Chihuahua Vacations

Chihuahua, named after the Chihuahuan Desert, actually contains the most forests in all of Mexico. The city along the northwestern coast of Mexico shares a long border with the United States. Human occupation of the area stretches back to 12,000 BC. Spanish explorers arrived in 1528, and Western presence lasted until the Mexican War of ... Read more
Independence. Today, the city features a diverse natural wildlife and a rich religious culture, and has little to do with the little dog.
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Phoenix, Arizona, USA
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Carved from the legendary Sierra Madre mountain range in the state of Chihuahua, a colossal network of six interweaving canyons make up what is known as the Copper Canyons, or Barrancas del Cobre in Spanish. Some of these canyons run deeper than Arizona’s Grand Canyon by a margin of over 1,000 feet. While the Copper Canyon seems to lack the status of the Grand Canyon, this Mexican treasure suffers no shortage of natural beauty. It is simply pristine. Teeming with wildlife, much of the striking landscape of the Copper Canyons has remained virtually unexplored and unexploited.

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Un lugar muy placentero, te distraes un buen

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Albuquerque, New Mexico
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