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Check-In at Fairmont Mayakoba to Check-Off Your Riviera Maya Bucket List

Shrouded in luxury, surrounded by lush tropical forest and enriched with ancient culture, Fairmont Mayakoba’s convenient s...

Luxury Travel

Choose Your Own Adventure at Fairmont Mayakoba

The luxurious Fairmont Mayakoba located within the gated resort community of exclusive Mayakoba in Mexico’s Riviera Maya l...

Luxury Travel

Grand Velas Riviera Maya: All-Inclusive Splendor on a White Sand Beach

​Grand Velas Riviera Maya raises the all-inclusive bar with butler service, an award-winning spa and exceptional cuisine.


How to Celebrate Mexico's Independence Day: Grito de Dolores

Mexico’s Independence Day, affectionately known to nationals as “Grito de Dolores” or “The Cry of Dolores," takes place ev...


Dia de la Virgen de Guadalupe: An Important Mexican Celebration

Dia de la Virgen de Guadalupe is a religious feast day celebrated annually in on December 12. This national holiday, which honors Our Lady of Guadalupe, a Catholic Saint, is a very important day for faithful Mexican citizens. Each year, thousands of religious pilgrims from all over the country travel to the Basilica of Guadalupe, a large church located in Mexico City, to lay their eyes on La Virgen Morena.


Places to Visit in Mexico During Day of the Dead

Each October, as the Day of the Dead / Dia de Los Muertos draws near, Mexican markets overflow with decorated breads, fanc...

Vacation Secrets

Zacatecas: One of Mexico's Best Kept Secrets

Zacatecas is the name of the state and the capital of one of the most beautiful areas in Mexico.


Mexico Travel Guide

A vibrant and vivacious nation that never stops pulsating, the colorful country of Mexico gave the world chocolate, chilie...