mexico travel Archive

Our JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa Review, Post-Renovation

We never ran a review of the JW Marriott Cancun Resort and Spa in the past because it just wasn’t quite high-end enough for our readers. It came across as a convention hotel that maybe got a few leisure travelers now and then, a place people with name badges on let their hair down for [&hellip

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Todos Santos Hiking and Horseback Riding in Baja

Todos Santos gets a teeny tiny fraction of the visitors of Cabo San Lucas, plus many of the people who do visit are just there on a day trip. This is one of the most interesting destinations in Baja, however, and definitely a place worth spending two or three nights in. There’s plenty to do [&hellip

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Swimming With Whale Sharks by La Paz in Baja

Swimming with whale sharks is an experience like no other. Often the adventure involves being out on a boat in rough seas though, far from shore, and the giant creatures may or may not be near the surface. It’s much more pleasant in La Paz in Mexico, however, where they like to hang out in [&hellip

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10 Puerto Vallarta Restaurants to Put on Your List

Looking for the best places to eat in Puerto Vallarta? Nobody can promise a perfect restaurant list since this is a big beach resort vacation destination with hundreds of spots to choose from.  We have eaten our way across the area several times over the years though and have a good sense of which Puerto [&hellip

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The 7 Best Swimmable Beaches of Cabo in Baja – 2019

Which resorts have swimmable beaches in Cabo San Lucas and the tourist corridor? Where can you walk out of your hotel room in Los Cabos and go for a swim in the ocean? At most beach resort areas around the world, the answer for where you can go swimming from the beach would be “most [&hellip

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Exploring the Beaches and the Coffee Farms of Huatulco, Mexico

Have you ever been to Huatulco? Can you pronounce it or find it on a map? If so, you’re probably one of the few people outside of Mexico who can say that. It’s a very popular destination with upper crust Mexicans who fly there, plus visitors who drive from the capital city of Oaxaca, but [&hellip

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