Cascadas de Agua Azul (Blue-water Falls) - Chiapas Credit to author
Amazing turquoise waters for swimming, river descent and diving.
San Miguel de Allende - Guanajuato Credit to author
Awarded THE BEST CITY IN THE WORLD twice (in 2017 and 2018), by the magazine Travel+Leisure. The cobblestoned streets and brightly colored Spanish-colonial buildings are a signature of the city. In fact, the 64-block historic center is so unique and picturesque, it was named a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Bacalar - Quintana Roo Credit to author
"Lake of 7 colors“. More than 60km long with a bottom of sparkling white sand, this crystal-clear lake offers opportunities for camping, swimming, kayaking and simply lazing around, amid a color palette of blues, greens and shimmering whites.
Barrancas del Cobre (Copper Canyons) - Chihuahua Credit to author
Train travel through an amazing cannon chain. Spend a unique weekend in the middle of the mountains at an exclusive hotel.
Temple of Kukulcan in Chichén Itzá - Yucatán Credit to author
Live it to believe it! Worlde Heritage since 1988 and Wonder of the World  since 2007; is the largest, most famous and most accessible Mayan site.
Cholula - Puebla Credit to author
Originally constructed over 2000 years ago, the Great Pyramid of Tepanapa (often referred to as the Great Pyramid of Cholula) boasts a larger volume than any other ancient, man-made structure including the Egyptian pyramids. This structure sits buried in earth with a Spanish church set on top. Cholula has 365 churches, one for each day of the year.
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Las Coloradas (Las Coloradas pink lakes) - Yucatán Swiming in a pink dream!.
El Arco (The Arch of Cabo San Lucas) - Baja California Credit to author
Natural rock arch formation. It is here that the Pacific Ocean becomes the Gulf of California. This spot is a popular gathering area for sea lions and is frequented by tourists.
Guadalajara - Jalisco Credit to author
For a more authentic Mexican experience head to Guadalajara. This city is known for its mariachi bands, its nearby tequila distilleries, its jaw-dropping architecture and its thrumming nightlife. Guadalajara also effortlessly blends tradition and modernity.
Hierve el Agua waterfalls - Oaxaca Credit to author
One of the few places in the world where you can see petrified waterfalls! For real!
Isla Marietas "Playa del amor" (Marietas Island "Beach of love") - Riviera Nayarit Credit to author
Come to visit the elusive hidden beach in search of that perfect photo.
Mina Naica (Naica mine) - Chihuahua Credit to author
The largest plaster crystals in the world, 250,000 years old. It’s believed to be Superman’s house.
Volcán Popocatépetl (Popocatepetl volcano) - Puebla Credit to author
Located between the central Mexican states of Morelos, Puebla and Mexico, burst into life.
Rio Secreto (Secret river), Playa del Carmen - Quintana Roo Credit to author
Rio Secreto is the Mayan Riviera's newest Cenote. It was only discovered just 7 years ago. It is truly a wonder of Mexico and has recently been designated one of Mexico’s most distinct and alluring nature reserves.