For three to four weeks – between April and May – the whole country meets to dance to the rhythm of the drum, enjoy the nightlife and artists in the palenque, the excitement of the wild party, visit the largest Livestock Expo of the country and eat with the family around the artificial lake on La Isla, jump off the zip line among many other activities.
Huatulco: the most beautiful bays When it comes about the beaches of Mexico, the vast majority think of Cancun and other beaches on the Riviera Maya. That is why Huatulco, located in the state of Oaxaca, has become a refuge of turquoise waters at the Pacific. Here there are no large hotel resorts and concrete monsters fighting for the prominence of the landscape. In Huatulco everything is about white sands, the sea of an impossible blue and the feeling that you have found a branch of paradise. The best beaches of Huatulco In Huatulco there is no way to get bored, because it has 9 bays and 36 beaches. It doesn’t matter if you want to snorkel, walk along the coast, paddle your kayak, do sport fishing, surf the waves or lie down to listen to the cooing of the sea breeze on the palm trees, in Huatulco you will find the perfect beach for your needs. It is difficult to choose among all, but the most popular are: Tornillo Beach: This public beach has a slope and gentle waves. Its crystalline waters makes it perfect for family snorkeling, because even on the shore you can see the little fish […]
Climbing the rock is the main attraction of this magical town. Use a comfortable shoe since climbing the rock is not easy, apart from needing physical condition it is essential to have safety and caution when climbing the monolith.
Peña de Bernal, Querétaro.
The City of León Guanajuato is known worldwide for being a place for the production of the industry as well as for the Product in Skins.
One of the secrets of Cervantino is that it was brewing at the University of Guanajuato. In 1953 Enrique Ruelas created an annual event called Entremeses by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
This public beach is Blue Flag certified. This means that it has sanitary facilities, public changing rooms and showers; In addition to worrying about protecting the environment.
Playa Xcalacoco, Cancun.
Tepatitlan de Morelos TownTepatitlán is synonymous with pride: for its colonial and conservative history, which is reflected in the present combining tradition with modernity, the fame of its women as the most beautiful in Jalisco, and its cheerful Religious fervor with more than ten warm temples and celebrations throughout the year.
Tepatitlan de Morelos, Jalisco.
San Jose de Gracia Magic TownAmong the threads of its history the memories of the bloody war of the cristeros are interwoven, the creation of a tourist project based on their faith so many times put to the test and having been part of the route of freedom, giving shelter to Miguel Hidalgo and Rib.
San jose de Gracia Town, Aguascalientes.
Santiago de Queretaro, Queretaro.
Strolling through the ruins is a simple way to be part of that universe in which the mundane and the sacred intermingle, is a great chance to understand more deeply where the magic that belongs to Mexican culture comes from.
Tulum, Quintana Roo.
Playa del Carmen gives you all this and much more, it will allow you to create a vacation to suit you. Much of its charm is that it has something to offer to everyone who decides to visit it.
Playa del Carmen Beach, Quintana Roo.
The weather is simply perfect throughout most of the year and it is not surprising that it is the favorite destination of great American stars. Los Cabos is made to make anyone who visits it fall in love.
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur.
The Chacmochuc Lagoon in Isla Blanca reflects the blue of the sky and its dancing clouds like a wonderful mirror; while on the other side your eyes cannot take off from the impossible blue of the Caribbean Sea.
Isla Blanca, Quintana Roo
One of the most spectacular festivals in the region and that has become one of the 3 most important balloon festivals in the world and the only one in Latin America.
Metropolitan Park in León, Guanajuato.
This is precisely what happens with the “Día de los Muertos” celebration at Patzcuaro, Michoacan and those small villages that are around. It is impossible not to fall in love with the cempazúchitl petals, candle lights and the solemn tradition.
Cobá was suspended for centuries in the middle of the jungle, waiting for the eyes of the travelers to return the prominence that their majestic constructions deserve.
Coba, Quintana Roo
Try to go in the morning. There are fewer people and if you dive, you can enjoy the beautiful halocline that forms when the salt water meets the well water, which makes it look like a mirror. Afternoons are a bit busier.
Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo
If your idea of vacations and rest is an all-inclusive resort, you will find the best ones; but if you are a seasoned traveler eager to get involved with society and culture.
Cancun, Quintana Roo