Cities for Wellness in Mexico
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- 1Mexico24 reviews
Awesome place to stay in sayulita mexico!! Will definitely be back. http://www.casabravasayulita.com
- 2Mexico92 reviews
Tulum area is beautiful! Stay at boutique hotel/resort Ensencia. It is located away from the tourist area on a white sand beach on the Caribbean Sea. The service, food and attention to detail is great. If you want to get out, take a cab into the hotel district of Tulum to have dinner at Hartwood. The ambiance and food is ...
- 3Mexico26 reviews
The biggest city on the Yucatan Peninsula, but it still feels like a village downtown. The city has been very proactive in keeping the center of the city vibrant, and sponsors live music and other events every night of the week. The colonial buildings are gorgeous (many getting redone by expats), and the market is massive and fascinating.
- 4Mexico9 reviews
Baja California Sur is a great place for outdoor sports and wildlife watching. Some of the best places to go sea kayaking, snorkeling, and paddle boarding are here. Especially in Loreto, the calm and warm Sea of Cortez offers great opportunities for the activities. Also, the area is well known for the Whale Watching and wild dolphin watching.
- 5Mexico46 reviews
I recommend taking a ferry to the colorful and quaint Isla Mujeres, the Island of Women. I suggest walking around and relaxing at a beach front cafe over a shrimp taco and glass bottled coke. http://www.isla-mujeres.net/generalinfo.htm
- 6Mexico115 reviews
Amazing beaches, great people! Loved every minute of our time here!
- 7Mexico38 reviews
Very cool little town of about 60K - you can find most anything you need and it is so much saner and authentic than Cabo San Lucas... Art Walk on Thurs evenings, Saturday farmer's market, etc. etc.
- 8Mexico8 reviews
La Laguna de Siete Colores is just that - a lagoon of seven colors of blue mixed together as only Mother Nature can do - simply stunning. The town itself is practically undeveloped, just a few little guest houses here and there, and that's part of its charm - a rare Mexican beauty that hasn't even realized just how gorgeous ...
- 9Mexico260 reviews
party, beach, glassy turquoise whater. nice for dives and for a stopover to the other places of yucatan
- 10Mexico263 reviews
I visited Mexico City once, and by accident (I was living in Guatemala and needed to see a gastroenterologist). And I completely fell in love with the DF. If I had to move there for some reason, I wouldn't have minded. I love cities that are engaging and lively, but where you can still find some breathing room. I love ...
- 11Mexico134 reviews
My group of girlfriends and I found a great travel deal and spent 5 days and 4 nights in Cabo. It was the perfect balance of sun, relaxation, and debauchery. A great ladies trip!
- 12Mexico69 reviews
Chichen Itza is a wonder of our world. The magnitude alone will take your breath away. Read about the ruins beforehand and it will make your experience even better. As a side note, too many vendors that are everywhere which spoils the overall feel from the experience. Don't forget to bring you sunblock.
- 13Mexico148 reviews
Playa del Carmen was full of adventure, entertainment and surprises! We held a baby lion on the street, we stumbled upon an awesome hippie beach party, my boyfriend bought me some gorgeous turquoise earrings (yay me!) and I had the best tuna burger of my life. Really good times!
- 14Mexico13 reviews
One of the world's most perfect spots in which to totally and completely chill out. I came here on a surf trip (even though I don't surf) with some friends for a week, and it was the sort of place I could have spent a month. Here's a dare: Just try to spend a few days here and feel stressed ...
- 15Mexico12 reviews
Teotihuacan is about an hour or so outside of Mexico City. This is the site of the massive ruins of the pre-Columbian period indigenous people of Mexico. The ruins are spectacular and fascinating to see, with the large scale city that used to be here. The pinnacle of these ruins are the two large pyramids built here. The Sun and ...
- 16Mexico49 reviews
Guadalajara is Mexico's second largest city, and the largest city in the State of Jalisco. It is the most beautiful city in all of Mexico, and a real pleasure to visit. Looking forward to going back.
- 17Mexico16 reviews
Viñedo La Redonda. Great place! Service ay restaurant is not si food
- 18Mexico100 reviews
Puerto Vallarta is a lively place to vacation. It's got great beaches, great restaurants, great hotels, great people, great weather, and a great Malecon (Promenade) about a half mile long, with many arts and crafts stores along the way.
- 19Mexico68 reviews
There is a lot to do, see and experience in Tijuana. As with many foreign countries, be familiar with the laws and try not to stand out. Wearing valuables in public is not a good idea, also, don't be a drunk American with no regard for the local authorities. Enjoy cheap food, the local culture, and enjoy yourself :)
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- 20Mexico24 reviews
America's 51st state has a lot more going for it than just a plethora of gringos. The temperate climate, mountainous scenery, colorful history and the tasty Mexican food are but some of the reasons why so many Americanos flock to this charming city in the silver hills just a few hours north of Mexico City. Ironically enough, the only thing ...