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The essential guide to Mexico City
Mexico City has launched a travel guide for foreign tourists!
Cabo Pulmo, a diving paradise
Located in Baja California Sur, Cabo Pulmo is a natural protected area
Five magnificent lagoons in Mexico
Visit these stunning bodies of water in Mexico
The most breathtaking forests in Mexico
Mexico has the most amazing forests, from the rainforest to the cloud forest
The five tallest volcanoes in Mexico
The highest volcanos in Mexico are located in the State of Mexico, Puebla, Veracruz, and Tlaxcala
Bacalar, Mexico’s most relaxing and charming lake
Also known as the Seven Colors Lake, Lake Bacalar is located 50 minutes away from Chetumal
Horror Land, the most terrifying experience in Mexico
Horror Land experience takes place in an old mansion built in 1910 that is transformed into a set of horror stories every October and November since 2013
Mexico’s stunning El Cielo Biosphere Reserve
Located in the state of Tamaulipas, El Cielo is the most important natural area in northeast Mexico
Mérida is declared Best City in the World
Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards is the most prestigious and oldest recognition of excellence in the travel industry
The Magical Town haunted by witches
In Huichapan, a town in the state of Hidalgo, locals protect themselves from evil creatures that come down from the sky