Exploring Teotihuacan Pyramids | Mexico Travel Vlog | RVers Travel Inspiration





This weeks RVers Mexico travel vlog takes you to the Teotihuacan pyramids about an hour outside of Mexico city. This is a great day trip or overnight excursion if your visiting Mexico City. We show you the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, one of the largest cities in Mesoamerica, rediscovered by the Aztecs! It’s easy to see why Teotihuacan Mexico is one of the most visited attractions.
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19 Replies to “Exploring Teotihuacan Pyramids | Mexico Travel Vlog | RVers Travel Inspiration”

  1. DaKat

    Love your vlogs and adventures- had no idea the pyramids had so much to offer. I am seriously thinking an RV trip, though requiring a lot of planning, is doable based on what you've shared. not easy, but an adventure.

  2. Cash STT

    If you guys ever get tired of the RV Life you could transition easily into being college professors. Great Video…..all of the Mexico videos are top notch…they are your best work yet.

  3. Oklahoma’s Tumbleweeds

    We would love to do that, but are a bit aged out. We love to RV but walking long distances and grades is very difficult. Guess we will live vicariously through y’all! Be safe and enjoy! Dan – Oklahoma Tumbleweeds.

  4. charlie cheeseface

    Maybe if theyd spent their money on survival instead of fancy buildings they might still be around today.
    Like if we would have bought personal protective equipment we wouldn't be struggling to avoid deaths today from covid 19..

  5. Allen Stanten

    great job! My 21 yr old and I visited last Thanksgiving and it didn't disappoint. It was s 3.5 hour drive from San Miguel de Allende where my Mother-in-Law lives. Wish we could have seen the night show too.

  6. Mark Jung

    That was super-cool! Really enjoyed the background music — reminded me of Mel Gibson's "Apocalypto".
    I've got a couple of YT accounts on here, but I'm the guy who keeps on asking during your Mexico trip: "Donde esta el tequila?" Did I miss the vlog where you visit a tequila factory, or farm or whatever it's called?

    Also, I kept on losing focus during your video due to that psychedelic frog over Dennis' right shoulder. He seemed to be sending me vibes that I should try peyote. Let him him know that I will once I've finished with my shrooms!

    Safe travels and have fun!

  7. artaud

    For some reason, the sun feels x10 stronger in Teotihuacan. It's intriguing how a place with a pyramid dedicated to the sun feels like the closest place in the world to it lol.

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