As if you needed another reason to come volunteer in Mexico, these waterfalls will seal the deal.
If you're an LDS volunteer in Mexico, there are several LDS temples that you can visit in this beautiful country. One of those is Guadalajara so make sure to add this destination to your list!
Did you know there is a (huge) city in Mexico called Leon that is considered to be the shoe AND leather capital of the world? I mean, I'm talking high quality leather shoes that even the Pope himself seeks out! Not only do they have great shoes, they also have other leather goods like belts, bags and even leather jackets.
This is one of the coolest parts about living and volunteering in San Jose Iturbide, Mexico. With more things to buy than you would ever need and all the delicious food you could ever want, make sure you check out this local market during your semester in Mexico!
Picture standing in the forests of Mexico, surrounded by millions and millions of golden, Monarch butterflies. If you spend a semester abroad in Mexico you can totally make this happen, all for around $2.
We all know that one of the best things about vacation is getting to eat at all the yummy, local restaurants, am I right? If you're like me and find yourself in Puerto Escondido, Mexico ... I got a restaurant recommendation that you're gonna love!
Ready for an exciting adventure? Paso De Vaquero will bring you just that! This place is a must visit while volunteering in Mexico and something that is easily a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
It’s no secret we love all the food there is to eat in Mexico, so we want to make sure all volunteers know the right lingo and get to taste our favs.
Planning a semester abroad in Mexico? Well, it’s never too late to start thinking about all the rad ILP vacations you can take, like maybe in the dreamy city of San Jose, Costa Rica?