The Yaquis were shipped from Sonora to San Blas, then forced to walk over 300 kilometers to San Marcos before being sold and shipped to Yucatán.
They chose a fine forest, put in paths and transformed it into a zoo so beautiful that a walk through it would be delightful if you never saw an animal.
The first shots of the Revolution were fired in Puebla at the home of the Serdán family on November 18, 1910. John Pint went for a visit 100 years later.
Why so many roads always seem to be full of baches (potholes) even though those baches are filled in on a regular basis.
The Offering of Skin is an act through which the dancers sacrifice a part of themselves, and take place on the last day of the four-day ceremony.
Senderos de México was founded five years ago to rehabilitate and sign-post hiking trails in Mexico, but a map is handy as a backup.
Some of the fish native to a Jalisco river had been taken away by fish fanciers, later providing a source to bring them back after their disappearance.
One of the oldest projects gives packages of badly needed items, as well as breast-feeding information, to new mothers at several Guadalajara hospitals.
Jalisco archaeologists keep digging up strange, new — and at the same time very old — things in the vicinity of Arandas, 100 kilometers east of Guadalajara.
Two video game studios were among the beneficiaries of a Google program for recognizing and assisting independent video game startups in emerging markets.
There are five ecosystems with over 2,900 species of plants, 110 species of mammals and 336 species of birds. All this adds up to a truly unique site.
Manfred Meiners’ name has been associated with so many ecologically sound projects that it is no wonder he received the prize.
In the battle of the Puente de Calderón at least 80,000 rebels lost to just 6,000 royalists. It is now a monument and ecopark in Jalisco.
This is one town that really deserves the name Pueblo Mágico for its quaint streets, delightful balconies, beautiful pagoda-like church and delicious food.
The Mexican Psilocybin Society is sponsoring a march in Mexico City promoting legalization of psilocybin, the key ingredient in magic mushrooms.
To businessman Raúl Mejorada, tinacos are emblematic of serious problems in Mexico’s water distribution systems and now he has an answer.
In many parts of Mexico, the rainy season reaches its peak in August, creating a rich, verdant landscape—a good time for hiking but a bad time for bugs.
Two hours from Guadalajara, it is the most bizarre little mountain anywhere in the world.
Learning does not take place if teachers dictate knowledge. But it does when teachers put students into direct contact with what they need to learn.
If you love nature you’ll be fascinated by the boiling mud pots and, if you suffer from arthritis, you may find an inexpensive solution.
Just two hours from Guadalajara, this Jalisco town might have the prettiest plaza in all Mexico and its church is amazingly beautiful.
A 75-minute drive north of Guadalajara brings you to a charming oasis of thermal activity, the closest thing to a geyser park that Jalisco offers.
Last year 20,000 girls from 115 countries took part in Technovation, enticing them to spend hours of their time learning programming and business skills.
The project’s designers use biology to transform waste at a far lower cost than making things out of petroleum.
The brewery’s founders decided that the secret of perfect ale was to use only the four classic ingredients: malt, hops, water and yeast—and not pasteurize.