Church in Oaxaca. Photo: gepiblu

Mexico

With four mountain ranges, dry rainforests, deserts, and beaches along the Pacific and the Gulf of Mexico, Mexico is a geographically diverse country. The country also contains 200,000 plant and animal species; its biodiversity is in the top 20 in the world.

Home to Pre-Columbian civilizations like the Mayans, Zapotecs, Aztecs, and Toltecs, many of the ruins can still be visited, and 62 indigenous languages are spoken in Mexico.

Matador has a range of articles on Mexico from those on living there as an expat, where to celebrate Dia de los Muertos, how to splurge in its coastal resort towns, tequila making, and saving sea turtles.

We have photo essays on Mexican chiles and street markets and video footage on Mexico’s best hangover food, surfing, and partying at Carnaval.

Mexico Articles

25 places we’re dying to explore right now

by Matador Team
2

10 things I stopped giving a sh*t about after moving to Mexico

by Martina Žoldoš
2

This is what it’s like to give birth in Mexico

by Martina Žoldoš

Watch: Why Afro-Latinos still don’t have a voice in Mexico

by Amanda Machado
2

9 of the world’s best cities for tacos

by Rulo Luna

16 reasons you should NOT visit Puerto Vallarta after Hurricane Patricia

by Laura Bernhein
2

20 gorgeous landscapes you’ll only find in Mexico

by Rulo Luna
1

12 incredible outdoor adventures for your trip to Mexico

by Susannah Rigg
8

14 incredible places in Mexico you’ve probably never heard of

by Pedro Berruecos
20

10 signs it’s your first time in Mexico

by Cathy Brown
40

10 signs you’ve never been to Mexico City

by Susannah Rigg
1

6 essential bars and cantinas in Mexico City

by Travesías
13

11 places to swim with whale sharks [PICS]

by Keph Senett
2

13 unusual places to go on a first date in Mexico City

by Rulo Luna
1

10 places to eat traditional in Puebla, Mexico

by Jessica Festa
51

Etiquette for ‘splitting the bill’ around the world

by Candice Walsh
15

5 sweet adventure travel options in Mexico

by Hal Amen
7

24 hours in: Puerto Escondido [PICS]

by Cody Forest Doucette
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