traditional Oaxacan Drink
Tejate is a prehispanic drink which is still consumed in Oaxaca.

Mole - Oaxacan Food
Mole is a type of rich sauce of which there are many varieties. Mole is one of the foods that you should try on a trip to Oaxaca.

Tamales - Oaxacan Food
Tamales de mole negro is one of the foods that you should try on a trip to Oaxaca.

Quesillo - Oaxaca String Cheese - Oaxacan Food
Quesillo is a string cheese which is produced in Oaxaca.

Tlayudas - Oaxacan Food
Tlayudas are oversize tortillas prepared with beans, cheese, vegetables and meat. They are one of the foods you should try on a trip to Oaxaca.

Chapulines - Spicy Grasshoppers - Oaxacan Food
Spicy grasshoppers called chapulines are one of the foods you should try on a trip to Oaxaca.

Caldo de Piedra - Stone Soup - Oaxacan Food
Caldo de piedra or stone soup, is one of the foods you should try on a trip to Oaxaca.

Barbacoa - Barbecued Meat - Oaxacan Food
Barbacoa is a meat cooked in an underground pit. You should try barbacoa on a trip to Oaxaca.

Chocolate - Oaxacan Chocolate
Oaxaca is known for its chocolate production. You should sample Oaxacan chocolate on a trip to Oaxaca.

Hotels and Resorts
Find out where to stay in Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo, neighboring destinations on Mexico's Pacific coast.

Las Brisas Ixtapa
Las Brisas Ixtapa is a resort offering beautiful ocean views and either all-inclusive or European plans.

Presidente Intercontinental Ixtapa
The Presidente Intercontinental is an all-inclusive family friendly resort that is located on a prime spot at the center of the Ixtapa Bay.

Sunscape Dorado Pacifico Ixtapa
The Sunscape Dorado Pacifico Ixtapa has plenty of options that make it a great choice for a getaway with kids or teens.

Viceroy Zihuatanejo
The Viceroy Zihuatanejo is a luxurious hotel situated on Playa La Ropa in Zihuatanejo.

Tacos Arabes - What to Eat in Puebla
Tacos Arabes are one of the foods you shouldn't miss on a trip to Puebla.

Poblano Food - What to Eat in Puebla
Puebla is one of Mexico's popular foodie destinations. Here are some foods and drinks you should sample on a visit.

Mole Poblano - What to Eat in Puebla
Mole poblano is a type of rich sauce made with a wide variety of ingredients including chiles. Mole poblano is one of the foods that you should try on a trip to Puebla.

Chiles en Nogada - What to Eat in Puebla
Chiles en Nogada are a Mexican dish par excellence. They were invented by the nuns in the Convent of Santa Monica.

Chalupas - What to Eat in Puebla
Chalupas are a popular street food in Puebla. This is one of the foods you should try on a visit to Puebla.

Cemitas and Pelonas - What to Eat in Puebla
Cemitas are one of the foods you shouldn't miss on a trip to Puebla.

Traditional Sweets - What to Eat in Puebla
A number of sweets and candies are produced in Puebla. You should sample some of Puebla's dulces tradicionales on your trip to this Mexican city.

Why Is Cinco De Mayo Celebrated More in the U.S.?
Cinco de Mayo is seen in the U.S. as the day to celebrate Mexican food, culture, traditions and booze. In Mexico, it's celebrated in a low-key manner. Find out why.

Riviera Nayarit
The Riviera Nayarit is a beautiful beach destination north of Puerto Vallarta. It has beautiful beaches and lots of options for ecotourism and watersports.

Cinco De Mayo in Mexico (Origins and Celebrations)
In Mexico the Cinco de Mayo holiday is a commemoration of a battle that took place in Puebla in 1862. Festivities in Puebla are particularly vibrant.

Cruise the Canals in Xochimilco
Taking a boat ride in the canals of Xochimilco is a fun excursion for families with children.

Mexico City: Family-Friendly Destination
Mexico City offers many fun and educational activities for children. Here are a few of our favorite family friendly things to do in Mexico's capital.

Take the Turibus
The Turibus is a convenient way to get around Mexico City with kids.

Chapultepec Park
Chapultepec Park offers an abundance of family-friendly activities including a zoo, children's museum and amusement park.

Papalote Children's Museum
The Papalote Children's Museum in Mexico City offers interactive fun for children of all ages.

Kidzania's Ciudad de los Niños
Kidnzania's La Ciudad de los Niños is a fun place for families to spend the day in Mexico City.

