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Places Where You Can “Live” the Caribbean Life

Couple snorkeling
Many people dream of moving to a tropical island and living the Caribbean life, but actually putting this plan into action can often be quite the challenge. The very first step in doing so is picking a destination that appeals to you, so here are a few places where you can really...
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Best Day Trips from Mexico City

Pyramid
While Mexico City may seem to have it all, a break from the hustle and bustle of the city is sometimes necessary. Whether you want to immerse yourself in history or soak up some art, these are some of the best day trips that you can take from Mexico City. Teotihuacan Located...
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Explore the Yucatan Peninsula

Cenote Samula, Mexico
The Yucatan Peninsula is a beautifully distinct part of Mexico, because until the 1960’s, when road and rail networks were finally established, the region had more contact with Europe than it did with Mexico. Home to everything from beaches and wildlife to historic Mayan...
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The Historic Center of Puebla City

Puebla, Mexico
The fourth largest city in Mexico, Puebla lies at the foot of Popocatepetl, one of the highest volcanoes in the country. With this strategic location, the city has played a significant role in Mexico’s history, so much so that the Historic Center of Puebla, which is where...
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Sacred and Religious Sites in Puebla

Puebla Cathedral
With the city of Puebla, Mexico being founded in 1531, it comes as no surprise that the region is home to a multitude of religious and sacred sites. From the majestic Puebla Cathedral that was 300 years in the making to the lavishly decorated Capilla del Rosario, each of these...
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Getting to Know Puebla City

Puebla city
Surrounded by snow-capped mountains and fiery volcanoes, the Mexican city of Puebla was founded in 1531, and while it may have evolved over the years, its historic and cultural heart remains beautifully intact. From the city’s incredible array of historic monuments and...
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Surfing in Baja

Surfing in Baja
Baja first became a popular surf spot in the 1940s, when American surfers decided to venture south of the border in search of incredible waves. They most definitely found this in Baja, and, to this day, the area is known to be one of the ultimate surf destinations in Mexico....
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The Prettiest Spots in Mexico

With over 5000 miles of coastline, 67 national parks and 41 biosphere reserves, there is no arguing that Mexico is absolutely packed with natural beauty. From impressive geological wonders to the perfect tropical paradise, here is OROGOLD’s list of some of the prettiest...
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Best Mexican Beach Resorts

With powdery white sands, clear blue waters, and a backdrop of archeological ruins, it is no surprise that Mexico is considered to be the country with some of the best beaches in the world. For an unforgettable beach vacation, take a look at OROGOLD’s list of some of the...
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