Acapulco: Mexico's Oldest Resort City
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Acapulco Mist


Award winning contributor Postandfly created this stunning drone video descending through the clouds above Acapulco, Mexico.  The city is the oldest and best known of the beach cities along the country's long Pacific and Baja coastlines.  Like most of Mexico's western coastal towns, it's surrounded by hills.  Located in the state of Guerrero, Acapulco is best known for its natural circular bay, which (as you'll see in the video) is frequented by cruise ships.

Aerial Tour of Mazatlan
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Over Mazatlan

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Legacy video used a drone to create this amazing aerial tour of Mazatlan, one of the beach cities along Mexico's Pacific coastline.  Mazatlan is located in the state of Sinaloa.  It is situated roughly a third of the way down the Pacific coast, approximately level with the tip of Baja California.  Legacy used a DJI Phantom 3 drone to create this video of the city, which was founded by the Spanish in 1531 and is one of the oldest cities on Mexico's west coast.  

Resort in Cabo San Lucas
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Cabo San Lucas Resort by Drone

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Cabo San Lucas is located on Mexico's Pacific Coast.  Cabo has something to offer everyone, from beachgoers to kite surfers, fishermen, off-road adventurers, and cruise ship passengers.  Contributor Douglas Thron used a drone to capture Cabo's flavor from a high end resort on the beach.  The bird's eye views of this beach paradise will help you understand why it is one of the most popular vacation spot in a country which is full of world-class beach destinations.

Zicatela Beach: Surfers' Paradise
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Zicatela Surf


Award winning contributor Postandfly gives us this beautiful aerial video of a beach spot in his native state of Oaxaca on Mexico's Pacific coastline.  Zicatela Beach is considered one of the best surfing beaches in the Western Hemisphere.  It's just a short distance from Puerto Escondido, a beach town which is widely considered to be more authentically Oaxacan than Huatuco, the state's other big beach spot which was developed on a large scale basis in a manner similar to Cancun.

Puerto Vallarta: Paradise in Jalisco
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Puerto Vallarta


Top contributor Postandfly does it again with this epic drone video of Puerto Vallarta, one of Mexico's top tourist destination.  The city is located about midway down the country's Pacific coastline, in the state of Jalisco.  The video contains some amazing aerials of Puerto Vallarta's famous new pier, which was recently rated by CNN as amongst the most beautiful in the world.  Built in 2013, the pier extends into the Bahía de Banderas from the core downtown.

Tijuana: Border City
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Tijuana: The Border


In this video, Postandfly gives us a bird's eye view of Tijuana, the largest city on Mexico's western coasts.  It's the largest city in the state of Baja California, which extends from the US border to Cabo St. Lucas at the tip of the BC peninsula.  Tijuana is one of the major manufacturing centers of Mexico, and is home to many maquiladora factories.  Most of the video's footage is shot around the city's Pacific Ocean beach coastline.  He also gets some good shots of the giant Plaza Monumental arena.

Sea Life in the Gulf of California
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The World's Aquarium

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For a look at the amazing array of Mexican sea life, it's hard to beat this award winning video by Bryson.  The video, which uses a combination of drone, ground camera, and underwater footage, was shot off of La Paz.  La Paz is on the eastern side of the Baja California peninsula, on the Gulf of California (also known as the Sea of Cortez on the Mexican side of the border).  The aerial/underwater footage of whales, sea turtles, manta rays, and much else is simply spectacular.  

Oaxaca: La Ventinilla
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La Ventanilla


Top contributor shot this amazing drone video of La Ventanilla, a small community in the state of Oaxaxa on Mexico's southern Pacific coast.  The village and surrounding beach area has become a major center for eco-tourism.  In the video you'll see why.  Most of it was shot in a mangrove swamp, only a short distance from the ocean but literally a world apart.  The star is a 4 meter (13 foot) one-eyed crocodile, who apparently takes no offense from the hovering drone.  

Surfing in Baja California
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Surfing in Rosarito, Baja California


Contributor Evanthomas1 gives us this epic aerial video of Rosarita, a small beach community on the Pacific Ocean coast of Baja California.  It's located just a short distance south of Tijuana, the largest city in BC and the fifth largest metropolitan area in Mexico.  In sharp contrast to the bustling industrial city to its north, Rosarita is a very laid back surfing community, much more akin to one of the LA surfing towns just a short distance further up the coast.  


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Cabo San Lucas

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Fly By Cabo

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