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Tour Oaxaca Mexico: 12 Off-The-Beaten-Path Adventures

Located in southwestern Mexico, the state of Oaxaca [wa-HAH-kah,] is rich with indigenous culture, pre-Columbian archeology, Colonial architecture, Sierra Madre vistas, secluded Pacific beaches, and some of the most delicious food in the whole country. Here are twelve adventures that will leave you clamoring for more time in Oaxaca. While it is possible to try to find […]

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12 Reasons to Travel with a Personal Photographer in Mexico (Cantimplora Travel)

12 Reasons to Travel with a Personal Photographer in Mexico

Mexico is one of my favorite countries and the only destination that I return to year-after-year.  I travel solo much of the time, and it’s always been safe.  For those who are still concerned, there are other fantastic ways to see the country, such as a small-group or curated tour.  Tours groups like Cantimplora Travel […]

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Mexico's Caribbea coast

Mexico Caribbean Coast: 15 Reasons to Go (Updated 2020)

You’re familiar with it. That glorious slice of land where the Yucatan Peninsula meets the Caribbean Sea. The iridescent turquoise water lapping onto the white-sand, palm-lined beaches.  The Mexico Caribbean coast…the very definition of “tropical paradise.” Is there a bad time to visit? Probably not. But when temperatures begin their frigid decline and images of […]

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Scuba Diving Cancun at the Underwater Museum [updated 2020]

It’s nothing short of surreal… A man “on fire” with fire coral flaring out of his eyes, nose and ears… A small smiling girl looks up to the surface… A group of businessmen with their heads in the sand, oblivious to the world around them… No, these are not real people, but just a few […]

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Swimming with Whale Sharks in Cancun [updated 2020]

(This swimming with whale sharks in Cancun mega-adventure was published by Viator.) I sat on the edge of the boat, clinging to dear life as the waves tossed the “stationary” vessel about. Finally, I heard Csaba yell, “GO!” and I did as I’d been instructed. I pushed off the side of the boat into the […]

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LaPaz

La Paz Snorkeling: Wild Baby Sea Lion Encounter [updated 2020]

At the southern tip of Baja Mexico is the peninsula’s gem, La Paz. The translation of La Paz is “peace” and this seaside destination offers an abundance of tranquility and beauty. The crystal clear aqua waters provide great snorkeling opportunities, but if you are looking for a truly memorable La Paz snorkeling experience, head out […]

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Why Puerto Vallarta Beaches Should Be Your Next Family Vacation

Who wouldn’t want to take their kids to a destination named “World’s Friendliest City” by Conde Nast Traveler and “Best Holiday Destination in Mexico” by USNews.com? Welcome to Puerto Vallarta. Nestled between the emerald green of the Pacific and the looming Sierra Madre Mountains is Puerto Vallarta, seducing visitors with its colorful culture, friendly locals, and […]

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Baja Cuisine: Try Mi Casa Supper Club Moroxican Cuisine

Growing up in Casablanca, Bo Bendana was warned that every girl had to learn how to cook or no one will marry her. “But I don’t want to get married!” 12-year-old Bo told her mother. In spite of her resistance, Bo’s mother taught her to cook. That early introduction to savory ingredients and exotic spices […]

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cabo san lucas

Cabo San Lucas Beaches and Beyond (Updated 2020)

Cabo San Lucas, located at the southernmost tip of Mexico’s Baja peninsula, is one of Mexico’s top five tourist destinations.   Most often called just “Cabo,” the area offers myriad luxury and spa accommodations which began developing in 1974 prompted by the Mexican government’s desire to turn Cabo San Lucas into a major tourist destination. Cabo […]

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business in mexico

Raising a Family and Running a Business in Mexico

Angela Damman is one of those people that can do it all.  And in Telchac Pueblo, she has done just that. Four years ago, she and her husband Scott sold their home in Salida, Colorado.  They gathered up their children, four-year-old India, and two-year-old Finley, and headed for the Yucatan state of Mexico. Telchac is […]

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