Isla Contoy in Mexico, the island you always dreamed of being stranded on

Isla Contoy is a tiny paradise at the northwestern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. It is one of the most beautiful spots in the entire Mexican Caribbean, and one of the least known.

Everything about Campeche, Mexico's best kept secret

For its history, buildings, food, and the fact that it is not one of the most visited cities in the country, we truly believe that Campeche is Mexico’s best kept secret.

Top 7 natural phenomenons to experience in Mexico

When you are traveling in Mexico, the magic, mystery, and awe that nature inspires are all over. Here’s our top 7 natural phenomenons to experience in Mexico, don’t sleep on these!

9 stunning paradises to explore near Tepic, Nayarit

Tepic, the capital city of the western Mexican state of Nayarit, is a magical place. Still, there is so much more beauty left to explore in its surroundings. Here are 9 stunning paradises near Tepic that you don’t want to miss.

Adventures at the General Carrera Lake in Chile, what to do and eat

The General Carrera Lake is the largest in Chile and the second largest in all of South America. Here’s what to do and eat during an adventure at this corner of the Chilean Patagonia.

What alebrijes are and where you can get them

Alebrijes are a very special kind of crafts that are born in the wildest corners of an artist’s imagination. Here’s more about the origin of alebrijes and the best places to see and acquire them.

Pocket Guide to Cozumel: tips and tricks to enjoy the island

If you’re planning a trip to the beautiful island of Cozumel, you’re going to need some first hand information to make the best out of it. That’s why we are sharing some tips and tricks of Cozumel in this pocket guide.

Papantla Flyers: why they do it and where to watch them

The ritual of the Papantla Flyers is one of the most visually stimulating traditions that you can ever witness during a trip to Mexico. Why do they do it? And, where can you watch them?