More Than Cancun

Mexico is well known for its ecosystem diversity.

I can tell you, our country is more than beaches and tropical wether. Every zone in Mexico has enchanting places, and I’m sure you’re gonna fall in love with them (and if I might say, we have something for all tastes).


Barrancas del Cobre

Localized in La Sierra Tarahumara in the southwest in the state of Chihuahua. According to my research (maybe just a look on Wikipedia), Barrancas del Cobre are 4 times longer than The Grand Canyon in Arizona, and even deeper than them.

You can board the train named “El Chepe” and tour the canyons or arriving by the highway. Visit the waterfalls, the local community, do some hiking and even more!





It’s simple, Yucatan is a state of our country, so you must decide what/where to visit. Here are some options:

  • Las Coloradas and Rio Lagartos
  • Cenotes
  • Puerto Progreso
  • Mayan Ruins





Yeep, another state, but don’t worry the distances between cities are close. Museums, cobbled streets, international festivals, music, culture THE CRIB OF OUR INDEPENDENCE (!), and even great wether (for those who not like the hot).

Visit Guanajuato capital, Dolores Hidalgo and San Miguel de Allende.




Huasteca Potosina

San Luis Potosi is one of the luckiest states, because it borders with 10 other states. The Huasteca region includes the north of Veracruz, the south of Tamaulipas and come parts of the states of Hidalgo and (of course) San Luis Potosí (and I might say San Luis has the best part of it).

Water, mountains, nature, hidden treasures, adventure and history: Xilitla, Tamasopo, Tamul Waterfall and more.


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