Road 1 from La Paz To San Evaristo, Baja California is a very scenic drive running along the Gulf of California. San Evaristo, a small fishing village of uninspiring homes all with a very inspiring background. The road is 129km long.
Autopista del Sol (Mexico City-Acapulco, Mexico 95D) highway traverses the rugged mountains of Sierra Madre del Sur by a series of tunnels and bridges like Quetzalapa, El Papagayo and El Zapote, of the the tallest in the country. The highway also includes in
Chetoumal To Laguna Agua Salada, a small lagoon located on the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula. A very challenging trail, a 4x4 required, through remote areas. Road starts in Chetumal, the capital of the state of Quintana Roo, and ends by the lagoon. Breathtaking for sure but with a fearsome reputation.
Lagunas de Montebello, or Montebello Lakes is a national park in the Mexican state of Chiapas, near the border with Guatemala. It was the first national park in Chiapas region and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO since 2009. The main attractions of the national park are
Road 307 from Palenque To La Trinitaria in Chiapas region. A very scenic jungle drive of almost 460km long. There are some interesting section of this route, north side near the Bonampak and Yachilán Mayan ruins and south side near Lagunas de Montebello
The road from Santa Monica, on the road 120, to the small village of Cruz Pinta, very close to road 85, passes by some great views of the mountains, the Zimapan reservoir, three tunnels and canyon walls. There are several stop areas or viewpoints among the route, ferry areas and camping sites around the reservoir.
Road 175 from Oaxaca To San Juan Bautista Tuxtepec. It is claimed to be Mexico’s most scenic road !! It offers most of what you may enjoy in Mexico. Mountains, desert, pine forest, jungle, cactus, mountain lakes, lots of curves, scenic views, hairpinned curves, rivers, and canyons.
Lagunas de Zempoala are a series of high mountain lakes at an elevation of 2.900m (9,500ft) within the Lagunas de Zempoala National Park. The road to the summit is the only road between major cities like Toluca and Cuernavaca. The road runs through
Nestled deep in the jungles of the greater Petén Basin region the road to Calakmul, a Maya archaeological site, is about 60km long. Take care with howler monkeys and jaguars. Starting from Conhuas, heading off Carretera 186, it’s a long drive, a lot of down a winding two-way road that is really narrow.
Calakmul is a Maya archaeological site in the Mexican state of Campeche, deep in the jungles of the greater Petén Basin region. Calakmul was a major Maya power within the northern Petén region of the Yucatán of southern Mexico. Calakmul was the seat of what has been