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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.


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Latest Articles

Even meat eaters will love Mexico City’s vegan street tacos

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Mexico City’s eco-friendly skating rink is the world’s largest

Where to see thousands of migrating monarch butterflies in Mexico this winter

The largest pyramid in the world isn’t in Egypt. It’s in Mexico.

It’s time for the flour tortilla to get the respect it deserves

Have a gourmet picnic 60 feet underground in a Mexican cenote

Cozumel is every drift diver’s dream

Monster hailstorm buries entire streets in Guadalajara, Mexico

Mexico’s Caribbean beaches plagued by stinky, brown algae

11 pre-Hispanic dishes that show Oaxaca is the cradle of Mexican food

The next 10 total solar eclipses around the world

The real differences between Cinco de Mayo in Mexico and the US

How the simple Tequila Coke made this Mexican bar one of the best in the world

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