Go to Mexico with everything and your pet

Contrary to what happens in other countries of the world, the entrance of pets to Mexico is a relatively simple procedure with any of the Mexican airlines; dogs can enter simply by presenting some papers and don´t require any period of quarantine. At your entrance to the country, you must present the vaccination card of your pet in which the rabies vaccine is covered, since it is the most important vaccine that you must accredit and must have been applied at least thirty days before the flight. You must also have a health certificate issued by a veterinarian maximum ten days prior to the date of travel, now only decide your destination and enjoy Mexico.

Mexico City

The city is undoubtedly one of the friendliest places with pets, since it has many parks with areas designed exclusively for your dog to have fun in its own way; some of these places are the Mexico Park, the Venados Park, Lincoln Park, Pushkin Garden, La Mexicana Park and Naucalli Park. Some colonies in the city are more friendly with the puppies than others, for example, the Colonia Roma, the Condesa, the Del Valle and the Narvarte are some of those with the best infrastructure to receive your pets, with many parks, pet friendly cafes and restaurants, pet stores and the possibility of finding many new friends.


This is one of the best beach destinations in the Mexican Pacific, and it is also one of the most pet friendly beach places in Mexico. The relaxed atmosphere of Sayulita is ideal to hang out with your pet, since you can practically enter everywhere in the company of your four-legged friend, added this to the large number of hotels where you can stay without any problem with your furry friend.


Like Mexico City, Guadalajara has many spaces for the entertainment of your pet, in the city and its surroundings have enabled many dog parks that have special facilities to promote games of agility. Within the Metropolitan Park of Guadalajara is MetroCan, the largest dog park in Jalisco where different activities are also carried out to encourage coexistence between dogs and their owners. In addition, the city has places such as the Guadalajara Center and Chapultepec Avenue that are excellent for walking with your pet.

San Miguel de Allende

This picturesque city of the state of Guanajuato is one of the most important tourist destinations in Mexico and here pets couldn´t go unnoticed, because the center of San Miguel is ideal for walking with your dog and the surroundings you will find many cafes and restaurants that will give you free entry.

Don´t leave your pet at home and ask about the conditions of the different Mexican airlines so that you can travel together and without any problem. So that you know the wonders of Mexico and enjoy a few days out of the ordinary in any of these states, where we are sure that you will be received with open arms.

Catemaco, a land of magic and nature

In Mexico, when someone has had some very bad days, or with very bad luck, and despite all the efforts and good intentions, it still doesn´t do well, it is most likely that someone will recommend going to have a “clean” in Catemaco, since this town is internationally recognized as the witchcraft capital of the world and you can visit it just by taking one of the flights to Veracruz.

White sorcerers and black sorcerers

The white sorcerers are considered good and close to God and on the other hand, the black sorcerers, they resort to the so feared devil. It is believed that black sorcerers work with negative forces and whites resort to angels and saints to seek divine intervention in order to heal the spirit and the body, detect if the individual has been bewitched, cure of fright or attract prosperity, among other things, while the so-called black magic is used to make someone wrong, to take revenge on a bad love or enemy, to ruin the competition and as many evils as you can think of.

However, Catemaco is not just magic and esotericism, because what is really going to enchant you is its gastronomy, its people and that is surrounded by places with natural settings that are unique in their kind.

The Jump of Eyipantla

It is a place 12km from Catemaco with a cascade of a spectacular fall of 50m, which in pre-Hispanic times was known as the Paradise of Tlalocan or Lord of the Rains. Tlaloc was considered the god of water and it was believed that this was his house; the view is so beautiful that in this place international films like Apocalypto have been filmed.

Reserve of the Biosfera de la Tuxtlas

This place has a huge biodiversity and is one of the rainiest areas of the country, here are reported many species ranging from birds, reptiles, mammals fish and insects, while in terms of flora, have registered more than 3 thousand representative species. Within the reserve, you can make several ecotourism activities perfect for nature lovers.

Nanciyaga Ecological Reserve

This is an ecotourism center in the middle of the tropical jungle surrounded by a lagoon, the place has 12 cabins to stay and tours to the jungle are organized where, in addition to the natural beauty, you can admire sculptures of pre-Hispanic reproductions. The place also has Temazcal, masseurs, masks, mud baths and, of course, spiritual cleanings.

Sontecomapan lagoon

In this community ecotourism center you will enjoy one of the most beautiful wonders of Veracruz nature, around the corridor of volcanic hills you can visit mangroves observing the rich flora and fauna that inhabit them, it is an ideal place for kayak rides, by boat or to take long walks on its beaches.

We assure you that when you visit Catemaco, the place will enchant you to such a degree that you will want to take the flights to Veracruz again and again, until finally you end up accepting that the magic of the place exists and you have been caught.


Villages of Chihuahua that will leave your mark

In Chihuahua there are many places where you can spend a few days very different from what you could have in any other destination to vacation, because being the largest in Mexico, has a fairly wide diversity. Then, flights to Chihuahua will give you the opportunity to know its Magic Towns, which are the best representation of its diversity.


In the heart of the great state of Chihuahua, is the city of Batopilas, a picturesque community that preserves a large part of its proud mining architecture at the end of the last century. The house of Alexander R. Sheperd, who owned one of the richest mines in the region is a good example of this, also the Temple of the Virgin Del Carmen and the Temple of the Holy Angel in Satevó, both colonial monuments of extraordinary beauty, built in the seventeenth century. Other attractions are the Barffuson House, the Bigleer House and the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz School of the 18th century, making it an ideal destination for lovers of long walks, it is an experience to walk its rivers and paths, admire its wonderful scenery, get to know the old missions and visit the great viewpoints.


Creel city

Creel is considered the capital of the Sierra Tarahumara; it is a very special place where it is possible to learn about the customs, traditions, dress and cuisine of the Rarámuris. From here, you can start a trip to meet a people who resist modernization and changes. In the surroundings of Creel, adventure tourism can be practiced in activities such as rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, rappelling, hiking and tours of the ravines. Other attractions are the famous Elephant Stone, named for its great resemblance to the animal, as well as the Monks and Frogs Valleys with whimsical rock formations and the beautiful Arareco Lake.

Cuauhtémoc City

Cuahutemoc city sky view

One of the attractions of Cuauhtémoc City is the Mennonite Museum; this is an important community with a long presence in Mexico. The Mennonites arrived from Canada north of the city of Chihuahua in 1922, they are a reserved community with strong family and religious structures, their culture places great value on self-sufficiency and this philosophy of life has enabled them to develop amazing skills.


This community is located in a valley full of apple orchards, where the Chepe makes a daily stop, and wine is a fundamental part of the history and charm of the region since this valley has a microclimate similar to the conditions of spring throughout the year, which is perfect for growing the raw material of La Vid wine. The Tarahumara of this area also produce apples high in the mountains of the Copper Canyon, Tarahumara apples have the characteristic of being sweet, delicious and of incomparable export quality, and the apple pie baked in wood is a dessert that is it became a hallmark of Cerocahui.
Take one of the flights to Chihuahua and take an out-of-the-ordinary vacation in any of these Magical Towns, where all you have to do is let yourself be pampered and admire the landscape.