Mexico

Mexico Travel Guide

As of February 2014, you’ll be able to swim with a school of giant bluefin tuna offshore.

Shop for handicrafts from San Miguel de Allende at this colorful spot.

A 20-foot-high natural marine geyser.

This venue is closed.

On an unassuming side street, this little shop run by two sisters—owner Beatriz Urtuzuastegui and Victoria Lemus, the attentive but unobtrusive manager—stocks fun-but-unfussy styles perfect for the beach or a romantic dinner: affordable ($20 and up) cotton dresses, halter tops, and guayaberas, lo

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Between the international pier and Punta Langosta, this good-looking bar (with a crowd to match) sits right on the waterfront and is named for the number of ounces in a tequila shot.

Where It Is: At the northern end of the Espiritu Santos islands, a group of islands dotting the waters in the Bay of La Paz, Los Islotes is a pair of craggy islets home to a large colony of California sea lions.

Divers shouldn’t miss an excursion to see the first phase of artist Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculptures series, a collection of 400 sunken works off the Caribbean coast.