Mexico’s cities are rightly famous for their ornate, well-preserved historic centers. Our nomads share a few of their favorites.
Chelsea Gregory makes a one-of-a-kind connection that lets her experience Muyil's El Castillo in a way few others can.
Sara Walton spots manatees in Xcalak, takes us drift-diving in Cozumel, and explores an underwater sculpture garden off Isla Mujeres.
A bat volcano. A river named “place of monkeys.” The “Lake of Seven Colors.” These are just a few of Mexico’s prime spots for nature lovers.
Learn about the woman who had an astonishing collection of 10,000 art objects in her apartment.
Nomad Johanna shares her experiences, from friendly gray whales in Baja to releasing baby turtles in Oaxaca.
Mexican food is tortillas, tamales, tacos, and so much more. Writer Kendall Hill travels from coast to coast, tasting the regional dishes that make this country one of the world’s top food destinations.
Loreto Bay National Marine Park is home to over 800 species of aquatic critters. Tim Neville gets up close and personal with them on this kayaking adventure.
Skip the kitsch, luxury beach resorts, this is where a nomad goes in Cabo San Lucas.
From Dia de la Madre to Cinco de Mayo, here's what's going on around the year in Puerto Vallarta.
Find out how to get around on the cheap with our tips on transport in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.