Take an extraordinary train journey through Mexico's Copper Canyon to experience dramatic landscapes and absorb breath-taking natural scenery
Experience the extraordinary Monarch Butterflies that arrive to overwinter in the oyamel forests in Mexico between November and March each year
Mexico traditionally closes out its festive season known as 'Guadalupe-Reyes' on January 6th —"Día de Reyes"— Kings' Day.
The Guadalupe-Reyes festive period continues after Christmas in Mexico with ample opportunities to celebrate and welcome-in the New Year
The colorful piñata is a hallmark of Mexican festive traditions, and more thought and decision-making goes into a piñata ritual than is readily apparent
An important tradition of Day of the Dead is the creation of an "ofrenda" that usually manifests as an altar in family homes
If you are living in Mexico with children of school-age, you will need to choose from the various institutions where they may gain a proper education during their stay here This guide gives you an overview of the private school system in Mexico as...
The extraordinary train that traverses Mexico's inspirational Copper Canyon resumed services on July 17, 2020
Guide to staying well and healthy while you visit and travel in Mexico, as well as how to access medical services when you need them...
Mexico's diverse habitats, awesome scenery and spectacular natural beauty offer ample opportunities to enjoy extraordinary outdoor travel experiences
Practical guidance and tips for families visiting Mexico with younger children
Not all Mexican states have ratified the law recognizing common-law marriage, so couples need to take affirmative action to protect their property