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Mexico is a magnet for surfers, divers, anglers, sunbathers, and all sorts of water lovers, with thousands of miles of coastline on the Pacific Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and Sea of Cortez. Mexico culture and history are also a big draw, with the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Americas, including famed archeological sites like the Maya pyramids at Chichén Itzá, the floating gardens at Xochimilco near Mexico City, and the capital's entire Centro Histórico. In fact, the Zócalo in Mexico City is a virtual timeline of architectural history, with the Aztec Templo Mayor, colonial-era Palacio Nacional, and Baroque Catedral Metropolitana lining its sides. The countryside—especially in Oaxaca, Yucatán, Michoacán, Chiapas, and Veracruz states—is rich in indigenous traditions, with residents living (much like their ancestors did) in rural villages and visiting markets so rich in history they've been preserved as national monuments. Mexico's abundant natural attributes include gray whale sanctuaries in Baja California, mangrove lagoons sheltering tropical birds in the Riviera Maya's Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, and snow-covered volcanoes outside Mexico City.

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Isla Mujeres, Isla Mujeres

Just five miles long and no wider than a city block at each tip, tiny Isla is the antithesis of Cancún. The island's many small hotels weather most...more

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Jungle and Mountain Tours Around Puerto Vallarta

Canopy tours are all the rage in the jungle south of Puerto Vallarta, with screaming tourists zip-lining over boulders, treetops, and waterfalls. Canopy Tours...more

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Kayaking in Baja California

Kayakers set off on day and weeklong trips into the Sea of Cortez from Loreto and La Paz and are rewarded with year-round abundant whale, sea lion, and frigate...more

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La Paz

Baja California Sur's capital city has a mainland Mexico feel, though new golf courses and marina developments are gradually gringo-izing its character. The...more

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Mayan Ruins, Cozumel

Honeymooners take note: Cozumel was once a sanctuary for the Mayan goddess Ixchel, who ruled over fertility and the moon. Women traditionally crossed the sea...more

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Mayan Ruins in the Riviera Maya, Riviera Maya

For early Mayans who guided their ships through this coast's treacherous offshore reefs, the city of Tulum was a lighthouse: Firelight shining through window...more

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Museo Estudio Diego Rivera, Mexico City

If you're looking for Rivera-bilia, the village of San Ángel is where Diego and Frida maintained his-and-her studios (separate-but-equal seemed to work...more

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Museo Frida Kahlo, Mexico City

A few blocks from Coyoacán's tree-shaded Plaza Hidalgo is the cobalt-blue house where Frida Kahlo lived and died, set up as if she still lived there. Her...more

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Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City

A must-see collection of artifacts from Mexico's pre-Columbian cultures is housed in this 1964 building. (It was designed by architect Pedro Ramírez...more

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Museo Nacional de Historia, Castillo de Chapultapec, Mexico City

A hilltop castle that presides over Bosque de Chapultepec (the city's largest park), the Castillo is the former home of Emperor Maximilian, whose fatal flaw was...more

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