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“Bacalar is one of those places you need to see to believe. A shimmering lake in the most idyllic shade of turquoise seems to extend endlessly, like an extension of the picture-perfect Caribbean. Except it’s not the sea at all — it’s the Laguna de Bacalar, a freshwater lake, the second largest in Mexico. Known as the Lake of Seven Colors, the waters here are so brilliantly blue and translucent that Bacalar has been bestowed with the moniker of the Maldives of Mexico.”

Meagan Drillinger, Writer

Quintana Roo’s ‘Maldives of Mexico’ are a tropical paradise
For those who want to escape the madding crowds of Tulum or Playa del Carmen, Bacalar offers nature, serenity and pristine waters.
Quintana Roo’s ‘Maldives of Mexico’ are a tropical paradise
For those who want to escape the madding crowds of Tulum or Playa del Carmen, Bacalar offers nature, serenity and pristine waters.
Take Oaxaca’s new highway to discover the best beaches in the state
The new Oaxaca-Puerto Escondido highway has finally opened up access to one of the most beautiful regions of Mexico.
Take Oaxaca’s new highway to discover the best beaches in the state
The new Oaxaca-Puerto Escondido highway has finally opened up access to one of the most beautiful regions of Mexico.

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Writers

HAPPY CINCO DE MAYO!

More than margaritas: The history and spread of Cinco de Mayo in the US
Learn the history of the Mexican celebration that has evolved almost to the level of a national holiday in the United States.
More than margaritas: The history and spread of Cinco de Mayo in the US
Learn the history of the Mexican celebration that has evolved almost to the level of a national holiday in the United States.

Photo of the day

An active volcano in a remote part of Chiapas | Photo from @arcos.miguel


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