View a photo of the waterfall at Quetzalapan as well as other photos of Zacatlan and surroundings, in Puebla state.
The Mexican Revolution began on November 20th, 1910, and lasted for ten years. It was initiated by Francisco I. Madero to oust Porfirio Diaz. Read about the causes and outcome of the Mexican Revolution.
The custom of paying mordidas in government offices is not as widespread as it was. Avoid paying whenever possible.
The overwhelming number of visitors to Los Cabos, the twin communities of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, arrive by air at the Los Cabos International Airport. However, there are more exotic ways to visit the Baja Peninsula, including by boat, ferry, luxury bus, or even family car. Some are mo
Basic travel facts about Mexico, including Mexico's geography, climate, government, population, currency and time zones.
Killbuck is a village in Holmes County, Ohio, along Killbuck Creek. The community, 43 miles southwest of Akron, was named after a tribal leader of the turtle clan of the Delaware Indians. Although there are no hotels in Killbuck, a variety of accommodation is available about seven miles east, in and
The Riviera Maya stretches along Mexico's Caribbean coast.oasis tropicale image by rachid amrous-spleen from Fotolia.comRiviera Maya, also known as the Mayan Riviera, is a tourist area that spans more than 120 miles of Mexico's Caribbean coastline. Located in the state of Quintana Roo,...
Cozumel is situated near the eastern coast of Mexico. Considered part of the state of Quintana Roo, the island of Cozumel is a popular tourist destination for people who enjoy water activities.
Baja Ferries offers ferry service between La Paz in Baja California Sur and two destinations in Sinaloa on mainland Mexico.
Melia Cozumel Resort is an all-inclusive golf and beach resort located in Cozumel, Mexico. This eastern Mexico resort offers oceanside suites, fine dining and beach activities, providing swimmers a chance to experience the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Day of the Dead is one of the most important celebrations of the year in Mexico. This is a time for Mexicans to remember their deceased family members. See pictures of Day of the Dead celebrations in Oaxaca, Mixquic and Janitzo.
Reasons to travel to Mexico in summer. Find out about summer weather in Mexico, summer festivals and holidays, and special activities for this time of year. Here's a look at what Mexico has to offer in the months of June, July and August.
Learn about the destinations included in Mexican Riviera cruises, and what you can do in just one day in these ports of call.
San Miguel De Allende is a town in southern Mexico with a population of about 150,000. It sits on a high plateau (7,000 feet above sea level) surrounded by mountains. It is a popular vacation destination for Mexicans, and is also home to a sizable retirement community from the United States and Cana
The Royal in Cancun is an all-inclusive luxury hotel that is new to the Cancun scene. The hotel features lavish accommodations, impeccable services and a variety of activities and recreational opportunities. The oceanfront hotel boasts 288 suites and an array of dining options. Guests are pampered w
The Outdoor Adventure excursion offered by Vallarta Adventures offers fun and excitement on seven ziplines and two extreme waterslides.
Acapulco is a popular beach destination in Pacific Mexico.Acapulco image by Cano from Fotolia.comThe Pacific Coast features some of Mexico's most popular beach resorts, along with other lesser-known but pristine shoreline spots and small coastal villages. Mexico's Pacific Coast region...
Golf in paradise at a Puerto Vallarta hotelYoung Golfer image by Vanessa van Rensburg from Fotolia.comSurround yourself in tropical paradise and tee up for an unforgettable golf vacation in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Bask in the warm sun, blue skies and seaside air at a Puerto Vallarta golf...
The offerings at Iberostar Tucan and Iberostar Quetzal's restaurant buffet are tasty, varied and attractively presented.
Making an international call to Mexico City is almost as easy as making a local phone call; it's just a matter of adding a few extra digits. Calling on a conventional phone line is generally not very expensive (check with your telephone service provider for specific rates), and there are also severa