Cities for Adventure Travelers in Mexico
- 21Mexico7 reviews
Zipolite is just about as laid back as you can get - clothing is strictly optional. What's not is the earthy aroma of marijuana, the roar of the Pacific Ocean and good vibrations all around. Bob Marley was here fo' sho'.
- 22Mexico2 reviews
A little paradise for those of us looking to escape anything reminiscent of a crowd. If you are looking to party, to connect with other travelers, or to have all vacation amenities at your fingertips, then this may not be for you. Sayulita is a more direct path to that combo. But families with an easy doing approach to their ...
- 23Mexico1 review
Fishing village on the Gulf where you can get an authentic taste of local culture.
- 24Mexico16 reviews
Todos Santos Baja is just an hour away from Cabo San Lucas but a world away in all other respects. The Sierra de la Laguna Mountains shelter this palm oasis from the harsher clime on the coast. The town's quaintly picturesque setting has attracted lots of artistic types - lots of art galleries, boutique hotels and tasty tacos to be ...
- 25Mexico18 reviews
This is a rather large city, though nothing like DF. We stayed at a nice little hotel downtown with a room next to a garden plaza ( I had fun telling my friends who were paranoid about cartel that there were two men with guns in the garden, they were not amused). We ate a nice outdoor cafe that felt ...
- 26Mexico5 reviews
It is one of the main attractions in Chiapas!
- 27Mexico148 reviews
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- 28Mexico263 reviews
Easy to get around for non-Spanish speakers. All the amenities of a modern bustling city, with all the Mexican cultural facets. Several day-trips at your fingertips, and a variety of ways to experience the city with a myriad of boroughs. All the food is delicious, authentic and cheap cheap cheap!
- 29Mexico260 reviews
just came from cancun.stayed in RIU Cancun all inclusive resort. Very beautiful place.everything is in sidethe resort.No need to go anywhere.beaches pools entertainment unlimited drinks you name it.
- 30Mexico9 reviews
Amazing! This is "sotano de las golondrinas" an incredible Hole in the mountain where thousands of local bird live
- 31Mexico9 reviews
We invite you to explore the "real" Baja. Sophisticated, relaxing and the gateway to so many outdoor thrills. Welcome to La Paz.
- 32Mexico7 reviews
San Felipe is a located along the Sea of Cortez and makes you feel like you are somewhere tropical. Warm waters, great fresh seafood, shopping from the locals, cheap stays, good for fishing and you can rent ATV's. Small town but a lot of beach to explore.
- 33Mexico5 reviews
I was in Jerez for over a week and had lots of fun.
- 34Mexico3 reviews
Although Ek Balam is not generally on everyone's list of Mayan archeological sites to visit, it REALLY should be. This place is magical with its temple still opened for visitors to climb. The glyphs on some of the stuccoed structures are still visible today! We really enjoy our visit to this site that is still partially hidden by the vegetation ...
- 35Mexico2 reviews
Magdalena de kino is a small town up north in the state of Sonora Mexico. Magdalena de kino Sonora is called Pueblo Magico its situated 80 kilometers from the border with U.S.A Magdalena de Kino is a picturesque town,with cobblestone streets and historic landscapes . Magdalena will welcome you with delicious regional dishes and national campgrounds and colorful festivals to ...
- 36Mexico12 reviews
Beautiful Zihuatanejo has gorgeous beaches and feels more authentically Mexican than Ixtapa, its neighbor to the north.
- 37Mexico9 reviews
Hidden little gem of Mexico. Stayed here and enjoyed being in small Mexican town that has great seafood and good scuba diving. Dove a a nice ship wreck right off the coast and had a great overall relaxing experience here.
- 38Mexico30 reviews
Ensenada is not the fanciest town and you'll get hassled by the locals trying to sell everything under the moon, but it's a very friendly town and you'll get by in the touristy areas if you only speak English. They accept US dollars almost everywhere, but many smaller places won't accept travelers cheques, so stick with cash. It's a popular ...
- 39Mexico3 reviews
Ahhh Mexico. I went on a hike on the us side of the border up Tecate Peal.. It was amazing you could see over all of Tecate and off toward san diego. Lovely view with a little bit of trash here and there. After we went down into Mexico for some tacos and pastries. Food was good but keep in ...
- 40Mexico5 reviews
I was surprised that I loved this town as much as I did. It was larger and more cultural than I expected with a perfect dose of modern. Reminded me of Mexico City.