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.
To find the Giants of Tula, we must walk in the footsteps of the Toltecs. In 750 A.D., the Toltecs built unique monuments in their new capital Tollen, or Tula, in Central Mexico. Only a few of the ruins of this once great city survived the passage of time.Watch Now >>
Join host Ernie Harker as he sets off for extreme fun and sun in Cancun, Mexico. You will explore Garrafon Reef Park, Senor Frog’s, and Coco Bongo. Also, scuba-dive off Cozumel, parasail over the ocean, and find your sea-legs aboard a pirate cruise on an 18th-century Spanish galleon.Watch Now >>
Deep in the rainforest of southern Mexico, a civilization emerged 3,000 years ago. For centuries thereafter, the surrounding rainforest concealed a shocking secret; a lost city where human sacrifice was a way of life. Here lies Palenque, lost city of the Mayans.Watch Now >>
To experience the real Baja you have to get out of the car and take a closer, intimate look. Join John Holod on an unforgettable road adventure from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas. You will ride with the U.S. Border Patrol and experience the awe-inspiring scenic beauty of the Bay of the Angels, and treasureWatch Now >>