Historic Views of Mexico City

When thinking of Mexico it is easy to automatically think of laid back beautiful beaches and  margaritas. However, with a capital city of nearly nine million people, Mexico City dominates North America as the largest city on the continent. The city itself is huge with plenty of unique neighborhoods and areas to explore. The Plaza…

K-38, Mexico • Baja California’s Best Tacos

Southern California residents have always had easy access to Northern Baja California. Although Northern Mexico became a no-go region for several years, it is now returning to its past glory days of weekend escapes. A popular spot just south of Rosarito is K-38, or Kilometer 38. It’s easy to determine the location because of the…

Isla Mujeres, Mexico • Buggies, Beer and Burritos

So it’s not everyday you read an article encouraging you to drink and drive, and whilst we’re aware of the strict laws and dangers in our own Western countries, for one time only, Tiplr is bringing you the only occasion where this kind of behaviour is acceptable and if you’re sensible, also safe. It all…

Oaxaca • Mexico’s Petrified Waterfalls

Hierve el Agua, the calcified waterfalls southwest of Oaxaca City and southeast of Mitla are not only a gorgeous sight but also make for an engrossing geology lesson. Mineral water dribbling over the cliff edge for thousands of years has created mineral formations that look like huge frozen waterfalls. There are currently two that you can…

San Miguel de Allende – Get Lost in the Heart of Mexico

This tip was written by our Italian Explorer: Layla Gallo San Miguel de Allende is famous, fanciful, cool, colored, happy and full of heritage. Everybody knows this smiley town in the heart of Mexico, but it’s possible that only a few are willing to get lost in its alleys, wandering without a plan, discovering charming shops in blossoming…

Tulum, Mexico – Ruins Overlooking the Sea

This Tip has been suggested by our Latina Explorer: Letier Santana (Wanderlust Vixen) Visiting Chichen Itza, one of the new 7 wonders of the world, is on top of everyone’s list when traveling to the Yucatan region in Mexico. The drive to Chichen Itza from Cancun is approximately 2.5 hours. But no fear, if you…