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.
A ride on the Copper Canyon railway is a must for your Mexico travel itineary. Here’s everything you need to know for planning an unforgettable adventure.
Baja California was nothing like we imagined. In fact, it felt like we’d left Mexico and slipped north across the border into the U.S. Here’s why.
This guide has everything you need to know about how to get a Baja Ferry from La Paz in Baja California to Topolobampo on the mainland, plus onward travel tips to Los Mochis for the Copper Canyon train.
There are so many awesome things to do in Oaxaca that it can be difficult to narrow down, so check out this list of the very best activities, places to see plus what to eat and drink.
From soaking in the culture to stuffing your face with delicious street food, there are a ridiculous amount of things to do in Mexico City.
Mexican craft beer is taking off in a big way and Guadalajara is at the centre of the craft beer scene. Check out the top craft beer bars in Mexico’s second city.
If you are working remotely in Oaxaca city and looking for a decent wifi connection with a good coffee, look no further. These are the best Oaxaca coffee shops for digital nomads.
Everything you need to know about a trip to Mahahual, the best of Costa Maya, Mexico. What to do, where to stay and what to eat in this Caribbean coast paradise.
Planning a Mexico City trip? Here’s the low down on the best area to stay in Mexico City including nearby attractions and the best bars and restaurants.