When most people think of Cancun and the surrounding region, they think all-inclusive resorts or Spring Break parties but the area actually has a lot more in the way of culture and history, especially Mayan history, than people think. The Yucatán Peninsula was an important region of the ancient Mayan Empire and still today, Mayan […]
Backpacking travel stories and traveling tips for visiting Mexico.
A month from today hundreds of travel blogger will descend on the Mexican resort city of Cancun for the annual TBEX North America conference. The yearly event brings together the largest gathering of travel bloggers, writers, content creators, and tourism industry professionals. This year the conference heads south to Mexico’s Moon Palace Golf & Spa […]
Crazy Spring Break to gorgeous beaches, Cancun has it all. Seek Mexico travel adventures for a one-week vacation or a long-term backpacking trip.
If you are looking to experience real Mexico travel, beyond the party cities of Cancun or Cabo, head south to Oaxaca City.
Northern Mexico travel has decreased due to violence near the border but one place still remains incredible popular – Copper Canyon and the El Chepe train.
Breakfast is by far my favorite meal of the day and we all know what an important meal it is. Back home in the United States, breakfast for me meant deliciously sugary goodness like waffles, pancakes, and french toast piled high with syrup, fruit, and whipped cream. Definitely not the most nutritious version but it […]
Cinco de Mayo is a popular holiday in the USA but if you are interested in celebrating in Mexico travel to Puebla for the only real festivals in the country
If you find yourself with a long layover in Mexico City, Mexico travel into the city and enjoy a number of sites and tastes before your next flight.