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The Best Places to Travel to in October

October has arrived -- and what a month we have in store! From lively beer festivals to moonlit parties and spooky celebrations, spring in the Southern Hemisphere and fall in the Northern Hemisphere are...
A street in Guanajuato, a pueblo magico in central Mexico

4 Stunning Pueblos Magicos to Visit in Central Mexico

Mexico is a diverse, colorful, and fascinating country. Its world-famous coastlines are lined with idyllic beaches set beside warm, crystal-clear waters, and its inland areas are enlivened with the hustle and bustle of enormous...

What’s Really Happening at the Tijuana Border

Fifteen hundred neatly organized sandwiches are assembled by 10 local volunteers as the smell of 30-plus pounds of sizzling beef wafts across the World Central Kitchen (WCK) headquarters in Tijuana, Mexico. The non-profit, founded...

Slow and Steady: Cycling the Pan-American Highway

Johannes Preuß decided to make his first long-distance cycling tour a big one. Sure, he had gone on a few day-trips, shorter rides between his hometown of Meppen, Germany, and the university he attended...

Photographing Tultepec’s Firework Festival

Emilio Espejel is an independent press photographer based in Mexico City. His work revolves around social issues such as migration and human rights, as well as subjects like travel and festivals. His photographs have...
Skyline of San Miguel de Allende

Untouched Charm: Volunteering in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Mexico is a country of incredible diversity. Beautiful beachfront hotels are speckled along its coasts, deep valleys that compete with the beauty of the Grand Canyon can be found among the mountains, the food...

Instagram Spotlight: Daniel Durazo (@danieldurazo)

We feature some of the brightest Instagram storytellers in the Passion Passport community through our Instagram Spotlight series. This week, Daniel Durazo (@danieldurazo) shares his photography experiences across four continents. OMAN Being in the Sultanate...

What It’s Like to Experience Dia de los Muertos in Mexico

Children skip through the 600-year-old streets of Patzcuaro, Mexico, collecting candy as families, business owners, and churches prepare for the annual Dia de los Muertos celebration the next day. Vibrant, orange marigolds hang from...

Discovering Oaxaca’s Intangible Magic

In 1991, Ana Paula Fuentes (@anadelcamino) visited Oaxaca, Mexico, on a day-trip with her family. She fell in love. After finding excuse after excuse to return — volunteer work, research, social service for university...

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