No doubt that Xel-Ha has become a trendy and sought-after attraction in Quintana Roo. This ecological park is only an hour and a half from Cancun.
Are you thinking of retiring in Mexico? The warm beaches, the food, and the variety of Magical Towns and cities that make it up are part of the attractions that thousands of retirees find in our country.
It seems that Mexico never ceases to amaze me with all the small towns throughout the country, and Lo de Marcos Nayarit is no exception.
Chetumal is the capital of one of Mexico’s most beautiful and most visited states by tourists: Quintana Roo. Located in the country’s southeast, Chetumal is known for being where Mexico begins, referring to its location on the border with Belize.
Road trips are always a good idea, and driving around Mexico is no exception. Getting away with your family, partner, or friends and visiting magical destinations make your life much more beautiful.
The Mexican Riviera, unlike the Riviera Maya, comprises three very different beach destinations. Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta make up this popular Riviera that is a destination for cruise ships coming from Los Angeles or San Francisco.
I bet you haven’t heard of Isla Aguada Campeche, a heavenly little “island” in the heart of the beautiful Mexican Gulf. I will tell you about what activities you can do on your visit and a little bit of its history to learn more about this Magical Town and maybe encourage you to visit.
If you’re planning on fishing in Mexico on your next vacation, you came to the right spot. There are many places where sport fishing is allowed. This is thanks to the vast coastline of the Mexican geography.
The Mayan route brings together important elements such as history, culture, and nature places like Quintana Roo, Campeche, and Yucatan…
Although selecting the most beautiful cities in Mexico is challenging, I have chosen 20 that stand out among them all. One of every four cities in the Americas declared World Heritage by Unesco is Mexican, which highlights the beauty of Mexico’s metropolises.