Category: Mexico, Central/S. America

Nicaragua Granada market goods

Nicaragua: Thrills, Nature, and Vegetarian Food

Our Vegan/Vegetarian Editor Teresa Bergen explores Nicaragua.

soy meat dinner on the Ecoventura Galapagos cruise

Special Diet? No Problem on Galapagos Cruise

Our vegan traveler, Teresa Bergen, was well fed on her Galapagos cruise.

Land iguana Galapagos Islands

Cruising the Galapagos: Paradise for Animal Watchers

Adventuresome Teresa Bergen sails the Galapagos Islands.


Diving Riviera Maya Mexico’s Scuba Caverns

Globetrotting Yvette Cardozo, who serves as RFT's Ski and Dive Editor, brings us the incredible experience of diving Mexico's fresh-water...

Dolphin diving Mexico

Xel Ha, Riviera Maya: Mexico’s “Natural” Theme Park

Xel Ha is Mexico's Disneyland-like theme park and RFT Ski and Dive Editor Yvette Cardozo takes us there.

Mexico, Riviera Maya spa hotels

Spas in Riviera Maya, Mexico

Our correspondent and Ski Editor, Yvette Cardozo, sacrifices herself to bring you a report on the best spas in Mexico's Riviera Maya.

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Las Posas, Xilitla, Mexico: Fantastical, Surreal Jungle Garden

Las Posas is one of the most unusual and unlikely gardens in the world in the middle of Central Mexico.

Veracruz offers both sea and mountains.

Perfect Get Away: Veracruz, Mexico

When people think about Mexico for a vacation, they often think of Cancun, Los Cabos or Puerto Vallarta. But they should consider Veracruz,...

Native CLams

Curanto Feast in the Chiloe Archipelago, Chile

Curanto is a delicious Chilean seafood bake with unique Chiloe flavors.


A Taste of Honduras: Garifuna-style

Orel Emile Gentle Steward traded his life as a chef on a cruise ship to be a chef in his hometown of Sambo Creek, Honduras. The friendly...

Gaspachos are fruit cups topped with crumbled white cheese and hot sauce.

Dolce (Sweet) Michoacán, Mexico

Mexican sweets are usually made with healthful ingredients like fruits, honey, nuts, and corn and no where will you find a richer and...

People leave photos, notes, and other offerings on the alter they consider "el milagro," the miracle.

The Volcano’s Miracle, Michoacán, Mexico

Angahuan is the gateway to the Paricutín Volcano, a monolith that buried two villages more than six decades ago.