Retiring Responsibly in Mexico

U.S. retirees helped measure sea turtles during a visit to Magdalena Bay, Baja California Sur, Mexico, with RED Sustainable Tourism. (Photo Credit: Anne McEnany)


Traveling Mexico’s Mountainside Like a Local

By Michelle Rodrigues


Tourism in Mexico has seen a drastic drop since the swine flu fright and the recent economic downturn experienced throughout the world, but this doesn't stop everyone. Mexico is still optimistic and thriving with the continuation of its beautiful colors, traditions and cultures.

Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve: Finding a Balance between Conservation and Development

Tourism has become one of the most important industries in the world with significant growth potential. Mexico attracts most tourists in all of Latin America, and with over 20 millions visitors each year, it is among the top ten tourist destinations worldwide. Tourism is one of the leading industries in the country, and the Mexican Caribbean relies largely on tourism.


The Cactus Sanctuary of Baja California Sur, Mexico

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By Jacqueline Baleon


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