Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Visiting Cabo San Lucas – After the Hurricane

There’s been more than a little trouble in paradise recently, but despite feeling the full force of Hurricane Odile on September 14th, Cabo San Lucas is bouncing back and locals are encouraging tourists not to postpone their travels and help bring much-needed business back to the region.

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October 15, 2014 by
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Maguey Bay

Where to See the Sunset in Huatulco

Huatulco is fast becoming a traveler’s paradise. Perched on the bottom of the Mexican state of Oaxaca, this amazing fishing town is loved by all for its subtle charms and sleepy laid-back vibe. And such are Huatulco’s charms that, in recent years, travelers have flocked to this little alcove of Pacific beachfront. Weddings are commonplace, as are honeymoons, and if you’re looking for something fun to do in Huatulco, you’ll have your fair share of options. So when romance sets in, all you have to do to catch an amazing sunset is to look south toward the beach.

Sometimes, however, that’s not enough. You’ve got a special occasion, you’ve got a camera, this moment’s got to matter – you’ve got to get out there and find the perfect spot. If this is you, if you’ve got someone special you’ve got to impress, this post is for you.

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October 10, 2014 by
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Locals Guide to the Ruins of Veracruz

Cempoala Ruins.

Veracruz might be better known for its sunsets and beachfront, but when it comes time to explore the intricacies of this amazing Mexican town, the locals turn their attention to the amazing wealth of Mesoamerican archeological sites the area has become famous for. Sure, on your first trip to Verzcruz you undoubtedly have to take a day trip to check out the best of the Veracruz, but truth be told, outside the walls of Veracruz is where the real action lies – in all the beaches, the jungle, the ancient and forgotten archeological sites.

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October 3, 2014 by
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Exploring the El Vizcaino Biosphere Preserve

Whale Breaching

Coyotes, rodents, hares, a gang of succulents, and, amazingly, the Baja Californian Pronghorn sheep – one of the world’s fastest animals – all live in the El Vizcaino Biosphere Preserve – one of the most unique ecological parks in the world, and a highlight of Baja California. But what’s more, this amazing preserve consists of not just the deserted mountain land, but also contains the Whale Sanctuary of El Vizaino – a breeding ground for the once-endangered North Pacific Gray Whale, making this amazing reserve not just the largest reserve in Mexico, but a must-see if you’re in the Cabo San Lucas area.

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October 3, 2014 by
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Exploring Celestun from Merida

Celestun Mangroves

Merida is bustling, beautiful Mexican town located on the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula. Larger than most other Mexican towns, Merida is the Capital of the state of Quintana Roo, and was once a premier silver mining town famed for its wealth. Today, however, most come to Merida to experience its famous markets, its wonderful French and Italian architecture, and for the authentic Mexican culture found here within town.

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September 26, 2014 by
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The Ancient Ruins of Monte Alban

Monte Alban

An ancient Zapotec Temple and one of Oaxaca’s premier attractions, the ancient ruins of Monte Alban are perhaps one of the most unusually extensive of all the pre-Colonial ruins that dot Mexico. This unparalleled glimpse into the life and times of ancient cultures (the Olmecs, Zapotecs, and Mixtecs, specifically) is the crown jewel of the Oaxacan Valley and so makes a great day trip from Oaxaca if you’d like to get out of the city and experience some history and the spectacular countryside.

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September 12, 2014 by
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