Mexico Adventure Tours, Lodging, and more!
Playa del Carmen is the previous home of the Mayans, and the current home of beautiful Caribbean beach lovers.
Cancun is known best for it’s spring break parties. However, the rest of the year it is a tropical paradise anyone can enjoy.
Puerto Vallarta located on the Pacific Coast of Mexico is the perfect balance of Mexican fusion.
Cabo San Lucas is a Mexican destination that offers a perfect combination of great weather and spectacular scenery. It’s located on the tip of the 800-mile long Baja California Peninsula, with the Sea of Cortez on one shore and the Pacific Ocean on the other.
With a shoreline sprinkled with beckoning islands, a lovely seaside promenade, miles of golden beaches and blue lagoons, it really lives up to its name, “The Pearl of the Pacific.”
Tulum was a place that Mayan kings would come to relax and worship the gods in their temple overlooking the Caribbean sea. Come see what they were attracted to.
Take a trip to Mexico City and you can say you visited one of the largest cities in the world. Mexico City, also known as District Federal, is Mexico’s Capital City and home to rich culture, art, and history.
Spend some time in Guadalajara, Mexico’s second largest city and you will fall in love in a hurry. This city will keep you busy with its cathedrals, shopping and cultural dining experiences.
Guanajuato is one the oldest colonial cities in Mexico and the starting point for the Mexican revolution. Enjoy the City’s outdoor theatre, historic landmarks, mummy museum and all that comes with it.
This city is famous for being the first municipality in Mexico to be declared free of Spanish rule. Due to it’s beautifully crafted buildings, it’s university, and well preserved historic center, San Miguel de Allende has become a mecca for artists, writers, and foreign retirees from all over the world.
A wondrous city perched in the central highlands of Chiapas, Mexico, San Cristobal de las Casas is Mexico’s best preserved colonial city. Spend some time soaking up the history in this top tourist destination.
This unique colonial city provides much to do, as it is rich in culture and history. If you time it right you can arrive in time for the month long Guelaguetza festival of music and dance. However make sure not to leave until you visit the archeological site of Monte Alban and it’s magnificent ancient pyramids.
Surf’s up dude. Want a little more of a taste of the local side of Mexico? Then plan your next adventure to Puerto Escondido. This city is mostly popular with Mexican families, backpackers, and surfers. Due to the enormous waves that hit the beach of Zicatela, this city is also famous for it’s large annual surf competitions.
Welcome to the capital, of the Yucatan Peninsula that is Merida, rich in history and heritage. Once known as the “Mayan City”, Merida caries on the tradition today by having the largest Mayan descent of any city in Mexico.
Villahermosa is the official capital city of Tabasco. It is also the halfway point between Cancun and Mexico City. Go ahead and stop on through on your next adventure.
Heading South? Well you may find yourself in Tuxtla Gutierrez. Tuxtla, is the capital of Chiapis and is a major transportation hub with an airport and a major bus terminal. While visiting you will enjoy a very modern city with good eats.
Welcome to port city. Veracruz is the arguably the oldest, largest, and most important port on the Gulf side of the country. Here you will find big commerce, and rich history.
Zihuatanejo is right next to Ixtapa, a big resort town, but can’t be more different in every way.