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.
Diving in Mexico’s underwater caves (cenotes) is an otherworldly experience.
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.
In Mexico’s Magdalena Bay, the curiosity between humans and gray whales is mutual. Part three in our series, “Whale Sharks, Sea Lions and Gray Whales: Adventures in La Paz”
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.
The seaside Mexican town of La Paz is the perfect base for an ocean of adventure in the Sea of Cortez. In part one of our series on “Whale Sharks, Sea Lions and Gray Whales: Adventures in La Paz”, we head out to sea to swim with whale sharks, the largest fish in the sea.
The world is full of crazy things. Take these museums, for instance. From a collection of toilets to an underwater museum, here are some of the quirkiest museums on the planet.
A traveler discovers the unexpected magic of the Malecón, a 12-block esplanade in Puerto Vallarta, 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.
Mineral de Pozos is being touted as the upcoming escape for artists and writers, and a renaissance is unfolding in building restoration.
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.
Pablo Neruda said it best, “Mexico is in its markets.” The Tianguis Artesanal Tenanitla Market is the oldest traditional art market in Mexico City.