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Mexico, in the time of COVID 19 begs the question: “Is it safe to travel to Mexico in these challenging times?” As of April 2021, Mexico locations that cater to tourism, such as colonial towns are becoming relatively safe to travel, if you take precautions, even where they aren’t imposed, to include purchasing travel insurance,...
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Preparing for my next All-Inclusive Tour to San Miguel de Allende scheduled December  11-16 2021. Visit www.dulcevidatravel.com Enjoy this video that highlights my current visit.
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Mexico City – 7 Day Creatives Guide Hola Creatives! Mexico City continues to live up to its reputation as one of the world’s most vibrant, charismatic, and extraordinary cities in the world. Creatives that experience Mexico City, are forever inspired by the designs, colors, and authenticity that range from historical-cultural traditions to modern trends. Enjoy...
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A GUIDE TO PUEBLO MAGICOS THE MEXICAN MAGIC TOWN EXPERIENCE Los Estados de Mexico is home to 111 small towns, known as Pueblos Mágicos. These are Mexican towns whose culture, cuisine, history, and or natural treasures are described as a magical experience. Characteristics of these towns are the influences of Mexico’s indigenous past and their...
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  We are all ready for 2021! Decorate your home or office with this beautiful watercolor Mexican themed 2021 wall calendar. This is a Digital Print of a 2021 Monthly Calendar, with weeks starting on Monday. This can be used as an individual page to post up on your fridge or notice board, or you can...
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  GUADALAJARA A CITY RICH WITH CULTURE & TRADITION In partnership with Visit Guadalajara Tourism Office, sharing a travel guide of my fathers’ home town of  Guadalajara MX, the land of Charros, Mariachis, and Tequila. My Mexican heritage is rooted in Guadalajara, where the popular saying is common “The Most Beautiful Women In Mexico are...
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La Catrina
Catrinas, elegant figurines made in ceramic, clay, and other materials are an extraordinary hallmark of Mexican popular culture, one that reflects Day of the Dead traditions in particular and which also tells a history dating back over a century. The character on which La Calavera Catrina —“The elegant lady”— is based was conceived by Mexican engraver José...
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Long before we started decorating with skeletons and ghosts for Halloween, some 2,500 years ago, the indigenous people of Mesoamerica celebrated their dead with a month- long festival. But this holiday is warm rather than spooky. In honor of the Lady of the Dead Goddess Mictecacihuatl, they held feasts for the dead. And after the...
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You may have heard the boastful phrase, “West Coast, Best Coast” from those who love to brag about their Pacific Ocean-facing backyards. Washington, Oregon, and California (and don’t forget about Canada and Alaska!) certainly have plenty of reasons to gloat, and it becomes even more obvious to those who venture on road trips up and...
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Hola Amigas! Excited to share my new Travel Guide, now available on Amazon for purchase. The Amigas Guide to Puebla Mexico – A Cultural Destination Beyond Expectation Why I Love Puebla Puebla has a special place in my heart, as I have family that lives in Puebla, and have had the opportunity to explore and...
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At Dulce Vida Travel we love the Mexican experience, especially the warmth and generosity of the Mexican culture. We are based in San Jose California.

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We specialize in Mexican cultural guided tours, that focus on history, art, shopping and culinary experiences, both in Mexico’s Magic Towns and the Bayarea’s thriving Latino food and art scene.

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