The pandemic has altered the way we live and do business worldwide. The same can be said for travel in 2020, or the lack thereof. As researchers continue to learn more about this virus and travel providers fortify their pandemic defenses, family travel will resume. When you book your bubble and opt for a safe destination that adheres to health and safety protocols, you and your family can adventure with peace of mind.
Isabel Orozco-Moore showcases delicious Mexican food recipes at her blog Isabel Eats. A first-generation Mexican-American, Isabel grew up eating authentic, home-cooked Mexican cuisine every day. It wasn’t until she grew up and moved out, however, that she developed a deep appreciation for the fantastic food she’d eaten daily (and taken for granted). Here’s her take on crafting Mexican cuisine and the recipe she whips up when she’s got a serious craving for a sweet treat.
Ana Frias is a food photographer and blogger who shares her love of authentic Mexican food with readers on her blog Muy Delish. Born and raised in Sonora, Mexico, her recipes are inspired by her native country and include both healthy eats and some truly indulgent treats. From Papas con Huevos to authentic Ceviche de Pescado, you’ll find plenty of delicious ways to spice up your dinner table. We recently sat down with Ana to discuss Mexican cuisine and her favorite recipes.
What kind of food do they eat in Mexico? The answer to this question depends on the region. For example, tasty Baja Mexican cuisine reflects the peninsula’s history, geography, and cultural diversity. From machaca con huevos to Baja Med cuisine and Chinese fusion dishes, there’s a wealth of variety to explore along the Baja California peninsula. Don’t miss out on these seven dishes and types of cuisine on a family trip to Mexico.
Did you know that Mexico’s Baja Peninsula measures nearly as long as the entire West Coast of the United States? From Todos Santos to La Paz, Baja remains among Mexico’s great family vacation destinations. What to do in Baja on a family vacation? Kid-friendly activities prove plentiful, including swimming with whale sharks in the bay, learning more about gray whales at the atmospheric Museo de la Ballena in La Paz, and lending sea turtles a helping hand at the hatchery in Todos Santos. Let’s go!
Now’s the time to plan your midwinter and spring break family vacations. From the exhilaration of whale watching in Baja, Mexico, to the stunning beauty and monumental history of Peru’s Sacred Valley, here are 6 family-friendly vacation ideas you won’t want to miss.
Beautiful, gentle creatures, sea turtles serve an important role in our oceans’ biodiversity. But they face many natural and manmade threats. Fortunately, you can help them with family travel that makes a difference.
A land of rich cultural traditions, ancient ruins, sprawling beaches, and delicious cuisine, a trip to Mexico comes with endless opportunities for family adventure travel. Whether you’re after the sand and surf of one of the country’s many coastal resorts, exploring the massive pyramids of …
Located between Mexico’s mainland and Baja, Espíritu Santo’s tan, ivory, and blush-striped cliffs rise dramatically from the Sea of Cortez. While some visitors come for bird watching, the real party goes on beneath the water, making this an idyllic destination for Mexico family vacations. From …