The ultimate rules-free weekend date
Mexico’s Wild West is best seen from two wheels
Our Latin American neighbor remains the last bastion of total freedom outdoors
Take your pick from yoga retreats in Tulum, farm-to-table bounty in Baja, Pacific surf, and tequila from the source in Guadalajara
In Guadalajara, mariachi echoes through the streets, tacos are a staple provision, and barrels of tequila are made at the nearby Patrón Hacienda.
Baja: The ultimate weekend escape. And it’s way easier than you think to get here.
Want to find the crowd-free surf of yesteryear? Drive from Los Angeles to Baja, load five days of gear onto a SUP, and haul ass through thick fog, screaming seagulls, and open ocean to the rocky, big-wave coast of Todos Santos.
Portions of the country remain off-limits, but the risks of visiting many of the most popular adventure destinations have been overstated. You just need to know where to stay.
Guadalupe Island, Mexico
Before work beats you down, escape to Oaxaca for vibrant parties, famous waves, and this beautiful beach refuge.
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