The quiet Mexican town of Loreto, Baja California has an unusual history, is rich in culture & colonial ambiance & is a nature lovers paradise.
Travel in Mexico
From its people to the architecture, it’s no wonder that San Miguel de Allende is a favorite with expats and digital nomads.
Careyes, Mexico welcomes visitors to visit the beach, release sea turtles at dusk, view the creative villas and more.
From pine forests to thick jungle and a high-sierra cultural city to steamy, lowland Maya ruins, Chiapas, Mexico offers it all.
This laid-back coastal town near Oaxaca, Mexico is famous for its surfing and home to some of biggest waves in the world.
This ancient Mayan city on the Yucatán Peninsula was once home to 50,000 people. Today, you can visit the Coba ruins and walk in their footsteps.
Travel may have slowed, but that hasn’t stopped our dreams of travel. Here are the top destinations that travelers are dreaming of now
Celebrate tequila, mariachi music and other Mexican icons that originated in and around Mexico’s second-largest city, Guadalajara.
The Sea of Cortez is rich with wildlife, including one of the largest sea lion colonies in Mexico. At Los Islotes, a small island at the northern end of Isla Espiritu Santo near La Paz, you can dive or snorkel with these playful creatures.
Eager to plan a future trip to Mexico? Here are four top Mexican destinations to rediscover on your next vacation in Mexico.
These two Mexican destinations have long been a favorite for beach lovers. Here’s how they have changed, what to see and where to stay on your trip.
Americans are now permitted to visit over 50 countries. If you are ready to plan a vacation check these current coronavirus guidelines for where and how to travel.