Los Cabos: A lively edge Los Cabos is called “the end of the earth” because it is the last piece of land of the Peninsula of Baja California, this great and generous territory shared by Mexico and the United States. It is because of its proximity to this country that Los Cabos has a large ..
The best places for an ideal night in Puerto Vallarta Puerto Vallarta is known for its developed industry for the LGBT community in Mexico. If you want a fun-filled vacation in Vallarta you can’t miss the famous “Romantic Zone”, which is par excellence the center of the gay scene. In this area you will find ..
The Gay Scene in Guadalajara If you are in Guadalajara, commonly called “La PerlaTapatía”, you should have noticed by now that it’s one of the cities with the most handsome men in Mexico. As the country’s second largest city the gay scene is everywhere, although it can basically be divided into two: places in the ..
Mexico City: Cultural richness In the fall of Tenochtitlan in 1521, Mexico city became the capital of the Viceroyalty of New Spain. With the independence of Mexico the city was appointed as the Federal District (DF) in which the powers of the Union would house. Mexico City tells the story of this country, because it ..
Cleanse your body, mind and soul on this unique tour to a Mayan steam lodge or temazcal. Learn about the spiritual beliefs of the ancient Mayans and enjoy the most amazing experience on your vacation. A knowledgeable guide or temazcalero – takes you on a tour following Mayan traditions that have been preserved through the ..