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.
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.
Pool at Fairmont Mayakoba, Riviera Maya. Photo by Carrie Dow

Relax in the Riviera Maya at the Fairmont Mayakoba

Unwind at a canal-side casita at the Fairmont Mayakoba Resort in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, part of the beautiful Riviera Maya.
Fireworks at night. Photo by Fyllis Hockman

Puerto Vallarta: Magic on the Malecón

A traveler discovers the unexpected magic of the Malecón, a 12-block esplanade in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Stone-Walled Paths to Discovery in San Sebastian

A traveler digs for roots in her ancestral town.
Swimming with whale sharks in Mexico

Swimming with Sharks: Whale Sharks of Mexico

Where the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico meet, the mixing waters bring an upwelling of nutrients … and whale sharks.

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.
The Oosterdam in Puerto Vallarta. Photo by Pat Woods

Cruising on the Mexican Riviera with Holland America Line

A 7-day cruise on the Oosterdam visits Cabo San Lucas at the southern point of the Baja Peninsula, as well as Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta on the Mexican mainland.

Secluded, Casual, Primitive: Mexico’s Las Majahuitas

Adobe casitas nestled in the jungle and linked by sand paths serve as the home base for outdoor adventures — snorkeling, swimming, kayaking and guided hikes.
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.

Cruising on the Sea of Cortez with Cortez Cruises

Take a dip with playful pups or relax onboard a private yacht in the Gulf of California.

Past the Garbage Dump and Through the Jungle…to Paradise

A mere 36 miles (58 km) south of Cancun, Punta Bete is an out-of-the way beach worthy of a side trip.

Pátzcuaro: Mexico’s Enchanting Lakeside Village

In this high mountain town, tropical fruits fill market stalls and traditional crafts sell on the streets.
Snorkeling with whale sharks near Cancun.

Swimming with Whale Sharks: Cancun’s Gentle Giants

From May through September, whale sharks frequent the waters near Cancun. Here's how you can experience them up close.

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