Quintana Roo

From pre-columbian settlements that features astonishing archaeological zones to a vast jungle filled with extensive flora and fauna, coastal paradises full of blue turquoise beaches, a unique savannah or villages filled with authentic Mexican architecture and color as well as modern city landscapes can be found in Quintana Roo, México. This gorgeous state has provided stunning locations for many great and small productions over the years.


The state where some of the most beautiful real estate in the country is located, is most famous for its Mayan ruins. Merida is the capital of Yucatan, it offers elegant hotels and restaurants, as well as shopping malls, small shops and a central market. The city has a rich cultural life that celebrates its diversity. This state has many gifts of nature, from the River Celestún Biosphere Reserve, near the fishing villages, where thousands of bright pink flamingos live, along with a host of other exotic bird and plant species and the thousands of cenotes found in the region. If what you are looking for are landscapes with great biodiversity and filming underwater, Yucatan is the ideal place for your filming.


This outstanding state is in the heart of the second largest extension of tropical forest in America; one of the best conserved in the region and the center of connectivity in the Selva Maya. The ecosystems in here are the product of evolution and adaptation under prevailing environmental influences, which in turn were modified significantly by the management practices of the Mayan culture. The harbor town of Campeche is an urbanization model of a Baroque colonial town, with its checkerboard street plan.


Chiapas is full of mesmerizing landscapes. From the coast of the pacific, up to his rural and steep saws, imposing canyons, bottomless forests, volcanoes, plains and earth to seed; Chiapas reflects an image of nobility, of virtuosity, a multiplicity of sceneries and destinations, which distinguish it as the wonderful, only and outstanding state in the multicolored mosaic of the Mexican ground. Chiapas is a very beautiful postcard from any side that you look at it.

Baja California

The baja California peninsula is divided in 2 different states: north and south. This corner of Mexico has an exotic territory that includes beaches, mountain ranges, amazing vineyards, desert and mines. In the north SIDE you can find cities, borders, ports and desert valleys that at the same time mix with the sea. The most representative cities are Mexicali, Tijuana, Ensenada and Rosarito. One of the most visited and popular places in Baja California Sur is undoubtedly Los Cabos, which is surrounded by deserts, paradisiacal beaches, luxury resorts and golf courses. Filming here is a wonderful experience.


At the center of the state stands beautiful colonial Oaxaca city, elegant and fascinating cultural hub. Nearby, the forested Sierra Norte is home to successful ventures enabling visitors to hike, bike and ride horses amid delicious green mountain landscapes. To the south, across rugged, remote ranges, is Oaxaca’s fabulous tropical coast, with its wide sandy beaches, pumping Pacific surf, seas full of dolphins and turtles, and a string of beach towns and villages that will placate even the most anxious of travelers. The scenario between sea and mountain is magical.