Volcanoes and crescent beaches pepper the Colima landscape. The Laguna de Cuyutlán area is rich in natural salt deposits. Legend has it that Comala inspired Juan Rulfo when he wrote his novel Pedro Páramo.

Bushy ficus trees mark the landscape on the coasts of Guerrero around Acapulco and Ixtapa Zihuatanejo. The baroque Santa Prisca church, considered one ofthe most beautiful in Mexico, dominates the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Taxco.                             

Jalisco has several jewels in its crown: Lake Chapala, fields of agaves, archaeological sites, beautiful cities, important seaports, not to mention charros, mariachis, and tequila, synonymous with Mexican identity.

Michoacán is a state replete with charm. Its fir forests are sanctuaries for monarch butterflies. Purépecha presence is seen and felt in Tzintzuntzan and Ihuatzio. Echoes of New Spain resonate in Morelia and Pátzcuaro, and the island of Janitzio has an unforgettable indigenous Day of the Dead celebration.

Nayarit offers history, culture, traditions, beaches, and ecotourism and adventure sites. The Riviera Nayarit has coastal lagoons, mangroves, and wetlands where the diversity of flora and fauna of this region can be admired.