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.
Tour areas of the El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve to which few people venture. Sierra de la Giganta affords one of the most beautiful views found in Baja California. Ensenada Blanca has helped preserve their own special area of Baja. A variety of islands offshore offer some of the best scuba-diving opportunities in the world.Watch Now >>
La Rojena Distillery is the oldest tequila maker in Mexico, and it is owned and operated by Jose Cuervo. Take a journey into the heart of tequila, from the agave plant growing and harvested in the field, all the way to the finished product that tastes delicious.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 >>
Journey with Shari Belafonte to savor the French ambiance of Martinique. Hike the ruins of St. Pierre, and traverse the island to discover the history behind its uniquely Dutch influence. Voyage to breathtaking St. Kitts and explore the fortress atop Brimstone Hill. From there, follow Antigua’s Jolly Roger to Nelson’s Dockyard, and then continue onWatch Now >>