Mexico

| Sanctuary of Green | Don’t get us wrong, we love San Miguel de Allende. But the problem even with colonial Mexican cities that ooze charm is that, sometimes. you … just … want … your … nature. Pure and simple, fresh and beautiful nature. Well, do as we do: head for El Charco del […]

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| The Power of Dos | It’s our first day back at our favorite place in central Mexico, and our rental’s fridge yawns empty.The weekly organic tianguis—biggest and, in our opinion, finest organic farmers market in the entire country—is still a few days away. So the go-to today in San Miguel de Allende is definitely Via Organica. We’ve written […]

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| Hacienda Gone Green | The city of Oaxaca is one of Mexico’s great treasures. Renowned as a dining destination—home to the seven moles and eight native food traditions—Oaxaca also famously boasts a historic centro that’s a stroller’s paradise of lovely colonial architecture, superb artisan crafts made in the outlying pueblos, organic coffee shops and mezcal […]

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| Green Travel News | Two years after the initial launch of TripAdvisor’s GreenLeaders program, it’s now gone under into Australia and New Zealand, reports Green Lodging News. The program, which ranks hotels and B&Bs on their eco-friendly features, encompasses more than 8,000 properties in 67 countries (including 170 new entrants in Australia and New Zealand)—making it […]

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| The Hangover-Free Zone | “Tequila? There’s an actual place called that?” Si, claro. Yes, there really is. It’s in the Mexican state of Jalisco, some 40 miles northwest of Guadalajara. The colonial town of Tequila (founded by Franciscan monks in 1530) and, surrounding it, the sprawling fields of red volcanic soil planted in row after row […]

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| In the Land of Chipichipi | We could feel the air cool and freshen as we began to ascend la Ruta de la Niebla, the Way of Fog, into las Alturas, the highlands of Mexico’s Veracruz state. Whereas down on the brown sands of its Gulf of Mexico beaches it had been hot and humid and there was […]

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The first-ever Los Cabos Greenfest in Mexico’s Baja seeks to raise awareness about saving the planet through music, fitness and wellness. All power will be generated by attendees using bicycles.

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| 4 Great Tips | Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is home to some of the Caribbean’s best and most beloved resort destinations, including Cancun, Cozumel, Riviera Maya and beyond. The range of choices for lodging can, in fact, be downright bewildering. And when it’s an eco-friendly resort, hotel or inn you’re seeking—as we fervently hope you […]

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| Greening All Inclusively | There are lots of ways to travel and all-inclusive deals are an increasingly popular option. Many holidaymakers love the convenience of this type of vacation. Once you arrive at your destination of choice, transfers, accommodation, meals, drinks and entertainment are already paid for, meaning you hardly have to reach for […]

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Healthier air travel and hotels lead the year’s travel trends spotted by Wellness Tourism Worldwise, an international organization focused on well-being and travel. The forecast is based on an analysis of

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