A beautiful and colorful colonial city in the center of Mexico is San Miguel de Allende. Voted “Best City in the World” By Travel and Leisure Magazine in 2017, this gem is best known for its stunning baroque Spanish architecture and small town charm. With average high temperatures between between the 70’s and 80’s year round, it also has a great climate that has attracted foreigners who are now settling down in San Miguel de Allende in record numbers.… Read the rest
When you think of Mexico, do you think of polo? If you are lucky enough to live in Puerto Vallarta or in Riviera Nayarit, make sure to visit La Patrona Polo & Equestrian Club in San Pancho. Situated just north of Sayulita, La Patrona Polo & Equestrian Club is an amazing equestrian club whose goal is to train the next generation of competitive men and women polo players.… Read the rest
It’s kind of unbelievable, but 2019 has arrived and it looks like it is going to be a great year, especially in Cabo San Lucas. Tourists and locals are always enjoying fun activities because the weather year-round is fantastic and the gorgeous beaches in Cabo San Lucas are world class. You may not know it, but Cabo San Lucas it the perfect place for cultural events as well.… Read the rest
For decades, thousands of visitors worldwide have made Cancun a top vacation destination. Cancun has been a favorite and popular vacation destination for many tourists due to the numerous breathtaking and beautiful beaches and exciting things to see and do. Would you be interested in learning more information about Cancun, and perhaps learn something about Cancun that you may not have known? Below are the top 5 facts about Cancun and great Cancun activities that you and your family will enjoy.… Read the rest
If you’ve ever been in Mexico during December, you are likely familiar with the tradition of Christmas posadas. Posadas are nine days of religious observance that is celebrated mainly in Latin America, Mexico, Guatemala, and Cuba which begins on December 16th and ends on December 24th. Posadas are celebrated by individuals who appreciate the culture and holiday of the Mexican and Spanish, and this celebration has been a tradition in Mexico for over 400 years.
Isla Contoy is a small island in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo just 30 kilometers north of Isla Mujeres. Isla Contoy is ideal when you want to escape Cancun for just a day. The island of Isla Contoy measures approximately 8.5 km in length, and in February of 1998, it was designated as a national park. There is plenty of natural beauty and wildlife, which makes it a perfect escape to Isla Contoy in Cancun.
As one of the most popular (not to mention thrilling!) outdoor adventures in Los Cabos, going on a ziplining tour is sure to be one of the highlights of your vacation. Offering some of the highest, fastest and longest zip lines in Mexico, you will witness incredible, stunning vistas of Los Cabos as you effortlessly soar through the air. Children as young as seven years old can participate in this exciting activity, making it a fantastic choice for the whole family.
In Mexico’s western state of Jalisco, there is a town named Tequila that is famous for its production of the strong liquor. Located near the base of the Tequila Volcano, stunning fields of blue agave that are the liquor’s main ingredient are found on the outskirts of town. If you want to see how tequila is made up close, several distilleries and haciendas offer tours that highlight the Tequila production process.
The El Rey Ruins date back to 1200 A.D. The Mayan civilization used the El Rey Ruins for their hub for trading. If you are vacationing in Cancun, Mexico you will want to visit the El Rey Ruins as they are an amazing archaeological site, even if these ruins are not as well known or as popular as the Chichen Itza Ruins. Visitors will not have to travel very far to see these impressive El Rey Ruins as they are located directly within the hotel zone, which is a very popular location.
Bisbee’s Black & Blue Fishing Tournaments have been held in Cabo San Lucas for over 30 years. Dating back to 1981, Bob Bisbee started the Black & Blue Marlin Tournament and it has grown from six teams with a purse of $10,000 to more than 150 teams with millions of dollars at stake. Bisbee’s Los Cabos Offshore often referred to as “Little Bisbee’s” dates back to 2002, and is considered a more laid-back, charity focused event than the multi-million dollar Black & Blue tournament that follows it each October in Cabo San Lucas.