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.
Take a dip with playful pups or relax onboard a private yacht in the Gulf of California.
Pablo Neruda said it best, “Mexico is in its markets." The Tianguis Artesanal Tenanitla Market is the oldest traditional art market in Mexico City.
A traveler discovers the unexpected magic of the Malecón, a 12-block esplanade in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Historical and cultural sites share space with Morelia's numerous candy stalls, boutiques and craft shops.
Diving in Mexico's underwater caves (cenotes) is an otherworldly experience.
The past lives on at Palanque, one of Latin America's most impressive Mayan ruins.
A traveler digs for roots in her ancestral town.
This resort's golden beaches, redesigned property and all-inclusive concept add up to a fantastic experience in Los Cabos, Mexico.
Pié de la Cuesta is just eight pesos and 30 minutes north of Acapulco, yet the two Mexican towns couldn't be more different.
Learn how the filming of a Hollywood movie sparked the transformation of a village into a tourist destination.
A mere 36 miles (58 km) south of Cancun, Punta Bete is an out-of-the way beach worthy of a side trip.
Just 80 miles south of Cancun, the ancient ruins in Tulum are a world apart.
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.