I’ve always been curious about what the 7 wonders of the world are like and I finally got to visit them all without even planning it! The New 7 Wonders …
Welcome to my Mexico Travel Guide! I’ve been living in Mexico since 2018 and have been to almost all its states. I was also granted a residency visa here so you will also find tips about living here as a foreigner.
If you need help in planning your trip to Mexico, e-mail my office at hola[at]mexicoinsider[dot]mx. We hope to welcome you here soon!
This Puerto Vallarta solo travel guide is from my experiences traveling here and ended up living in PV. I fell in love with this city and stayed here for a year! Here’s everything you need to know about traveling here on your own.
Uber is not allowed in Puerto Vallarta airport so you’ll end up paying a lot of money for an authorized taxi service. In this post, I will share with you 6 ways on how to get to Sayulita from Puerto Vallarta Airport for a lower price.
Puerto Escondido solo travel: how do I do this? I know Mexico gets a lot of bad press but here’s my personal story about feeling safe in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Mexico!
These Sayulita travel tips are from my 2 years living in Sayulita. Sayulita is not a hard place to travel to because it’s a small town – you’ll learn everything in a week. However, it’s still best to be prepared before coming here.
Looking for things to do in Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico? I live in Sayulita and here are my local tips! If you ever come, get in touch and let’s meet!
This Sayulita travel guide is based on my experiences from traveling here to potentially living here for 2 years! This small town in Riviera Nayarit is everyone’s favorite but note that this is not for everyone. Read on to see if Sayulita is the destination for you.
Solo female travel in Sayulita: is it safe? Can you do it on your own? I traveled to Sayulita thinking I’d only stay a month but I ended up living there for 2 years! These were the best years of my life and in this post, I will tell you everything about it, especially in terms of safety.
This digital nomad guide to Sayulita is from my 2 years experience of living in this pueblo magico. Is it a conducive place for remote work? This small town has been everyone’s favorite digital nomad destination in Mexico despite its infrastructure problems. I lived here for 2 years and in this digital nomad guide to Sayulita, you’ll find out if this is the right base for you.
Being a Guadalajara digital nomad is super easy and fun, especially for young remote workers who are looking for a city that’s dynamic, modern, and affordable. In this Guadalajara digital nomad guide, I will share with you all my experiences in this beautiful Mexican City that’s often skipped.
This Mexico City digital nomad guide was written by Laura Bronner from Eternal Expat. She’s a full-time travel blogger and digital nomad living in Mexico City for the last 4 years.
This Guanajuato digital nomad guide was written by Jessica Drier, a traveler at heart and is the co-author behind the travel adventure blog, Unearth The Voyage.