By M. W. Byrne
13 Unknown and Underrated Travel Spots In Mexico
We found 13 Mexican travel destinations where a good time is practically guaranteed, and you won’t find as many crowds as you would going to Puerto Vallarta.
Natural splendor is seriously on display in Tapijulapa, as it sits right beside the Tabascan jungle, which offers a bit of rainforest experience without the same issues that come from disappearing into central or South America.
Stuck between the sea and the stars, with mountains on one side and the glittering Pacific on the other, you’ll never want for splendorous vistas to behold.
It’s a little bit of history, a lot of nature, and enough luxury to keep you pampered without feeling like it’s all pre-packaged and bottled for easy consumption.
Museums, architecture, cathedrals, and a rich array of landmarks give personality to the landscape, while the food and people populate this living tapestry with a sense of culture that’s profoundly affecting.
Amazing waves for surfing, and equally delightful seafood for stuffing yourself are the biggest appeals of this small fishing village.
Located near a multi-chromatic lagoon, scuba divers and snorkelers who enjoy a leisurely dip beneath the waves, or explorers who want to see some impressive, but less populous ruins will be right at home in this ancient fishing town with a past that can be traced to the Mayans themselves.
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