Cities for Backpackers in Mexico
- 21Mexico134 reviews
Just a beautiful place! My hotel pueblo Bonita Pacifica property! Going back next year
- 22Mexico101 reviews
Great vacation spot in Mexico. Unfortunately the prices are adjusted for US tourism. But still a good deal. Numerous resorts and restaurants. Beware the time share sharks at the airport. Make sure your rental car contract is correct and you take a picture of all sides of the car before you leave! The rental car places with US names are ...
- 23Mexico9 reviews
beautiful in the forrest, at a small river with a small pool if you follow the river, you can walk up the hill there are same small ruiins
- 24Mexico2 reviews
Perdido en el tiempo, este pequeño pueblito que ha sido reconocido como mágico por la belleza de sus construcciones y por su colorido, que alberga leyendas y paisajes de ensueño. La palabra Bernal es de origen árabe y significa peñasco. Gracias a su singular Peña y al rescate de la imagen urbana, en febrero de 2006, se le otorgó la ...
- 25Mexico39 reviews
San Jose del Cabo is okay to stay if you are on a budget. For some odd reason this place has a foul kind of smell when I was at their beach. Maybe because it is the horseback riding that was near by or just the place in general. Overall, my stay was here was decent. I can't stay much ...
- 26Mexico68 reviews
Famous border town in Mexico. Gotta love the lobster tacos. I'm not one for poverty tourism, but this is a fun, hip place.
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- 27Mexico25 reviews
Nice place to visit or retire, friendly people, great food
- 28Mexico7 reviews
Puerto Morelos is kinda like what the Big Island is to hawaii. It is touristy enough to draw visitors, but it remains small and quaint enough that it has not become a spring break destination. The town is entertaining at night and the beaches are great 24 hours a day.
- 29Mexico24 reviews
Mazatlan is an amazingly fun city! Rent jet skis to explore the ocean or explore the nightlife.
- 30Mexico20 reviews
Try "tlayuda", is a handmade dish part of traditional Mexican cuisine, a popular "antojito" originating from the state of Oaxaca.
- 31Mexico4 reviews
Visit Nuevo Vallarta during the International Gourmet Festival, is a "bonne bouche" party! A good reason to enjoy the beach, a relaxing sunset and an unforgettable experience at any of Vallarta's best restaurants!
- 32Mexico35 reviews
love it i would not recommend swimming in the bay too rough go to las glorias beach no words to say how beautiful it is
- 33Mexico12 reviews
Small very beautiful city/village with great beaches. I went there before the touristseason so everything was very calm. Seemed to be some clubs/discos at the bigger hotels as well. Rented an very big apartment on the beach with a terrace overlooking the ocean really cheap.
- 34Mexico6 reviews
nice place to go for romantic getaway, rented house on the beach with beautiful ocean view, and perfect weather in September. Can rent jet skis by the hour, along with quads to get around town in.
- 36Mexico4 reviews
Nice place to explore. Some nice spots on the beach for a snack and beverage.
- 37Mexico3 reviews
The Malecon in Ajijic is a recent addition to Ajijic's Attractions. Constructed with urgency and style, this lakeside walkway is sure to amaze you: the artist, the outdoor enthusiast, the business person, or the budget traveller.
- 38Mexico30 reviews
The heart of town is next to the cruise ship port. Walk the main street one block next to the main road. A lot of food, hotel, bars, strip joints, n typical souvenir shopping. Go to the roadside food carts for $1 oysters or fish tacos. Delicious!
- 39Mexico16 reviews
Todos Santos is a charming town about 40 minutes north of Cabo (note, that means 2 hours drive from the airport). The town itself is only a few blocks by a few blocks, but it's chock full of galleries, little shops, and charming old buildings. It's slow and sleepy, and the locals say "9pm is Todos Santos' midnight". It's a ...
- 40Mexico5 reviews
Akumal is located just one hour and ten minutes south of Cancun on the Mexican Caribbean coastline of the Yucatan peninsula. Akumal has long been a secret getaway, discovered only by those who dared to travel down the coastline in search of adventure. Yet once discovered many travelers found themselves returning to Akumal year after year. Why...? because Akumal has ...