Where To Eat with Kids in Mexico City
Here are a few of our favorite family-friendly restaurants in Mexico City.

Things to Do in Puerto Vallarta - Activities in Puerto Vallarta
Dining out, art tours, adventure trips and more in Puerto Vallarta.

What to do in case of emergency in Mexico
Don't call 911: in Mexico there are different emergency assistance numbers. Find out who to call if you have a travel emergency.

Mérida's Paseo de Montejo
Paseo de Montejo was modeled after the Champs Elysees and it''s where Mérida's most sumptuous mansions are located.

Yucatan University in Mérida
The Yucatan University building in Mérida dates to the early 18th century, and hosts cultural events that are open to the public.

Santa Ana Church in Mérida
Santa Ana church is one of Mérida's historical churches that was likely built on top of a Prehispanic base.

Mérida City Museum
The Mérida City museum is a free museum that offers insight into the city's development, from ancient times to the present day.

Monumento a la Patria in Mérida
The Monumento a la Patria in Mérida is a beautiful stone monument that depicts Mexico's history.

Merida's Main Plaza
The main plaza is the heart of Merida and a great point for starting your exploration of the city.

Visit the Casa de Montejo Museum in Merida
The Casa de Montejo is one of the finest examples of plateresque building in Mexico. It now houses a museum.

Parque de la Maternidad in Mérida
Mérida has many lovely green spaces. This one is dedicated to mothers.

Merida's Cathedral
Mérida's cathedral is one of the oldest in the Americas and though it is simple, it is quite beautiful.

The Government Palace in Mérida
Mérida's government palace contains several murals painted by Yucatecan artist Fernando Castro Pacheco.

Yucatecan Cuisine - Popular Dishes from the Yucatan
Information about Yucatecan cuisine and a glossary of popular dishes found in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.

5 Surprising Facts About Cinco de Mayo
Misconceptions abound about the Cinco de Mayo holiday. Here are a few facts about this holiday that may surprise you.

What to See and Do at Xcaret
Here are ten activities and attractions you shouldn't miss in Xcaret Park in the Riviera Maya.

Regional Wildlife Breeding Area and Aviary
Xcaret has a macaw breeding program that won a Guinness World Record for the most macaws born in one place.

Xcaret's Coral Reef Aquarium
The coral reef aquarium at Xcaret offers a wonderful opportunity to learn about the underwater life of a coral reef.

Xcaret's Butterfly Pavilion
At Xcaret's butterfly pavilion you can learn about the life cycle of butterflies, and walk amongst them as they flutter around you.

Underground River at Xcaret
A popular activity at Xcaret is swimming in the network of underground rivers.

Mayan Village and Mexican Cemetery at Xcaret
Visit the Mayan village at Xcaret for a glimpse into the traditional way of life of the Maya.

Xcaret Archaeological Site
There are authentic Mayan ruins within Xcaret park. You can visit the archaeological site on a day at Xcaret.

Xcaret Beach
The calm beach at Xcaret is a great place to stop for a rest on your

Hacienda Henequenera and Folk Art Museum at Xcaret
Xcaret has a hacienda demonstrating the production of sisal, an important crop in the history of the Yucatan Peninsula. The main house of the hacienda serves as a folk art museum.

Mexico Espectacular Show
Xcaret's Mexico Espectacular show is a wonderful display of Mexican culture, from prehispanic times to the present day.

Swimming in Cenotes, Cycling and Kayaking in Yucatan
Yucatan state offers many opportunities for adventure and ecotourism, including cycling, kayaking, and swimming in cenotes.

Kayaking to a Hidden Spring
A kayak adventure in the Yucatan through a channel in a mangrove forest leads to a hidden spring for a refreshing dip.

About Maya Amazing Adventures
Maya Amazing Adventures is an adventure tour company based in Merida, Yucatan.

Exploring Caves
Exploring the Santa Rita cave system in the Yucatan you'll find some vestiges of the cave's ancient dwellers.

Diving into Cenotes
There are over 2000 cenotes in Yucatan state and many are suitable for swimming.

Tlatelolco - Plaza of 3 Cultures in Mexico City
The Plaza of Three Cultures in Mexico City was once the commercial center of the Aztec civilization and now has examples of pre-hispanic, colonial, and modern-day architecture.

How to Travel to Mexico With Your Pet
Planning a trip to Mexico and want to take you pet? Find out the rules for entering Mexico with pets and what steps you should take in advance.

Acapulco Cliff Divers at La Quebrada
The cliff divers of Acapulco have been performing their impressive stunts for tourists since the 1930s. Find out when and where to see them.