Have you been wanting to explore ancient pyramids but don't want to travel all the way to Egypt? The Teotihuacan Pyramids in central Mexico may be your best option. There are ancient ruins scattered throughout the world but the third largest pyramid is located in North America (source). Teotihuacan pyramids are easily accessible from the United States and Central America, … [Read more...] about How to plan a day tour of the Teotihuacán Pyramids in Mexico
Mexico is a large country located in the southern portion of North America. This country contains 10-12% of the world's biodiversity, with reptiles being highest on that list. One of the wildlife highlights of Mexico are the Monarch butterflies that migrate to the mountainous forests of central Mexico every winter.
The migration of the monarch butterfly is one of the world's most fascinating wildlife phenomenons. Millions of butterflies travel thousands of miles to a winter haven in central Mexico. Some fly all the way from Canada and parts of the eastern United States until they reach their destination. Sierra Chincua Butterfly Sanctuary offers a natural, raw, and authentic wildlife … [Read more...] about Sierra Chincua – Raw and Authentic Wildlife Viewing Experience
Mexico offers a vast majority of travel destinations. Most people visit Mexico for the pristine beaches and all-inclusive luxury resorts. Some travelers will vacation to Mexico City for a more cultural experience. But even fewer people choose to explore the mountainous forests of central Mexico. If you are wanting to satisfy your culture craving and adventure off the beaten … [Read more...] about Mexico Road Trip – Dare to Explore the True Wild Mexico
The monarch migration is one of the world's wildest wonders. This is a bucket list destination for many wildlife lovers. Unfortunately, the Monarch population is declining due to habitat loss. These sanctuaries and the workers truly cherish these butterflies and they do their part to not make a negative impact on their winter home. By visiting these sanctuaries, you are … [Read more...] about How to See the Monarch Migration
El Rosario Butterfly Sanctuary is home to millions of monarch butterflies in the winter months. These butterflies travel thousands of miles from the eastern parts of North America to meet up for hibernation. This remote safe haven is located high in the Sierra Madre mountains in central Mexico. There are a few other butterfly sanctuaries in the area to visit. However, El … [Read more...] about El Rosario – The Most Magical Wildlife Experience