Mexico

Dec 7, 2019• by jessyaroundtheworld27

My Caribbean cruise

The Caribbean cruise was my first and only (so far) cruise. The cruise is a very special vacation, it is not for everyone, but above all, it is not suitable for all destinations. For example, I would...

Nov 8, 2019• by Travel with Becca

How to go from Mexico City to Oaxaca

Visiting Oaxaca after CDMX (Ciudad de Mexico = Mexico City) is an excellent idea, especially if you're headed towards the Yucatán Peninsula. The distance from Mexico City to Oaxaca is about...

Aug 14, 2019• by AdventuresInFluency

Take a Water Taxi to Animas, Mexico

Animas is owned by the indigenous people native to Mexico who still speak the Nahuatl tongue. This language is the ancient tongue that also gave Teocaltiche its name meaning, The Place Near the...

May 22, 2019• by Free Walking Tour Mexico

Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca

A few kilometers from the Oaxacan capital, Hierve el Agua, a natural spa, offers an unparalleled view of the valley. Visit its petrified waterfalls and bathe in its warm waters! Hierve el Agua...

Mexican Cooking Class

You will cook authentic Mexican dishes in a beautiful set up surrounded by a knowledgeable, English speaking Mexican chef. You will have a Brief overview of a local food market, located only one block away from the place where the cooking class will be performing.

Mexico City Food & Cultural Tour

Experience one of the most magical neighborhoods in Mexico City, walk around beautiful cobbled streets. Go back in time and feel the charm of the colonial era, a neighborhood full of history, with lovely churches, monasteries and plazas. Between delicious food samples, you’ll visit cultural, religious and historic landmarks.

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Immerse into the real Mexico

Mexico City is cool, vibrant, and eclectic. Oaxaca is beautiful, colourful, and laid-back. We LOVE both! Join us on this trip and allow us to show you why! Be prepared to fully immerse. See, listen, taste and smell while we walk through Mexico’s streets and markets, connect with its people, and try lots of mouth-watering food (and drinks)!

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