Adventure Tourism The Interview: Maria Elena Muriel

La Roca restaurant once again earns a Traveler’s Choice Award on TripAdvisor.

For travelers to truly appreciate the destinations they visit, they must learn the official name, the history, the legends, and of course, taste at least one of the regional dishes. Maybe that’s why La Roca International Cuisine is one of the favorite restaurants for travelers and locals alike. At TREND, we decided to once again
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Stand Strong

Fundación Letty Coppel “All the world’s gold means nothing. What lasts are the good works we do for others.” Adolfo Pietro Letty Coppel Foundation was created with the idea that good works are those that endure. The foundation’s philanthropic work includes five areas that promote the quality of life for the employees of the Pueblo
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Revillagigedo National Park, proudly Mexican

In the Pacific Ocean, nearly 200 miles southwest of Cabo San Lucas, resides the largest national park in North America. Revillagigedo National Park is proudly Mexican. With impressive dimensions of 37 million acres, this federally Protected Natural Area was created by presidential decree on November 27, 2017. National parks are biogeographic representations of relevance that
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COMONDU, A POSTCARD OF PARADISE

Jose Soto Molina

Adventurers, lovers of nature and hidden paradises, and those who seek new experiences in unknown lands will discover the most unsuspected experiences in the geography of the municipality of Comondu. Just ask the web about Comondu. It will bring up hundreds of majestic images of desert landscapes, fantastic animals, canyon corridors and mountains, endless dunes,
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La Paz

Adventure tourism in La Paz! La Paz is the ideal destination for those who prefer experiences in close proximity to nature and in an environment in harmony with the local community. If you decide to discover La Paz during the holidays, you can enjoy a diversity of beaches, landscapes, water activities, adventures and walks that
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Mission Ruins

Anthony Quartuccio

Baja Nights, El Progreso The nights in Baja California are incredible! I will always cherish the memories of camping among the Cirio and Cardon cactus. I especially recall a long walk I took from the camper near El Progreso. I experienced the vastness of the desert and was engulfed in its solitude. Tall Cirios with
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The Legend

Juan Melgar

The saga of Uncle Locha From the top of a hill of colored stones piled on the side of the narrow path, he squints and looks southwest towards the infinite horizon. Whitish saltpeter is full of elongated mirages, sailing ships, and trees. And in the background, but still far away, are the dunes and stones
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Scented Soil

Dr. José Martin Olmos Ceseña

From: Los Cabos To: The corners of Sudcalifornia Fiction is the world of possibilities, of what could be and never was, where everything is still possible because it can happen, but has not happened yet, nor will ever happen. The unreality of fiction is not the fantastic or the implausible but what is always possible
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Luxury Avenue

Summer Time Longchamps The French luxury house Longchamp was founded in Paris in 1948. The brand’s handbags, luggage and accessories are renowned worldwide for their craftsmanship and quality. The well-earned reputation now extends to ready-to-wear apparel, shoes and eyewear collections. For decades, the company has pursued the quest for the perfectly finished product, ensuring each
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