Mexico has a wide extension of forests and unique landscapes that cause the envy of several countries. That is why both national and international tourists choose some point of the Mexican Republic to enjoy the gastronomic, cultural, and natural richness that each state offers.
Sierra de Cardos, Zacatecas
Jerez, the most joyful of the Magical Towns is permanently accompanied by the majestic profile and rock formations of the Sierra de Cardos. Only 20 minutes from the Historic Center of the town visitors can find breathtaking landscapes, places for calm, cabins for rest, and of course adventure aboard ATVs, zip lines, and suspension bridges for the more adventurous. The kayak ride in the calm waters of the dam provides both relaxation and a great space for the photo of the memory.
Sótano de las Golondrinas, San Luis Potosi
It is the sixth-largest abyss in the world, its free-fall is 376 meters and the total depth is 512 meters. To be part of the spectacle that this beautiful place gives you, you have to be present very early, around 05:30 a.m. to see the synchronized flight of hundreds of swallows that emerge from the cave in search of food, the act can be observed from special viewpoints created for tourists.
Lake Chapala, Jalisco
It is considered the largest natural lake in the country, is located a few minutes from the Metropolitan Zone of Guadalajara, and although this "little corner of love" has become a favorite for family outings and romantic getaways, it also has a great offer of adventure activities such as paragliding or tourist boat rides.
Cactáceas Gigantes, Guanajuato
This magnificent place is located in the town of Arroyo Seco, in the municipality of Tierra Blanca, Guanajuato. A site declared as an ecological reserve, where you will be able to enjoy diverse specimens of giant biznagas of more than two and a half meters high, without a doubt an impressive spectacle. You will see approximately 18 different types of cacti, which, according to biologists who have studied the area, grow at such high altitudes due to the minerals in the area and the weather conditions that last most of the year.
San Sebastián Bernal was founded in 1785 by a Basque family from Cadereytade Montes, hence its name. Peña de Bernal is undoubtedly the perfect place to recharge your batteries during the spring equinox and is considered the third largest monolith in the world.
Cerro del Muerto, Aguascalientes
In 2008 this territory of the Municipality of Jesus Maria was declared a Natural Monument of the State. From a distance, you will be able to see that this mountainous body of 2,440 meters of height has the appearance of a person lying down.