From sportfishing to scuba diving in ancient Mayan cenotes, a weekend in Mexico has something for everyone.
Students at Amansala's Bikini Boot Camp in Tulum, Mexico.
Board maker Alex Olea at Costa Azul Surf Shop in Los Cabos, Mexico, where all boards are custom made.
Women practice standing on their boards at Todos Santos Eco Adventures Baja Surf Camp.
An instructor helps a student paddle out into the surf.
Students running on the beach at Amansala’s Bikini Boot Camp.
A sportfishing charter boat in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The Aqua Twister, a 50-foot jet boat based in Cancun that spins around Nichupte Bay at 55 miles per hour.
Tourists explore one of the Mayan Rivera's many cenotes, or underground sinkholes.
On your next trip to Mexico, stop by Extreme Control in Tulum to learn to kiteboard from the best.
Chef Jose Alejandro Alvarez at Captain Tony's Restaurant Bar in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
A statue of a marlin at the Cabo Maritime Center. With the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Sea of Cortez on the other, Cabo is home to more than 800 species of fish and is known as the marlin capital of the world.