Flavors of Mexico City: Where the Locals Eat

Roving mariachi bands, cockfighting pits, mechanical bulls and outstanding tacos: now that’s real Mexico City dining.
A man playing the part of a "catrin" donned a top hat and tuxedo at Day of the Dead in Oaxaca, Mexico. Photo by Carol L. Bowman

Celebrating Day of the Dead in Oaxaca, Mexico

Start planning now if you want to attend the popular Day of the Dead Celebration in Oaxaca, Mexico. Don't miss these helpful travel tips.
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Playa’s Jewel in the Jungle: El Camaleón Golf Course

Find yourself immersed in natural wonders on every hole when you tackle this Greg Norman design.
Sunset over the Sea of Cortez atVilla del Palmar at The Islands of Loreto. Flickr/Kirt Edblom

Flying Rays in the Sea of Cortez

The Sea of Cortez near Loreto, Mexico is rich with sea life, especially flying mobula rays. While staying at Villa del Palmar Beach and Spa Resort, a travelers experiences these magnificent animals up close.

Palenque: The Jewel of Mayan Cities

The past lives on at Palanque, one of Latin America's most impressive Mayan ruins.

Tulum After the Crowds

Just 80 miles south of Cancun, the ancient ruins in Tulum are a world apart.
Relaxing on the beach at the Playa Gran Caribe in Cancun, Mexico. Photo courtesy Gran Caribe

Cancun and Playa del Carmen: What’s New at Mexico’s Top Destinations

These two Mexican destinations have long been a favorite for beach lovers. Here's how they are changing -- and where to stay while you're there.
Art markets are a great way to spend a day in Mexico.

Mexico City’s Oldest Traditional Art Market

Pablo Neruda said it best, “Mexico is in its markets." The Tianguis Artesanal Tenanitla Market is the oldest traditional art market in Mexico City.

Adventure by Rail in Mexico’s Copper Canyon

Aboard the Chihuahua-Pacific Railroad, travelers pass through Mexico's scenic Copper Canyon, stopping at hillside villages and staying at comfortable Balderrama hotels along the way.

Stone-Walled Paths to Discovery in San Sebastian

A traveler digs for roots in her ancestral town.
Los Tuxtlas, flickr by Bit Jager

Los Tuxtlas: Mysterious Mexico

Home to 60 percent of Mexico’s birds and wild landscape that changes from sierra to swamps and rivers, Lox Tuxtlas is perfect for adventure.
Cancun Mexico

Cancún, Mexico: A Computer Found It

The real story behind Cancún's rise from sleepy Mexican village to world-class resort town.

Viejo Mazatlan: The Quieter Side of Mexico’s Favorite Tourist Destination

Although best-known for its endless hotels, trinket shops and loud bars, Mazatlán has a quieter side. Viejo Mazatlán is a treasure worth digging into.
Housing is affordable in Lake Chapala, Mexico. Photo by Carol L. Bowman

What It’s Like to Live as an Expat: Lake Chapala, Mexico

Ever considered moving to Mexico? Read on for an insider's look at life in the Lake Chapala region of Mexico, from the affordable cost of living to healthcare to the warm, sunny weather. Living as an expat in Mexico definitely has its benefits.

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