In this episode we revisit Mexico, currently one of the most popular travel destinations with some of the easiest COVID-19 entry requirements in the world.
Away from the tourist sites of the Yucatan coast, Patrick goes deeper than the ancient Mayan ruins to find the culture still thrives in Mexican life.
Join Patrick Abboud as he travels deep into the countryside to find the families growing and producing Mezcal, the local, potent Mexican drink.
Patrick Abboud meets some of the passionate pilgrims who walk for miles on their knees in devotion at the Fiesta of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
Patrick Abboud meets the people who are changing the face of Mexican life and busting stereotypes around food, music and machismo.
Dance with the dead in San Martin Chalchicuautla with Ben Hogarth, as he travels to Mexico to discover the intriguing 'Dia de los Muertos' festival.
Join World Nomads’ Ben Hogarth as he travels to Chalco, a tiny town in Mexico, to take part in the Day of the Dead festival.
In America and staying close to home during COVID-19? Revisit this episode and salivate over the tastes and ingredients of authentic Mexican food, go road trippin' with a local taxi driver and find out how to avoid jungle diarrhea.
Mexico native Jennifer Fernández Solano offers her advice on how to dress, how much to tip, and how to avoid causing offense.
Get tips on the best – and safest – ways to navigate this enormous country, and where to stay.
With landscapes that range from snow-capped volcanoes to dense rainforest, Mexico's climate is as varied as its geography. But it's still possible to plan your trip strategically.