10 Most Breathtaking Views in Mexico

Puerto Vallarta Winter Sunset
Puerto Vallarta

Source: Flickr Rodney Johnson

Puerto Vallarta Winter Sunset. At the waters edge in downtown Puerto Vallarta.


Tulum, Yucatan, Mexico

Source: Flickr Anik Messie

Tulum is the site of a Pre-Columbian Maya walled city serving as a major port for Cobá. The ruins are located on 12-meter (39 ft) cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico.


Oaxaca en la Noche

Source: Flickr ניקולס

When its 3am and you can’t sleep, there’s nothing like going for a nice walk. The crisp cool air of the Oaxacan night was wonderful. Calle de Abasolo. Oaxaca de Juarez. Oaxaca, Mexico



Source: Flickr Robert Hall

CHIAPAS. Chiflon. Ala de Àngel revisited


Between Creel and Batopilas
The Copper Canyon

Source: Flickr Ars Clicandi

Between Creel and Batopilas


La Bufadora
The Bufadora

Source: Flickr David Boyk

La Bufadora (The Buffalo Snort), a natural blowhole near Ensenada.


Chichen Itza

Source: Flickr David Stanley

A Mayan pyramid nicknamed El Castillo is the main building at Chichen-Itza, Mexico


Top of Cola de Caballo in B&W_5040
Horsetail Falls

Source: Flickr Betty

Cola de Caballo, or Horsetail Falls is about 25 miles outside of Monterrey, Mexico. For the complete description of this waterfall see the photo in my stream immediately preceding this one. This was at the top, after a good walk up the mountain to get to this vantage point.


Trade Winds - Isla Mujeres, Mexico (Near Cancun)
Isla Mujeres

Source: Flickr Patrick Smith

Trade Winds – Isla Mujeres, Mexico (Near Cancun). The amazing quality of the light is what impressed me first when I witnessed this scene. It was so intense that I had to slightly desaturate the reddest part of the sky to retain detail!


el arco de cabo san lucas
Cabo San Lucas Arch
Source: Flickr Sam Scholes

el arco de cabo san lucas
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico