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Family Travel

If you love adventurous, in-depth, and transformative travel, you don't have to stop when you have kids. Family travel strengthens bonds and is a great way to share an experience with your loved ones. It is also a wonderful tool for the personal growth of the little...

Cultural and Linguistic Inmersion Trip in Mexico

Do you want to get to know the multifaceted Mexico City while improving your Spanish? Hike the Sierra Norte of Oaxaca while practicing your Spanish? Toast with a pulque while learning your first words of chilango Spanish? Make mole with a chef and talk about the finer...

March 8: International Women’s Day

Now that March 8 is approaching, I began to think that in Malinali travel we are only women in the world of tourism where the majority of colleagues are men. It has been a natural and spontaneous process, it has not been thought or planned. It just was like that. I...

Meanings of Malinali

MEANINGS OF THE WORD MALINALI In today's Mexico Malinali is a beautiful personal name for women. It comes from an ancient Nahuatl word - the most spoken language in Mexico after Spanish - and means "grass for making cordage". Its reverential form is Malinaltzin. Apart...

Regenerative Tourism

A Journey Towards Regeneration in Tourism: Rediscovering the Meaning of Travel The world of tourism is undergoing a transformation. Rather than simply visiting exotic destinations and enjoying a vacation, more and more travelers are seeking experiences that not only...

The “Velas” Festivities

The "Velas" festivities of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca The Isthmus of Tehuantepec is a narrow strip of land located in southeastern Mexico, connecting the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. The region is known for its rich cultural and ethnic diversity and inhabited...

Catrina & the day of the Dead

THE CATRINA AND THE DAY OF THE DEAD "Death is democratic, because at the end of the day, whether black, brown, rich or poor, all people end up being skulls", said the caricaturist José Guadalupe Posada, referring to his most famous character, the Catrina. The Catrina...