25 Incredible Things to Do in Mexico (that aren’t beaches!)

25 Incredible Things to Do in Mexico (that aren’t beaches!)

There are so many more things to do to Mexico that are not beaches or all-inclusive resorts. From the beautiful and diverse culture, to mountains and waterfalls, to modern cities and charming small towns, you could spend a lifetime in Mexico and still crave more. However, if you only have a couple weeks in Mexico and want to get off the beaten path and dig deeper than Señor Frogs, we’re here to introduce you to 25 amazing things to do. Hint: Not even one of them is a beach!

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6 Must Do Adventures in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

6 Must Do Adventures in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

The Yucatan Peninsula has an incredibly rich history, and is blessed more than just beaches. You can walk amongst the Mayans, get lost in the jungles of Sian Ka’an and experience the region’s vibrant culture in Merida. Not mention tacos, tacos, and more tacos! If you’re headed to Mexico and want to get off the beaten path, this article is for you.

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9 Fun Things to Do in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Mexico

9 Fun Things to Do in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Mexico

San Cristóbal de las Casas has a way of making those traveling through fall in love and often stay longer than expected. Packed with culture, cute cafes, amazing textiles, nearby nature and a laidback vibe, it’s easy to see why. We have a list of the top things to do in San Cristóbal de las Casas including where to stay and what to eat.

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How to Go to El Chiflon Waterfalls Without a Tour

How to Go to El Chiflon Waterfalls Without a Tour

The El Chiflon waterfalls are stunning and well worth the day trip from San Cristobal. However, after talking to others who did the tour, they wish they had more time at the waterfalls. We decided to visit El Chiflon on our own without a tour, and it was so easy. We have all the information you need on how to get to El Chiflon and back.

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Hiking in Oaxaca's Sierra Norte Indigenous Villages

Hiking in Oaxaca's Sierra Norte Indigenous Villages

If you’re looking for an off the beaten path experience in Mexico, we’ve got just the adventure for you! Strap on some hiking shoes and head to Oaxaca’s little-known Sierra Norte region for a trek through nature and 8 unique communities that you won’t soon forget! We’ve put together a complete guide of everything you need to know to have this incredible experience yourself.

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13 Things to Do in Oaxaca That You Can't Miss

13 Things to Do in Oaxaca That You Can't Miss

With brightly colored buildings, iconic churches and streets dotted with cacti and agave plants, there’s no denying Oaxaca City is breathtaking. But beyond its Instagram-worthy exterior, this city is packed with culture and history, boasts drool-worthy cuisine, has friendly locals and a vibe that you’ll be quick to fall in love with. Whether you’re visiting for a few days or a whole week, there are plenty of things to do in Oaxaca and we’ve rounded them up along with what to eat and where to stay.

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Traditional Mexican Food Tour in Mexico City

Traditional Mexican Food Tour in Mexico City

Mexican food is one of the most popular cuisines in the world, and there’s no better place to try it than in Mexico City. To sample all sorts of Mexican dishes, we took a food tour where we stopped in famous local hotspots as well as hole-in-the-wall shops. We tried favorites like tamales and tacos, and well as a couple things we had never heard of! Come along with us as we eat our way through Mexico City!

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Lucha Libre in Mexico City Without a Tour

Lucha Libre in Mexico City Without a Tour

Before arriving in Mexico City, we’d heard that going to a Lucha Libre match was a fun experience, but we couldn’t find much information about going to one of these Mexican Wrestling shows on your own. We’ve put together everything you need to know about Lucha Libre and how to attend a show without a guided tour.

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