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Mexico Travel Updates, New Hotels in 2017: Cancun, Cabo, Nayarit and More

From the Pacific to the Caribbean , Mexico continues to expand their tourism offerings with new hotels and innovative attractions. And with increased flights into Mexico thanks to lifted aviation restrictions, getting to Mexico will be easier than ever in 2017. Here is a look for what's in store for... Read more »

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Aeromexico Announce its New Flight: Mexico – Seoul

Aeromexico begins this year with great news for Mexico. On May 27th, Aeromexico will launch its third flight to the Asian continent with four weekly flights between Mexico City and Seoul, South Korea. The flight will be operated with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, considered one of the most modern ... Read more »

Posted In: Mexico City, News

Calm Restored to Cancun and Playa Del Carmen

As you may have seen reported in local media, there have been two separate shooting incidents in the state of Quintana Roo. Journey Mexico is following both situations very closely via our office and staff in Cancun. Any clients we have in the area are being personally contacted by our Cancun sta... Read more »

Updated Mexico Travel Warning from U.S. Department of State

In an effort to make sure U.S. citizens are aware of any international security concerns in Mexico, the U.S. Department of State has been updating their travel warning to Mexico about every few months or so. The most recent report was released December 8, 2016 with several changes from its prior in ... Read more »

Posted In: Health and Safety, News

New Rosewood Mandarina, Riviera Nayarit to Open in Mexico

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts recently announced plans to open their fifth luxury resort in Mexico.  With an expected 2019 opening, Rosewood Mandarinas  will be part of the exclusive La Mandarina development in Riviera Nayarit (where One&Only has also recently broke ground), just 30 minute... Read more »

Mexico Tourism: Facts & Statistics 2016

Tourism in Mexico Facts and Statistics 2016   New York Times named Mexico City as the No. 1 place to go in 2016; Todos Santos as the 23rd and Holbox as the 32nd. More >> Travel + Leisure ranked San Miguel de Allende, Mexico as #3 in their annual “World’s Best Cities” li... Read more »

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Condé Nast Traveler’s 2016 Mexico Travel Specialist

Condé Nast Traveler has been providing travelers of the world with destination inspiration and travel tips for decades. Whether you read their paper magazine, catch the digital version on your tablet, or follow them on Facebook, chances are you've gotten many ideas for your next dream escape or a... Read more »

7 Swimmable Beaches in Los Cabos

Los Cabos is a region that refers to the cities of Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, and 'the corridor' between that connects the two. It is a stunning Mexico beach destination at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, with coastlines spanning both the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez. With a magnifi... Read more »

Mexico City, a World Design Capital

Mexico City is one of the most populous and vibrant modern cities in the world, a melting pot of history and culture, and the epicenter for cutting edge creativity.  Recently named both "The Most Beautiful City in the World" and the "#1 Place to Visit in 2016",  Mexico City can now add to their li... Read more »

Posted In: Mexico City, News

11 Magic Towns of Mexico to Visit on Your Next Beach Vacation

While Mexico's beautiful beaches and resort destinations usually grab the spotlight and the majority of visitors, much of Mexico's charms lie in the small pueblos and villages nestled in foothills,  hidden in the mountains, or off-the-beaten path somewhere along the coasts. For travelers ready t... Read more »

Posted In: Culture, Destinations

Day of the Dead in Mexico Explained

What is Day of the Dead? Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is an often misunderstood holiday celebrated in Mexico. While, technically speaking, the actual Day of the Dead is November 2nd, the tradition has evolved to also include October 31st and November 1st as well. Because the US and Me... Read more »

Beach Cleanup in Puerto Vallarta – International Coastal Cleanup Day

As a part of our commitment to the environment and sustainability, our Journey Mexico Puerto Vallarta office participated in this year's International Coastal Cleanup Day! Our staff members and their families gathered at Playa Boca de Tomates and together with the city hall's Department of Ecolog... Read more »

San Miguel Allende, Listed Best City with Best Hotel in the World, Hotel Matilda

San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato continues to top traveler's lists! Most recently, Condé Nast Traveler has recognized San Miguel Allende in the magazine's iconic Readers’ Choice Awards. San Miguel de Allende took 5th place on Condé Nast Traveler’s 2016 “The Best Cities in the World... Read more »

5 Reasons Why You Need a Digital Detox Trip

Original version featured on the Virtuoso Blog If you can’t remember how long it’s been since you took a break from your smartphone, tablet and computer, you’re likely in need to escape technology and to book yourself a digital detox trip! "Digital detox trips" are a relatively new concept ... Read more »

Now Accepting Reservations: Chablé Resort in Yucatan Peninsula

The Yucatan Peninsula’s much-anticipated Chablé Destination Resort & Spa is getting ready to open their doors to guests later this month, and we've got the scoop! Oveview Chablé immerses guests in the rich culture and history of the region, creating an authentic experience that harmonious... Read more »

Posted In: Luxury, Yucatan

The Zika Virus in Mexico: What You Need to Know

General ZIka (ZIKV) Information The Zika Virus is a mosquito-borne viral infection which is transmitted by the same type of mosquito linked to dengue and chikungunya. There have been identified cases now across four continents. It has been detected in more than 20 countries in the Americas, incl... Read more »

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Oceanic Society Encourages Conservation Travel Programs for Travelers Wanting to Make a Difference

Since its creation in 1969, the Oceanic Society has been inspiring people to take part in building a healthy future for the world’s oceans and to address the root cause of its decline in health—human behavior. As a non-profit, their mission to conserve marine wildlife and habitats by deepening ... Read more »

Several New Flights Between Mexico and United States Thanks to Lifted Restrictions

If you haven't heard, air travel from the U.S to Mexico is about to be more accessible than ever! On August 21st  after four years of negotiations, an agreement between the U.S. and Mexico took effect to drop restrictions on the number of airlines that can fly between the two countries. The U.S. ... Read more »

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6 Reasons Why Punta Mita Should Be On Your Travel List

Punta Mita is to Puerto Vallarta what Tulum is to Cancun; a tranquil oasis that sits far enough away from the bustling tourist resort to retain a peaceful feel but close enough to make it easy to get to. Both Punta Mita and Tulum were once picturesque fishing villages that still boast white sands, t... Read more »

Mexico’s Top Adventures – Travel Weekly

Journey Mexico recently chatted with Travel Weekly about popular adventure destinations in Mexico. Below are excerpts from the article “Top spots in Mexico for travelers seeking adventure” written by Meagan Drillinger and featured on Travel Weekly’s website: Mexico has relaxation down. If yo... Read more »

Posted In: Adventure