TOP THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN MEXICO

Travels and excursions to some regions of Mexico increasingly involve the danger of falling into the hands of organized crime or into armed clashes between cartels and gangs and state security forces.

Although some people flee from the cold, in this season it is possible to find outdoor activities that are enjoyed more with low temperatures, and that keep you in constant motion so that the adventure does not stop.

From December to March is the official whale watching season in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, characterized by having natural resources to shelter more than two thousand cetaceans that cross the Pacific Ocean each year, from northern California to Bahía de Banderas.

In Mexico, there are four cities that are considered Intelligent Cities by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The international organization declared Maderas, in Querétaro; Ciudad Creativa and Tequila, in Jalisco; and Smart, in Puebla, as intelligent zones. In addition, there is Mexico City, which although not 100% intelligent, has several...

That Latin music has a musical explosion in the world is a synonym for the diversity that there is in the scene. That's how Armin Van Buuren, one of the most successful DJs in the last two decades, considers it. The creator of hits like This is what it feels like and Blah blah blah, recognizes the transcendence of this...

The entrance of Tropical Maritime Air is maintained with low moisture content from the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea to the Peninsular region, which will generate very hot temperatures, variable cloud cover and low possibility of rain on the aforementioned Peninsula and Quintana Roo.