A garden is often an outdoor element that accentuates a house. However, at Casa VO in Brisas de Zicatela, Oaxaca, Mexico, the house accentuates the garden.
Mexico is full of beautiful and unique lodging options for travelers. However, “Casa Tiny,” designed by the architect Aranza de Ariño and made from concrete and native hardwood, has an exceptionally distinct appearance.
When the weather outside is frightful, nothing sounds more enjoyable than a beach vacation. If you’re planning a warm, sunny getaway for the new year, consider visiting Palmaïa, The House of AïA, in Riviera Maya, Mexico. The House of AïA touts itself as a “natural” and “forward-thinking” wellness and spa resort.
Surrounded by breathtaking desert landscapes, Paradero Hotel is a luxury oasis designed by Rubén Valdez and Yashar Yektajo in Mexico’s Baja California Sur. Located on a five-acre plot in Todos Santos, it’s where the ocean meets the mountains, and fields of farmland span as far as the eye can see. What better place to check out and escape the hustle and bustle for a few days?
Located near Zihuatanejo in Mexico, the Playa Viva resort offers a fun and luxurious travel destination for vacationers of all ages. This eco-luxury boutique hotel just got a bit better, though, thanks to the addition of a series of bamboo treehouses.
It’s never too late to put a new spin on a classic story. Everyone is familiar with the Greek myth of King Midas — a king who turns everything he touches into gold. Filmmaker Mazdey Snob is retelling this tale in a new way, though, in her latest fashion film, “Mijo.”
For years now, monarch butterfly populations have been decreasing throughout the world (by more than 80 percent in some places). Despite their shrinking numbers, though, there are still opportunities to see them in the wild, especially if you’re willing to travel to Mexico.
Of all the restaurants in the world that offer unique dining experiences, La Gruta Restaurant in San Juan Teotihuacan, Mexico, takes the cake. This restaurant sits about 650 feet behind a massive, 2,000-year-old pyramid built by the Aztecs, and it is situated underground in a volcanic cave!
The piñata is a staple in Mexican culture. However, the first records of piñatas don’t come from Mexico or even Spain. The earliest records actually point to Asia — China, to be specific — as the origin of the beloved piñata.
Mexico City is full of stunning architecture and beautiful locations for travelers to rest their heads. For those who want to enjoy a truly ethereal experience, though, Quetzalcoatl’s Nest is the perfect destination.