Mexico is a land of contrast - jungles, deserts, big cities, small pueblos, fiestas, great art, ancient ruins, modern cuisine, beaches, mountains, resorts and boutique inns. It is difficult to describe, because you will leave something out.
     So JB Journeys has chosen to represent what we feel is the essence of the land and the people. These are places we have traveled ourselves or have current first hand reports.
     We love to cook, eat, and drink and e feature cooking classes at Seasons of My Heart in Oaxaca. Day classes include chocolate, mushroom foraging, or cheese making. Week long classes include Day of the Dead, Guelaguetza, and further afield, Michoacan for Monarch butterflies and local specialties or the Cacao Fiesta in Tabasco and Chiapas.  
     Baja California is more than bikinis and jello shots, yet still wild, and we mean wildlife. We are pleased to work with RED, a conservation organization who has invited travelers to help with turtle monitoring.  We are offering several different itineraries, good for all ages and especially for multi-generational family groups. Baja California is what Jacques Cousteau once called American's aquarium' and these trips are  the perfect combination of adventure, discovery and comfort for all ages.
by Louise Talley
by Louise Talley
by Louise Talley
by Louise Talley
Romerillo, Day of the Dead
Day of the Dead, Romerillo
San Juan Chamula, Day of the Dead
Day of the Dead, San Juan Chamula
Tonina, in the state of Chipapas
Tonina, in the state of Chipapas
Sumidero Canyon, in the state of Chiapas
Sumidero Canyon, in the state of Chiapas
Amantanengo, in the state of Chiapas
Amantanengo, in the state of Chiapas
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