Where We Go
CC Mexico practices slow travel, enabling us to go deep into a place to get to know the best of it. So we don’t go everywhere in Mexico, we go to three key sites where we know we can provide you with an unforgettable experience.
Oaxaca is the capital of the state by the same name. It is a World Heritage listed colonial city. The city is a popular tourist destination, not the least because of its lively cultural scene, which sees calenderas (parades) most weeks, annual events, such as the Gualagetza and Dias de los Muertes, and regular saint day celebrations. Its rich colonial and indigenous cultures make Oaxaca a unique experience.
CDMX - Mexico City
One of the world’s megacities, CDMX can overwhelm, unless you understand that it’s a collection of villages, each with it’s own distinct personality, all crushing in upon one another. With a great metro and bus system, it is surprisingly easy to navigate but you do need patience. Things move at a different pace in this multi-layered metropolis. You’ll be surprised by the sophistication and beauty of this often under-valued city.
Located in the Yucatan, the centre of Mayan culture in Mexico, Merida is a thriving modern city. Astounding archeological sites, such as Uxmal and Chitzen Itza are just a day trip away, as are mysterious cenotes, where you can cool off from the heat and imagine the life of pre-hispanic Mexico.