Culturally rich culinary orgasms in the ancient land of the Maya, Mexico is so diverse, so fascinating and so varied that you can enjoy it over and over again and have a different vacation every time. From the Caribbean eastern shore to the Pacific Western coast, from the northern arid borders with the US to the southern tropical jungles, from the sea level to the mountain peaks – one thing is guaranteed: you will never be bored and you will never be serious. The Mexican friendly smile is as contagious as it’s food is irresistible. Let it all seduce into a holiday to remember. But make sure to get away from the predictable all-inclusive soulless resorts and discover the real Mexico.
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The perfect 10 day Yucatan itinerary with culture, nature & history. Explore one of Mexico’s most visited & safest destinations.
40+ foods to eat in Mexico. A comprehension list of food in Mexico that every foodie should try. Includes desserts, drinks, snacks and mains.
Small but full of punch. The ultimate guide on where to stay in Sayulita, a small hippie and Bohemian town north of Puerto Vallarta
Check the ultimate list of the best things to do in Sayulita, the sleepy and hipster Bali meets Mexico town in the Nayarit Coast of Pacific Mexico
Extensive list of over 50 things to do in Mexico City – from touristy museums, to off the beaten path Mexica ruins. Find out what this vibrant city has to offer
Here is my honest and open review of Mar Adentro, a stylish resort in Los Cabos that has been described as a “Futuristic dreamscape”. Enter a world of white, horizon blending lines with neon splashes.
You may know it for Spring Break, but Los Cabos is also filled with understated luxury. Here is your savvy guide to Los Cabos.
Here is my list of the best luxury hotels in Los Cabos, an area in Mexico between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, with 350 days of sunshine.
Before it became famous thanks to Richard Burton and Elisabeth Taylors love affair in the city, Puerto Vallarta was an important Mexican pueblo. Today, it is a beach destination, a foodie paradise and a teeming cultural center. Find out more about the things to do in Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta, in the Pacific Coast of Mexico, is a popular holiday destination but among the many resort options it is hard to choose one. This is where I stayed, but did it live up to expectations? Read my Garza Blanca review on this post
Going to Puerto Vallarta? Choosing accommodation can be daunting as the city has a lot of options and is very spread out. Check this guide to help you decide where to stay and find out the best resorts in Puerto Vallarta
A day on a road trip around Puerto Vallarta, the quaint town of Sayulita, quieter Bucerias and high end, exclusive Punta Mita.
Have you ever considered timeshare? You should! And heres why it is a good idea to check it out for your next vacation