Synopses & Reviews
Sensuous and seductive, Mexico"s rich cultural traditions and raw, untamed natural beauty transcend the ages. Trample through jungles and high-plains deserts, explore ancient rites at mysterious Maya and Aztec ruins, or simply stretch out on a honey-kissed beach until maana comes - find your own 'querido Mexico" with this informed, comprehensive guide.
'X" Marks The Spot - The secrets of the Olmec, Toltec and more are at your fingertips. Indiana Jones would be proud.
Gather No Moss - Roll into adventure with comprehensive activity listings and more than 180 maps.
The Hammock Also Rises - Spend a day, a month or a lifetime checking out Mexico"s secret beach spots. Top local tips get you closer to the sandy solitude of Mexico"s lost coasts.
Ramblin' Gourmets - Discover la nueva cocina mexicana or simply chow down on fish tacos with our informed food reviews.
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Find your inner archaeologist among the ancient Maya temples of jungle-covered Palenque
Breathe in the crisp air as you ride the railroad through the spectacular Copper Canyon
Cheer on the masked 'good guys' in one of Mexico City's raucous lucha libre (wrestling) bouts
Relax beside the azure Caribbean waters as you relish doing nothing in Playa del Carmen
In This Guide:
Fourteen authors, 525 days of in-country research, 185 detailed maps
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