When visiting Cancun, go beyond the resort and explore the history, culture and nature of this region. Trips to these archaeological sites are not just a look into the past, but an experience with the present day Mexican culture. The small towns that surround the sites offer a taste of the laid back family life, community pride, traditional arts and authentic cuisine. It’s time to leave the night clubs far behind and enjoy a truly unique cultural experience. Read our blog.
Mexico’s coastline may conjure up visions of all-inclusive resorts buzzing with activity, but the Mayan ruins of Tulum offer a beach experience of a different kind—one with a deep connection to ancient history. Other archaeological sites can be found in the Yucatán Peninsula’s Riviera Maya, but Tulum, just 130 km south of Cancun, is the most beautiful and well-preserved despite its modest size. Built in the late 13th century during the Mayan Post-Classic period, this former fortress city will awaken your inner historian—and your imagination. Read our blog.
After their action-packed escapade in Lisbon, Portugal, our two Canadian fashion bloggers are given a new challenge: fly to Puerto Vallarta in search of the hippest spots and some of the best shopping in Mexico. Part travel guide, part shopping guide, Style Jaunt, by FLARE magazine and Air Transat, will lead you to the best places and introduce you to some of the most fascinating artists and entrepreneurs. read our blog.
You’re guaranteed tons of sun, sand and fun on your Los Cabos holiday, but sometimes it’s great to take a break from the beach and try something different. If shopping in Mexico and experiencing “La Vida Baja” (Baja Life) is on your list of things to do, we’ve got two fantastic day trips that will allow you to discover some of the region’s nearby attractions. read our blog.
There’s a crunchiness, almost like potato chips, and flakiness, like the slips of skin on fresh, shelled peanuts. And it’s almost easy to ignore the little prickly bits…the chapulines’ tiny legs. To learn more about tortilla and cerveza, read our blog.
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for five steps to planning the destination wedding of your dreams in Mexico. You’ll learn more about weddings abroad and choosing the perfect location.
Yucatan has plenty to offer: colonial architecture, fabulous restaurants and magical Mayan ruins make this part of Mexico unique and charming. Check out our blog
to learn more about the cultural wealth of historic cities like Merida and the popular beaches of Cancun.