- Pink flowers (Tabebuia rosea) in Villahermosa.
Also called Roble Blanco or Palo de Rosa, this flower is not only found in Tokyo and Washington, but in Villahermosa. This city is dyed in light to dark pink when the pink tabebuias blooms and it covers the lake that is considered as symbol of the city, named la Laguna de las ilusiones.
- The snowy mountains of Arteaga.
It is not strange to see the mountains between Saltillo and Monterrey covered up with snow, offering beautiful landscapes that are even more amazing that the ones in Norway or Finland. The next photo was taken from the last February, 2012.
- Castle of the ex Hacienda of Chautla.
Located near of San Martin Texmelucan (Puebla), this castle is surrounded by an artificial lake, that currently is a museum where you can organize your own wedding. Also, around the castle you can rent a boat, practice rappel, canopy and more.
Photo source: exhaciendadechautla.gob.mx
- The stupa of Valle de Bravo.
It may be a surprise to find a Budhist monument in the middle of the nearest forests from Valle de Bravo and Avandaro. This stupa keeps the relics of this Asian religion. The monument or stupa has 7 meters of height and it takes around 30 minutes driving to arrive to it.
- The desert of the Pinacate in Sonora.
You do not have to travel to Sahara to find the dry weather and it golden dunes that are typical of it. Located in the north of Sonora, the landscapes of its dunes are not considered a competence to the ones in Sahara. In some areas of this desert, the NASA has developed experiments of the ships that has traveled to Mars.
Photography by ©Cjaronu’s Blog.
- The Kickapoos in Coahuila.
In Mexico, there are some ethnics groups that still wears their feather hats and use their characteristic greeting “hao”. They are located in the middle-north of Coahuila, place named El Nacimiento. They are a bi-national group; it means that they can go across from Mexico and United States without visa.The next photo is the chief Chakoka, leader of the ethnic group from Mexico.
Photography by ©La Vanguardia
- Gypsum dunes of Cuatro Ciénegas.
The gypsum piled up due to the gust of wind, created solidified dunes that offers an amazing view that just a few places in the world have: dazzling white sands.
- Petrified waterfalls of Hierve el Agua in Oaxaca.
The amount of minerals carried by the waterfall has created some stalactites outdoors since millions of years ago, creating a petrified view. Of course, the water keeps falling from this waterfall in rainy season.
- Underwater Museum of Art (MUSA) in Cancún.
The first person in creating an underwater museum of art in the world was Jason de Caires Taylor, who also was the sculptor and director of this museum located in Cancun. Encourage yourself and dive into the sea in order to see a big artwork of 400 sculptures of actual size, called “La evolución silenciosa” (The noiseless evolution).
Photography by ©Explorador Turístico desde Blogspot.
- Waterfall of Tamul in the Huasteca Potosina.
In the junction of the Gallinas and Tampaon rivers, it shows up a green waterfall of 100 meters, that you can visit from above and below the river. Watch Out! The colors showed in this waterfall are real, without retouching.
Photography by ©Aquismón Adventures.
- The Monk´s Valley in Sierra Tarahumara of Chihuahua.
A few kilometres of Creel, some statues of 30 meters of height shows up, which ones from far away seems to be a procession of monks wandering in the forest. This is one of the most landscapes photographed in the country.