Tamul Waterfall, San Luis Petosi

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Tamul Waterfall, Mexico


Prepare to be amazed by this drone video of the Tamul waterfall in central Mexico, compliments of contributor Jelipegomez.  The great falls are situated near Ciudad Valles in the state of San Luis Potosí, roughly midway between Mexico City and Monterrey.  It's an extremely wide plunge-type waterfall formed by the convergence of the  Gallinas and Santa Maria Rivers into the Tampaon River.  The falls has a drop of just over 100 meters (340 ft.) and is known for its brilliant torquoise waters.

Winegrowing in Coahuila

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Parras Coahuila


Thedronexperience created this beautiful drone video of the vineyards of Casa Madero. Recognized as one of the best winegrowing areas in Mexico, this beautiful scenery is located in the heart of Parras, a small city in north central Mexico which is one of the major wine growing areas of the country.  It is situated in the southern part the border state of Coahuila.  Parras Coahuila has now earned a place in literature: it was the setting for All the Pretty Horses (1992), Cormac McCarthy's first novel.

Copper Canyon

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Chepe Express Train - Exploring Copper Canyon


Copper Canyon is one of the great natural treasures of Mexico. Situated in the northwestern state of Chihuahua, it's actually a system of six connected canyons formed by six different rivers which drain the nearby mountains into the Gulf of California.  The main canyon is traversed by a railroad, construction of which took over four decades due to the challenging conditions.  Award winning contributor PostandFly created this incredible drone video of the magnificent canyon and its train line.

Chihuahua's Valley of the Monks

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Valley of the Monks


Contributor Postandfly gives us this drone's eye view of some of the most unusual rock formations on the planet.  It's called the Valley of the Monks, and it's in the Chihuahuan Desert, in the Mexican state of the same name.  The extreme conditions of the area turned what would have been ordinary looking sedimentary rocks into fantastically shaped formations.  The valley, which is also called the Valley of the Gods, is one of the most popular outdoor tourist attractions in northern Mexico.  

Basaseachic Falls

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Basaseachi Waterfall


Award winning contributor Postandfly created this epic drone video of one of the largest waterfalls in Mexico.  Basaseachic Falls (Cascada de Basaseachi) is situated in the north central part of the country, in the state of Chihuahua.  It's a plunge waterfall formed by two separate rivers, the Arroyo del Durazno and the Arroyo de Basaseachic.  With a total drop of 246 meters (807 ft.), it's the second largest waterfall in the country, after Cascada de Piedra Volada, which is also located in Chihuahua.

Monterrey: Capital of Nuevo Leon

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Monterrey, Mexico


Monterrey is the center of the third largest metropolitan area in Mexico (after Mexico City and Guadalajara), and its largest city in the northern part of the country.  It lies in the state of Nuevo Leon, of which it is the administrative capital.  Like most of the cities in the "inverted triangle" of Central Mexico, it is in a mountain valley, in this case of the Sierra Madre Mountains.  Contributor Droneexperience, one of the top drone piloting companies in Mexico, created this amazing aerial tour of their hometown.  

Cuatro Cienegas: Chihuahuan Desert Oasis

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Oasis Desert Cuatro Cienegas Coahuila


Check out this stunning drone video of an oasis of a desert in northern Mexico, compliments of contributor Morelia Films.  It was filmed in the area around the town of Cuatro Cienegas, which lies in the middle of the state of Coahuila.  Situated in the middle of the great Chihuahuan Desert, the area's wetlands created by its natural springs are so biodiverse that they have been used to study the possibility of life on Mars.  The video features footage both from the town and its surrounding natural treasures. 

Real de Catorce, San Luis Petosi

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Award winning contributor Postandfly created this beautiful aerial video of the "ghost town" of Real de Catorce, once one of the great mining towns of Central Mexico.  Situated in the state of San Luis Potosi, it's roughly in the middle of the great triangle formed by Mexico City, Monterrey, and Guadalajara.  The town was founded as a result of a large nearby silver discovery in the late 18th century, and at its height it was one of the biggest sources for the highly silver-dependent Spanish Empire.  

Aerial Tour of Coahuila

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Coahuila is life


Check out this stunning aerial tour of  Coahuila, Mexico.  One of the 31 states which make up the Mexican federation, Coahuila is located near the northeastern corner of the country.  With a long border with the US state of Texas, Coahuila is largely covered by the great Chihuahuan Desert, the third-largest desert in the Western Hemisphere, which covers portions of northern Mexico and the southern USA.  The video does a marvelous job of showing the stunning landscapes of one of the least densely populated Mexican states.  

Monterrey's Huastica Climbing Park

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Ballet performance in the mountains of Mexico, Parque La Huasteca

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If you want to see an example of the cinematic power of drones to create peope-focused content in scenic environments, check out this drone video by OOO Photography.  He filmed a ballet dancer in a park in the mountains of northern Mexico.  The setting is the La Huasteca climbing park outside of Monterrey, in the state of Nueva Leon.  The most amazing footage captures the dancer on a small point at the edge of a rock ledge set against the backdrop of the magnificent Sierra Madre Mountains.

The Great Chihuahuan Desert

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Aguja Inferior


The Chihuahuan Desert is one of the 15 largest in the world by area.  It's considered to be of the semi-tropical variety, and it covers over 360k square km (about 140k square mi) in the Southwestern USA and northern Mexico.  The Mexican part of the desert covers a large part of Chihuahua and four other states, and on the USA side it covers much of West Texas as well as portions of New Mexico and Arizona.  In this video by k2team.mty, you'll get a bird's eye view of this magnificent desert in the state of Nueva Leon.  

The Sierra Madre Oriental

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Pico Morteros


Here's an amazing drone video from the mountains near the Mexican city of Monterrey, compliments of contributor k2team.mty.  Located in the state of Nueva Leon, the mountains here form part of the Sierra Madre Oriental.  This range runs roughly diagonally down the eastern part of Mexico, approximately in parallel with the Sierra Madre Occidental chain which runs down the country's western side.  The city of Monterrey, Mexico's third-largest, lies in a valley created by these mountains.  


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Pico Cuauhtemoc

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Cañón de San Judas

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Monterrey 360

Normal Mexican Guy
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Estadio Sonora

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Huasteca Potosina 2014

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Cueva de la Virgen