The Best Cenotes in Mexico: Ultimate Guide

Each cenote is inhabited by colorful fish, some have cliffs to jump from or you can even find a zipline. Whether you’re staying in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum or near Merida you can easily…

Things to Do in Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico

The Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico is so much more than just Cancun, Tulum and Playa del Carmen. If you look at the map of Yucatan, you can easily spend a few months in the area…

Rafting in San Luis Potosi on Tampeon River

Huasteca Potosina is a splendid region in the state of San Luis Potosi, known for its landscapes and lush vegetation, rivers and spectacular waterfalls, caves and deep abysses and of course by the magic of its archaeological…

Swimming with Turtles in Akumal, Mexico

Did you know that you could swim with green sea turtles in their natural habitat in Mexico? Amazing, isn’t it? Do you know what’s even more incredible? This activity is totally free and this is…

Best Places for Cat Lovers

Valentine’s Day is about love and since this year there will be a lot of single people out there why don’t we express the love for our furry friends cats? Every day millions of people click…

Rappeling at Sima de las Cotorras in Chiapas

Chiapas is a southern Mexican state bordering Guatemala. Its mountainous highlands and dense rainforest are full of Mayan archaeological sites and Spanish colonial towns. Despite its incredible scenery, Chiapas isn’t really a top destination when…

The Most Haunted Places in the World

As a solo female traveler, I have had a few scary moments during my travels. I got a dengue fever in the Philippines, my bus was kidnapped in Mexico, and I survived a scooter crash…

Weird Museums in the World

Museums aren’t everybody’s cup of tea. As an art lover I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the masterpieces in the Louvre, the National Gallery, the Rijksmuseum, and the Galleria d’Uffizi. But I get that some might prefer…

What to Know Before Moving to Mexico City

Many travelers have told me that they didn’t enjoy Mexico City as much as the rest of the country. As a traveler and expat who lived in DF (Distrito Federal = Mexico City) for two…