Nestled on a secluded beach in Mexico’s protected Isla Espiritu Santo, luxurious Camp Cecil is the ultimate place to go glamping in the Sea of Cortez.
From bucket list-worthy festivals to unforgettable outdoor excursions like swimming with whale sharks and sea lions, here’s what to do in La Paz, Mexico.
From secluded spots shaded by towering palm trees to dazzling white sandbars, here are some of the best beaches in Mexico’s Baja California Sur.
Chichén Itzá’s relics are one of Mexico’s top attractions and a wonder of the world. Here are some tips you need to know before visiting the iconic site.
Puerto Vallarta has lots of activities for visitors, including zip-lining, tequila tasting, strolling around town, ATV jungle tours or hitting the beach.
From packing pesos to getting road trip ready, here are a few important tips for those planning on renting a car and driving in Mexico.
You don’t need to go to the Middle East to ride a camel: you can do it in Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, and even snap a camel selfie afterwards.
Camel rides, sunset sails past the famous Arch and swimming with sea lions in the sparkling Sea of Cortez are just a few of Cabo’s fun activities.
Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula is an amazing place to swim with whale sharks, and perhaps even spot flamingos, dolphins, turtles and crocodiles along the way.
From Cirque du Soleil-worthy acrobatics to go-go dancers, confetti bombs and an open bar, no other party compares to the fun antics at Coco Bongo.