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There’s no such thing as a specific authenticity to what Mexico is, because Mexico is incredibly complex and varied, and the food is completely different if you travel 50 kilometers. It just changes all the time.Mexicans are some of the friendliest people you'll ever meet. Eager to share their wealth of history and abundance in delicious food with anyone interested, they are truly a warmhearted culture.Colonial architecture, vibrant colors, and plenty of history. You'll find many places all over Mexico bursting with these traits, but here is a selection of articles covering spots that are sure to inspire with their abundance in Mexican culture and heritage.

Ride ‘El Chepe’ into Copper Canyon :

One of the world’s great rail journeys, the Chihuahua al Pacifico (or ‘El Chepe’) runs 405 miles between Chihuahua and Los Mochis in northwest Mexico. It’s a step back in time, an engineering marvel that took 90 years to build. The train rumbles through the foothills of the Sierra Madre, climbing into forests of pine trees and 30ft cacti, crossing rivers on high bridges and disappearing through long tunnels. At points along the way, deep gorges drop away on either side of the rails to rushing rivers below. That’s the journey, but the destination and the real reason for coming this way is the mighty Copper Canyon. At over 6,500ft, the Barrancas del Cobre is deeper than the Grand Canyon and at least four times larger, a network of 11 canyons sprawling across 60,000 square miles of rugged red rock landscapes.

The Sleeping Lady :

Unlike Nepal or Peru, Mexico doesn’t instantly spring to mind for great hiking, but an increasingly popular day trip is a hike up dormant Iztaccihuatl volcano, the third highest peak in Mexico. The volcano’s known as the ‘Sleeping Woman’ or ‘White Woman’, from the Aztec language, viewed from the right angle, the four snowy peaks resemble the shape of a woman lying on her back. The day hike usually starts with an early pick-up from Mexico City and a van ride out to begin the hike from up at around 3500-4000 metres. From the day hike’s highest point, as well as catching your breath and taking photos, you’ll have views of the Mexico Valley and the still-active Popocatepetl volcano (or ‘Popo’ for short), which means ‘smoking mountain,’ before descending and returning to Mexico. High altitudes aren’t for everyone, so be cautious.

The Mayan magic in the Yucatan :

Between AD250 to AD900, the Mayan civilization spread right across Mexico and parts of Guatemala, Belize, Honduras and El Salvador. What’s now the famous archeological site of Chichén Itzá was previously one of the empire’s largest cities, an important religious centre for rituals and ceremonies. The Yucatán’s most famous Mayan site, Chichén Itzá gets around 2.2 million visit each year, who come for guided tours of the towering El Castillo pyramid, the Temple of Kukulcan, the Jaguar Temple and the Great Ball Court, an arena for ancient ball games, possibly using severed heads. There are still elaborate carvings of warriors, skulls and the Mayan feathered snake god Kukulkan, whose meanings often remain a mystery. Consider staying nearby overnight and watching the light show

World’s Aquarium :

Jacques Cousteau called the waters of Baja California, off the northwest coast of Mexico, “the world’s aquarium”, because there’s so much life here. Boat trips here bring chances to see blue whales, humpacks, fin whales, sperm whales, dolphins and possibly orcas. But for an up-close encounter, adventurous souls should paddle out on a kayaking trip. Most tours leave from the colonial city of Loreto and for the blue waters of the Sea of Cortez where who-knows-what might pop up above the surface next to your kayak.



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Akanksha – February 03, 2020:

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Asha Mathur – February 02, 2020:

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