mexico travel Archive

Horseback Riding Near San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende in Mexico, recently tagged as the best city in the world in one travel magazine, is best known for its picture-perfect streets full of Spanish colonial architecture. It has gorgeous hotels, fine restaurants, and excellent shopping. This is a small city in a large countryside though and there’s plenty to do [...]

Yes, Americans are Getting Fatter – Including Latin Americans

It’s not just the residents of the USA that have gone beyond pleasingly plump to downright fat. Partly because of the junk food and sodas we produce in the fattest country spreading to the rest of the hemisphere and the countries of Latin America buying more automobiles, obesity is spreading fast. This chart of projections [...]

Unplugged Cruising off the Baja Peninsula

We don’t write a whole lot of feature stories on cruises, since most of them aren’t all that high-end, so perhaps its fitting that our latest is on an “Un-cruise Adventure.” Our contributor Ellen Barone took off from La Paz, in the Baja California Peninsula of Mexico, for a seven-day luxury cruise around the Sea [...]

In the Tropics, a Few Critters are Inevitable

I know a luxury travel blog and website will often pretend everything is rosy in the places they cover, but we like to tell it like it is here at Luxury Latin America. So let’s put it out there that if you travel to a hot place to escape the cold or find adventure, you’re [...]

Adventure Travel Developments in Mexico

Last week I ran down new developments I found at Travel Mart Latin America. This week we’ve got the scoop from the first Mexican summit of the Adventure Travel Trade Association. This is the organization counting most adventure tour operators as members and one of our occasional contributors, Mark Chesnut, was there to see what’s [...]