Things to Do and See in Campeche

Nestled along the tranquil shores of Mexico's Gulf Coast, Campeche stands as a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. With its charming colonial architecture, rich cultural heritage, and breathtaking natural beauty, this historic city offers travelers a captivating blend of

Campeche: A Travel Guide to Mexico’s Fortress City

Nestled on the western coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Campeche is a picturesque colonial city steeped in history, culture, and natural beauty. With its well-preserved historic center, vibrant cultural scene, and proximity to stunning archaeological sites and natural wonders, Campeche

Monte Albán: The Ancient Mexican City Carved from a Mountain

Hey there, Ramblers and Rovers! The Mexican city of Oaxaca is famous not only for the smoky taste of its mezcal but for its cultural diversity and archeological heritage. In this travel guide, we explore the ancient Zapotec city of

Oaxaca City Travels: Color, Spice, and Mezcal

The Mexican city of Oaxaca is famous not only for the smoky taste of its mezcal but for its cultural diversity and hip, laid-back vibe, as well as its architectural and archeological heritage. It's a city of wide plazas, colorful

The City of a Thousand Murals: Exploring Oaxaca’s Vibrant Murals

The Mexican city of Oaxaca is a destination known for its rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and vibrant arts scene. Many renowned painters and artists come from this region, so it's not surprising that Oaxaca is famous not only for

Puebla: A Travel Guide to the City of Angels

Puebla, in south-central Mexico, is known as the "City of Angels" for the incredible number of churches one can visit while traveling through the city (locals boast that you can visit a church a day for a year and there

Mayan Mud Bath

The boat sped down the Ria Lagartos estuary, passing shallow islets of tightly packed mangrove trees. Its waters were different shades of turquoise, mixed with the emerald green of the leaves and the bright baby blue of a clear July

A Traveler’s Basic Maya Phrasebook

Planning a trip around Yucatán or the Riviera Maya in Mexico? You might want to brush up on how to say basic phrases in Maya. Maya is a family of Mesoamerican languages spoken by over 6 million people in Southern

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