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The Complete Travel Guide to Yucatan

Travel smart in the YucatanWhenever we ask our clients what could have improved their travel in the Yucatan we get the same answer: more time to visit everything they wanted!Picture it, you arrive into Cancún, feel the heat wave and enjoy the tropical beach; you...

Off The Beaten Path in Yucatan

The Yucatan PenínsulaThrough our experience, we have found that the most common mistake when planning a trip to Yucatan is to mix the Península and the State of Yucatán. The first brings together the states of Campeche, Quintana Roo and Yucatán.Because of this, a lot...

Best advices for safety when traveling to Mexico

If we think of Mexico’s current widespread media reputation, it’s really no wonder many of our fellow travelers think twice on just how safe is Mexico, and what to keep in mind before visiting us and while they’re here.Of course in most touristic cities of Mexico, having...

Zika Virus in Mexico: What you need to know

Lately, there’s been a lot of fuzz around the Zika Virus outbreak, and safety concerns regarding international travel especially in Latin América, and of course Mexico. The World Health Organization declared the Zika Virus a Global Health Emergency on February 1, 2016. Since that date a lot...

Ría Lagartos

Ria Lagartos, the colorful village where mangroves, the sea and salt make the best contrast that your eyes can admire. It’s a flow of seawater that goes between the mainland and a narrow strip of beach. Ria Lagartos was declared Biosphere Reserve in 1979 for hosting an impressive...

Palo Alto High School Choir, a Cultural Exchange Through Music

The Palo Alto High School singers are mainly recognized for their outstanding and moving performances across the United States. The Choir is chosen from the 2000 student campus and represents its finest singers. They have performed masterworks of great composers such as Benjamin Britten, J.S. Bach, Randall...

Bacalar

This charming Mayan place is denominated as a magical town, it is located south of the state of Quintana Roo in México. And it is a paradisiacal destination which consists in many little fishermen homes scattered all around the stunning Bacalar lagoon, this natural water body is famous for...

Enchilada Rhapsody

This combination of filled “tortillas” drowned in various types of sauces represent one of the most popular and emblematic dishes in the Mexican gastronomy. There are multiple kinds of enchiladas it’s crazy and delicious, it makes it hard when you sit on a restaurant all carefree and satisfied with...

Guadalajara

Land of tequila and mariachi, also known as the Rose City, Guadalajara is the capital of the state of Jalisco in Mexico, and the second in row for being the more populated in the country. The economy of the city is based in the sector of industry, the electronic...