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Maya Temples of Transformation with Freddy Silva & Miguel Angel Vergara

Sacred Earth Journeys

Sacred Earth Journeys invites you to travel with best-selling author and ancient temples researcher Freddy Silva, and Maya master teacher Miguel Angel Vergara, to the sacred Mayan temples of Mexico’s Yucatán. Visit spiritual sites where the ancient Maya practiced techniques that transformed seekers into gods. Discover teachings — symbolized by the Jaguar and Serpent — that assist a person’s attainment of higher consciousness and inner transformation.
Meet the Friendly Gray Whales mof San Ignacio Lagoon

Meet the Friendly Gray Whales of San Ignacio Lagoon

Journeys of Discovery

Join Susan Duval and Gayle Lawrence for the Adventure of a Lifetime!  Magical Encounters with Gray Whales that Open Your Heart and Touch Your Soul! Each winter gray whales migrate to the warm, shallow waters of the Lagoon to mate and calve; bringing the world’s most extraordinary encounters to only a handful of select people who are called to share this one-of-a-kind wildlife experience.  Explore San Ignacio Lagoon and  discover the wild, rugged desert coastline; spending evenings marveling at the uninterrupted, ebony starlit sky. This is where dreamlike, magical encounters with whales become a reality.
Mindfulness in Mexico – Flowers, Art & Architecture

Mindfulness in Mexico – Flowers, Art & Architecture

Girls’ Guide to Paris and Beyond

Think you’ve been to Mexico if you’ve been to Cabo, Cancun or Puerto Vallarta? Wrong. The real Mexico is more hidden; it’s not found on a popular beach or in a high-rise tourist-flooded hotel zone. Mexico is like a lot of shy but brilliant people. She holds onto her secrets, only revealing them when you spend the time to get to know her. Experience both the spiritual, the sensual and the mystical found in the “real Mexico” as we begin our escape enhanced by the gentle guiding hand of a famous floral designer. What better way to delay the craziness and over-wrought aspect of the holidays than to take a week for yourself surrounded by beauty, design and blossoms. In late November / early December, Mexico is awash in blooms and greenery in the Valle de Bravo and Tepozetlan areas, two resort towns within a short drive of Mexico City. We’ll wind up our adventure in majestic Mexico City, where we’ll focus on great art, architecture and stellar gourmet food. 
Street Food, Art & Mezcal In Mexico City

Street Food, Art & Mezcal In Mexico City

Girls’ Guide to Paris and Beyond

With a population of more than 20 million people, Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world. Only in recent years, travelers have been making their way to the Mexican capital to find themselves pleasantly surprised with everything this metropolis has to offer.
Flavors Of Mexico

Oaxaca – The Culinary Mecca of Mexico

Girls’ Guide to Paris and Beyond

300 miles southeast of Mexico City lies the enchanting city of Oaxaca (pronounced “wa-ha-ka”). Sitting in a verdant valley with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, this area has been prized since 500BC. To this day, the state of Oaxaca (of which Oaxaca city is the capital) is the most ethnically diverse state in Mexico, home to 16 of the country’s 56 indigenous groups. Oaxaca’s ethnic diversity is the foundation for its rich culinary and cultural traditions. Oaxaca must be taken in slowly and attentively to understand and appreciate its many layers. During our 7-day, 6-night, luxury women’s trip, we will venture into the heart of Oaxacan culture in a way only locals know how.
Adventure women Baja Whale watch

Baja – Whale Watching, Glamping and Sea Lions

Adventure Women

Enjoy snorkeling Baja’s blue lagoons, swim with sea lions, and enjoy an authentic Mexican cooking class while glamping and relaxing on Baja’s beaches on this active Fall adventure in sunny Mexico on the Sea of Cortez!
Oaxaca - sacred traditions in Mexico

Oaxaca – sacred traditions in Mexico

Purposeful Nomad

Tucked away in the mountains of southwestern Mexico, Oaxaca is a magical city loaded with colorful markets, rich historical sites and vibrant culture. It’s no wander that Oaxaca was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987.
Adventure women Baja Whale watch

Baja – Whale Watching, Glamping and Sea Lions

Adventure Women

Enjoy snorkeling Baja’s blue lagoons, swim with sea lions, and enjoy an authentic Mexican cooking class while glamping and relaxing on Baja’s beaches on this active Fall adventure in sunny Mexico on the Sea of Cortez!
Canyon Calling womens tour Mexico

Ancient Sites & Wildlife of the Yucatan

Canyon Calling Adventures for Women

Adventure Trip to the Yucatan Peninsula for Women: Join us on this amazing tour where we have the chance to experience the most important archeological sites in the region: Chichen Itza, Coba and Tulum, giving us the opportunity to learn about the architecture as well as an understanding about the beliefs of the Mayans and their life.  We’ll enjoy the biosphere nature reserve of Ria Largartos and Sian Ka’an and enjoy the beautiful wildlife. We’ll snorkel among colorful schools of fish, see the visual spectacle of “Pink Lake”, swim in cenotes of the deepest blue, explore ancient sites and colonial villages and oh, the wildlife! Mexico is home to some remarkable animals that live in the jungles, waters and on land.
Flavors Of Mexico

Flavors Of Mexico

Girls’ Guide to Paris and Beyond

When I first went to Mexico with Iliana and Isabel, I quickly realized that even though it was my 11th trip to the country, I’d never really seen or understood the majestic culture that makes up Mexico. I’d experienced all the hotspots like Tulum and Sayulita, had loved Mexico City and San Miguel…but in hindsight I realize I’d only seen the American version of Mexico. These two Mexican ladies with their culinary expertise and historical knowledge made me understand, fall in love with and appreciate Mexico on a much different level than I had ever before. They brought me the true Mexico and I knew right then and there I’d have to partner with them for any trips we’d do in the future to explore this incredibly rich and diverse country.
Street Food, Art & Mezcal In Mexico City

Street Food, Art & Mezcal In Mexico City

Girls’ Guide to Paris and Beyond

With a population of more than 20 million people, Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world. Only in recent years, travelers have been making their way to the Mexican capital to find themselves pleasantly surprised with everything this metropolis has to offer.
Adventure women Baja day of dead

Baja – Day of the Dead Adventure

Adventure Women

Dive into Mexican culture and the easy Baja, Mexico, lifestyle with Day of the Dead festivities. Get adventurous outdoors with surfing lessons and enjoy horseback riding, kayaking, and snorkeling with sea lions while “glamping” under the stars on the Sea of Cortez.