Welk Resorts Sirena del Mar in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Aerial view/Welk Resorts Sirena del Mar

Have you thought about travel plans for 2016 yet? If not, it’s time to start. And this promotion from Mexico’s Welk Resorts Sirena del Mar in Cabo San Lucas, which offers up to 53 percent off stays throughout next year, might just entice you to plan ahead for big... Read More

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Los Tamarindos in Los Cabos
Los Tamarindos

No, it’s not a mirage. There are genuine farm-to-table dining options in the desert terrain of Los Cabos. Best known for its Instagram-worthy beaches and mountainous landscape, this region, located at the tip of the southern half of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, also has mineral-rich soil and a crop-friendly microclimate... Read More

A club room at Club Med Punta Cana
Club Med Punta Cana

Want to take an all-inclusive vacation in the next few weeks, or even in early 2016? Club Med’s Fun in the Sun flash sale offers incredible value — with rates as low as $95 per person, per night. ... Read More

Estrella Suite Balcony
Estrella Suite/The Resort at Pedregal

Here’s a little secret: Construction often yields price breaks at hotels. That’s the case this month at the 5-star The Resort at Pedregal in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, which is situated on cliffs overlooking the Sea of Cortez. This resort, which is the #2-ranked hotel in Cabo San Lucas on TripAdvisor... Read More

Shelley Seale Frida Kahlo Museum
Shelley Seale/Frida Kahlo Museum

Although Mexico City is known for its history and centuries-old cultural treasures, there’s also a vibrant, thriving modern art movement taking shape in the metropolis. From street artists to young creatives who draw inspiration from today’s social issues, take a walk with us through the streets of Mexico City’s contemporary art... Read More

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Casa Velas, an affordable all-inclusive in Mexico (Puerto Vallarta)
Rosalind Cummings-Yeates/Casa Velas

The beauty and festive culture of Mexico attracts all kinds of travelers, but it’s the country’s endless supply of all-inclusives that makes it the ultimate bargain getaway. You can snap up all-inclusive vacations in every region of Mexico and at all price points. From basic rooms and buffets to... Read More

Chapultepec Castle, Mexico City
Shelley Seale/Chapultepec Castle

Mexico City may have its share of crime, litter, and traffic — as every large city in the world does. But anyone who has visited recently will tell you that many of the travel concerns here, from safety to health, are largely unfounded. In fact, there are plenty of pleasant... Read More

Puerto Vallarta beach
Jonathon McDougall

As summer comes to its last few weeks, Puerto Vallarta is entering its low season. This, of course, means great hotel deals. In particular, now through mid-September, a handful of hotels are drastically dropping their rates to as low as $61 per night. Whether you crave a luxury resort or an intimate... Read More

The Cape, A Thompson Hotel, cabo san lucas
The Cape, A Thompson Hotel

The Mexican Baja Peninsula town of Cabo San Lucas offers a mix of hotels divided between budget properties for partiers and luxury resorts for pampering. On the luxury side, at places like The Resort at Pedregal, Las Ventanas al Paraiso and Esperanza an Auberge Resort, rates are $500 or more per night... Read More

Mi Amor Hotel

Mi Amor Boutique Hotel, situated on a secluded white sand beach in Tulum, Mexico, opened its doors this past winter. To celebrate, the property is offering a new opening discount of 25 percent off the regular room rate when booking between now and October 30. ... Read More

Frida Kahlo Museum Mexico City
Nilina Mason-Campbell

The international capital for museums, Mexico City claims to have more than anywhere else in the world. In the heart of the city’s Coyoacán neighborhood sits one of its most popular attractions: painter Frida Kahlo’s former residence, known now as the Frida Kahlo Museum. The property has morphed from... Read More

Anne Roderique-Jones/Pujol

From dive-y taquerias to five-star restaurants, here’s where to eat best in Mexico City. 1. Pujol: Chef Enrique Olvera opened Pujol nearly 15 years ago, and the restaurant remains a cult favorite among foodies, both in Mexico City and beyond. The sleekly designed space, serving elegant takes on Mexican cuisine... Read More

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Las Alcobas

In a destination with plenty of high-end chains, Las Alcobas feels right at home in Mexico City’s ritzy Polanco district. This boutique hotel is a former residence and has been gorgeously transformed into a series of intimate alcoves, as referenced in its Spanish namesake Alcobas. While the hotel captures minimalistic luxury with... Read More

Un-Cruise Ship on the Snake River
Eric Lindberg/Un-Cruise Adventures

Which cruise lines are making headlines this week? Travel journalist Donna Tunney — ShermansTravel’s cruise expert — has all the latest news. Check back every week for trends, new amenities, and money-saving ideas that help you plan a perfect vacation at sea. ... Read More

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What Does Your State's Name Really Mean? This Atlas Tells You

By Greg Keraghosian for Yahoo! Travel Images courtesy: Atlas of True Names Fans of Ron Burgundy and Anchorman can rejoice at the knowledge of what San Diego’s name really means: St. Heelholder. That is, according to the Atlas of True Names, created by cartographers Stephan Hormes and Silke Peust. Part science and part... Read More