Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo exist side by side, overlooking the deep-blue Pacific, Each town has its own unique character. Ixtapa is a resort town, replete with hotels, high-end golf courses, restaurants, and bars. Zihuatanejo is a little more laid back, and a great way to get to know the town is to explore its beaches, such as Playa Municipal, Playa Las Gatas, and Playa La Ropa. Both seaside towns offer a variety of fishing charter opportunities.
Discover the heartfelt city of Tlaquepaque, a center for high quality furniture, antiques, and art. Everywhere you will find artisans creating splendid pieces using a variety of materials and methods. Mariachi music is the heart and soul of Mexico, and Rudy was lucky enough to also experience a live outside performance of The University of…Watch Now >>
The sun, sea, and coastal mountains make Puerto Vallarta a memorable vacation destination. Set upon tranquil Banderas Bay (aka Bahía de Banderas), the city was the location spot for the film Night of the Iguana. Travelers may visit several locations that will conjure memories of the film, including Casa Kimberly and Hacienda San Angel. El…Watch Now >>
Rudy Maxa is your guide to the world’s largest metropolis, Mexico City, a tumultuous capital brimming with art, culture, world-class cuisine, and pulsating nightlife. Rudy explores Mexico’s ancient roots just outside the city at pre-Aztec Teotihuacán, and the fascinating National Museum of Anthropology.Watch Now >>