Tulum is a boho chic mecca where straw thatched roofs and whimsical jungle treehouses line the coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. It’s a place where the smell of frankincense fills the sticky humid air, and the taste of sweet guava and savory lime fills your glasses. In this post, I’ll give you some tips and ideas for your trip to Tulum.
If you are looking for a unique and festive experience in Mexico City, look no further than Xochimilco. Often referred to as the Venice of Mexico, Xochimilco offers a one-of-a-kind experience on the water with a lively fiesta atmosphere.
Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City is the most visited Catholic site in the world, even more frequented than the Vatican.
Sian Ka'an is a biosphere reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage Site located near Tulum, Mexico. The Lazy River Adventure is a relaxing tour that starts with a boat ride through two fresh water lagoons which connect to an ancient Mayan canal. It's a peaceful and serene day trip you can take from Tulum or Riviera Maya.
There is so much amazing art and architecture in Mexico City. While you’re visiting, you can take a tour of Casa Gilardi, a house that was built in 1976 by famous Mexican architect Luis Barragán. It was the last project he completed before he died in 1988. Luis Barragán's work has been highly influential to contemporary artists. In 1980, he won the highest award in architecture, the Pritzker Prize. In this post, I’ll dive into how you can book a tour of this colorful privately owned home.
Mexico City is a vibrant place full of life, color, and culture. It's a great place to sight-see and taste your way through the markets and restaurants of this beautiful and bustling metropolis. In this post I’ll lay out a 4-day itinerary for sightseeing around Mexico City.