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Visiting Mexico

Only in Mexico do ancient temples share zip codes with spring-break meccas. While archaeological zones invite Riviera Maya revelers to explore lost cities of the jungle, two peninsulas line up perfect beaches from Cancún to Los Cabos. Beyond the sunny shores, Mexico’s heartland offers its own rewards, with Puebla’s rich cuisine and Mexico City’s museums among travelers’ favorites.... Read More Only in Mexico do ancient temples share zip codes with spring-break meccas. While archaeological zones invite Riviera Maya revelers to explore lost cities of the jungle, two peninsulas line up perfect beaches from Cancún to Los Cabos. Beyond the sunny shores, Mexico’s heartland offers its own rewards, with Puebla’s rich cuisine and Mexico City’s museums among travelers’ favorites.    Close

Stories and Tips Mexico

Beware of Thrifty Car Rental

Written by Cantin2 on 09 May, 2013

When we visit Mexico we usually rent a car - while in Puerto Vallarta for a week we planned to go to Bucerias, Sayalito, Mismaloya and downtown a few times. Let me preface this by saying that I don't…Read More


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Sian Ka'an biosphere reserve

Written by JesusW on 14 Mar, 2012

There are two main roads to reach the Sian Ka'an biosphere reserve: one is driving south from Tulum ocean side road that goes through the "mayan Arch" after you pass the hotel zone, this road ends in the town of Punta Allen; the other…Read More


Have I Got a Deal For You!

Written by flamingokid on 04 Feb, 2012

After two weeks in tranquillo, rustic Akumal, Guy and I checked into the Grand Mayan in Playa del Carmen. It was a last minute addition to our trip--one of the ubiquitous Internet deals and I decided to take advantage of this one. A week in…Read More


Going to Mexico City

Written by missj1981 on 01 Oct, 2011

Mexico City is a metropolis that is really worth a trip. My visit to this town is now a few years ago but the memory of it is still very much alive. Just last week I met with my friends in Mexico. Very interesting that…Read More


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Pozol, the original energy drink.

Written by JesusW on 01 Apr, 2011

Forget the Red Bulls and such, there is a drink that really gives you energy plus it's very nutritious, it was part of the basic supplies for the long distant merchants and armies of Mesoamerica, the Pozol.All the trade and war that took part in…Read More


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"The Seven"

Written by Princess00 on 31 Aug, 2010

Over the years, the authenticity of Cancun has been replaced with a very Americanized city which caters to their northern border neighbors. If you are seeking a more authentic Mexican experience, it is better found in the downtown Cancun area or farther south or…Read More


Behold the Behemoth - Snorkeling with Whale Sharks

Written by Prosperine on 07 Jul, 2010

If viewing marine life is always a highlight on your vacations, you will have memories of a lifetime swimming with the largest fish species in the world - the whale shark. whale sharks vary in length many ranging from 10 feet to 30 feet;…Read More


A Very Odd Tour Guide

Written by bs13690 on 23 May, 2010

We recently visited a resort with another couple in Riviera Maya, Mexico. My wife and I like to do a lot of day trips and planned one for this trip to go to some ruins, a cenote, and to do some snorkeling. We…Read More


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It's a Tough Job!

Written by mexicachica on 01 May, 2010

It's a tough job...but someone has to do it! I've spent the last 5 months visiting every restaurant, hotel, park, museum, you name it...in town. And I have enjoyed EVERY second of it!On this particular day, I ventured off to Izamal along with one…Read More


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Edventures Day Tour

Written by lovethecaribbean on 08 Apr, 2010

We booked this day tour after reading great reviews. It was a very reasonable price for an all day tour and we were able to make it a private tour for just the four of us for only $20 more per person. The…Read More


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