Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Cuatrociénegas Valley (Cuatro Ciénegas Valley)

An unusual part of Chihuahua desert with thousands of geothermal spring pools. Extremely high biodiversity including more than 70 endemic species not found outside...

Lake Alchichica

Unique maar lake with high level of endemism, especially noted due to rare stromatolites met only in few locations around the world. Endemic salamander...

Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral

The largest and oldest cathedral in Americas, built in lush Renaissance and Baroque style in 1573 - 1813. Location, GPS coordinates: 19.4340 N 99.1332 W Categories: Churches Values: Architecture, Visual Rating: Where...

Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve

Wintering habitats of the monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus Linnaeus, 1758). Some trees in Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve are covered with a thick layer of...

Cenote Angelita or… “The Nightmare”

The lake in Cenote Angelica is not entirely unique but nevertheless no other place in the world has brought such impressive sights and images....

Naica Cave of the Crystals

It is possible that entrails of the Earth hide more caves like this - but up to this day Naica Cave of the Crystals...

Arbol del Tule (Árbol del Tule)

One of main tourist attractions in the Mexican state of Oaxaca is an amazing tree - Arbol del Tule (Tule Tree). This Montezuma cypress...

Cola de Caballo, Jalisco

Vicinities of Guadalajara city are adorned with spectacular natural landmarks, such as the more than 150 m tall Cola de Caballo (Horsetail) waterfall. Cola de...

Sotano de las Golondrinas – Cave of the Swallows

One of the most impressive sinkholes in the world is Sotano de las Golondrinas - Cave of the Swallows. This hole in the ground...

El Zacaton sinkhole

One of the most impressive natural landmarks in Mexico is El Zacatón sinkhole. It is the deepest known water filled sinkhole in the world,...