Deborah Rodriguez spent five years living in Afghanistan helping to run the Kabul Beauty School, empowering local women and equipping them with skills in hair and makeup.
Throughout México on February 2nd people dress up figures of baby Jesus and take it to the church to be blessed.
On New Year’s day in 1994, rebels from Mexico’s indigenous community seized several towns in the south of the country, taking the government by complete surprise.
Local farmers, craftsmen and tourists celebrate the traditional “Night of the Radishes” in Oaxaca, Mexico.
The Baja 1000 is known as the ‘granddaddy of all desert races’.
For the third consecutive year, Mexico will have its very own Black Friday from the 15th to the 18th of November.
The Pacífico brewery was launched in Mazatlán at the beginning of the 20th century and began exporting to the United States in 1985.
Clowns of all shapes and sizes have marched through Mexico City on an annual pilgrimage to the Basilica of Our Lady Guadalupe.
A reception was held at El Recreo in El Centro for Canadians resident in Mazatlán to celebrate July 1st.
Mexican lucha libre, far from being a sport, is a family tradition that is carried on the mask and heart.
Mexico is the country with the highest number of archaeological sites on the UNESCO’s record in the whole of Latin America and the seventh in the entire world.
Cyclists in Mexico City have bared all for World Naked Bike Ride day to protest against car culture and to campaign for more rights for cyclists.
México ranks the lowest in security, employment, education, and income.
Sunday was the busiest day for the lifeguards who estimated 15,000-20,000 were swimming in the waters of Las Cabras.
Watch Mazatlán Turístico’s new 2013 promotional video.