Widely tarnished by it’s violent past, many dismiss exploring this diverse and crazily beautiful country, sticking only to the tourist resorts of Cancun and Los Cabos. But there is so much more to experience and you’ll be missing out big time if you don’t because Mexico is no more dangerous than most other countries.

From huge stretches of wild rustic beaches and bright green jungle to a canyon so wide and deep you’ll struggle to get your head around it, the landscapes are phenonemal. The cities are fun and lively and bursting with culture, Mexico City and Guadalajara included. The people are warm and friendly and the food is immense. Forget everything you know about Mexican cuisine until you get here.

Mazunte Oaxaca: The Ultimate Guide

Mazunte Oaxaca is a tiny, little known, laid back hippy town on the southern part of Mexico’s Pacific Coast and it’s a true hidden gem. Check out this comprehensive guide of what to see and do in Mazunte.

11 Common Misconceptions About Mexico

There are so many misconceptions about Mexico that sometimes it’s hard to know what to believe. Find out the things that people often get wrong, and discover the real truth about this wonderful country.

The Best Things to Do in Sayulita Mexico

Laid back, surfer hippy town it ain’t, but this place is still a great destination to visit. Forget the reputation and embrace it for what it is now by checking out the best things to do in Sayulita.

Complete Guide to the Copper Canyon Adventure Park

Soaring over the Copper Canyon by zip line was hands down one of our best travel experiences to date. Here’s a complete guide to visiting the Copper Canyon Adventure Park in Chihuahua, Northern Mexico. 

Ultimate Guide To The Copper Canyon Railway

The Sierre Madre in North Western Mexico is one of the most beautiful landscapes in the country and taking ride through it on the Copper Canyon Railway is an incredible experience, here’s everything that you need to know.

Baja California – The Worst of Mexico

Baja California turned out to be nothing like we imagined. In fact in many ways it felt like we’d left Mexico and slipped north across the border into the U.S. Here’s why.