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In Mexico: What’s Going On, Where To Go & Updates From Journey Mexico

Hotel Mousai Debuts in Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta's South Zone received a bit of a revitalization this month with the grand opening of the new 72 suites-only  Hotel Mousai  (formerly part of the Garza Blanca Hotel). The adults-only boutique property features contemporary suites and a colorful infusion of Mexican design. Archit... Read more »

Wendy Perrin’s Trusted Travel Experts and Insider’s Guides to Mexico

One of travel's most respected industry voices, Wendy Perrin, has recently named Journey Mexico's Zachary Rabinor as one of the most Trusted Travel Experts on The WOW List. Wendy Perrin, who earlier this year left her position as Director of Consumer News at Condé Nast Traveler and has now joi... Read more »

Romantic Escape to Puerto Vallarta and Punta Mita

Of the most romantic destinations in Mexico, Puerto Vallarta and Punta Mita are at the top of our list. These neighboring Pacific Coast beach towns stand out as the ideal getaway for couples thanks to their dramatic sunsets, luxury five-star accommodations and private villas, and quiet location nest... Read more »

Tis the Season to Plan Your Getaway to Idyllic Las Alamandas for the Holidays

Escape the cold and the stress of the season and spend the Holidays with family and friends in the chic tropical paradise of Las Alamandas where the December weather is idyllic. Tis the season to make your Holiday plans. Choose from an all-inclusive seven-night Christmas getaway, Dec. 19th -26th 20... Read more »

Hotel Cacao Opens in Playa del Carmen

Hotel Cacao, the First ‘Hotel Matilda Lifestyle Collection’ Property, Opens in Playa del Carmen Plays del Carmen, Mexico –   Cornerstone has launched its Hotel Matilda-themed collection of lifestyle-focused boutique hotels with the opening on October 1st of chic and edgy Hotel Cacao in Play... Read more »

Help Keep The Sumidero Canyon Pristine

Every summer during rainy season in Chiapas, hordes of debris and garbage from littering gets washed into the peaceful Grijalva River that flows at the base of the towering walls of the Sumidero Canyon, one of Mexico's most beautiful natural wonders. This serious pollution problem has become increas... Read more »

Posted In: Chiapas

October 2014 Newsletter

October's Newsletter comes just in time for planning the perfect winter vacation.... To view the October newsletter in its entirety, click here.... Read more »

The People of Mexico Through the Lens of Michelle Pasmanik

On our recent 15 day educational #MexicoJourney through Southern Mexico and the Yucatan Peninsula, we had the pleasure to be joined by Michelle Pasmanik, a travel consultant based out of Australia. Michelle, full of spirit and enthusiasm to learn about Mexico, took copious notes, asked all the right... Read more »

Posted In: Media, On the Road

Barefoot Luxury, a Tulum Escape

To some, luxury means extravagance and sumptuous, and to others, it simply means having the opportunity to indulge in something that simply makes them happy. For us and our discerning travelers, vacationing in Mexico--any type of vacation-- is a leisure, and for those looking to escape from the stuf... Read more »

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Mexico Tourism: Facts & Statistics 2014

The following information information comes directly from The Mexico Tourism Board. The following data is from the end of the first semester of 2014 The number of international tourists exceeded 14.2 million, a new record! The number of international visitors increased 2.8 percent compar... Read more »

Posted In: News

Things to do in San Cristobal de las Casas: Mundo Maya Textile Museum

One of the highlights of San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas is the shopping. Delicately woven and colorful hand-crafted textiles patterned with flowers, geometrical shapes, and indigenous symbols radiate from the market, but what many buyers don't understand is what makes them so special to Chiapas... Read more »

Restaurants and Where to Eat in Mexico City

Thanks to our presence and new office in Mexico City, we're able to acquire truly unique and insider information of all the fantastic experiences Mexico City has to offer. Apart from already personally scouting and creating new product such as our Tlatelolco Tour,  Charro Experience, and a Mexican... Read more »

September 2014 Newsletter

There is no better way to start your week than receiving beautiful images of Mexico to inspire you in your inbox! To view the September newsletter in its entirety, click here.... Read more »

Journey Mexico Opens New Office in Mexico City

Mexico City, Mexico – Journey Mexico, Mexico´s leading Destination Management Company, continues to expand and opened its third office on August 4, 2014 in Mexico City. This new location supports regional product growth and better serves the growing number of international travelers arriving t... Read more »

Which Mayan Archaeological Site To Visit – #MexicoJourney

Visitors looking for a glimpse into Mundo Maya (The Mayan World) and their mysteries can effortlessly find a plethora of information on the web thanks to an initiative created through the collaboration of Mexico, Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras to promote Mayan Culture. The Mayan civili... Read more »

Hurricane Relief for Baja California Sur and Los Cabos

The International Community Foundation is raising funds to support immediate disaster relief and rebuilding efforts in Baja California Sur in response to damage caused by Hurricane Odile. Odile made landfall near Cabo San Lucas on Sunday night, September 14, 2014, as a powerful Category 3 hurricane... Read more »

The Perfect Day in Oaxaca – #MexicoJourney

As one can imagine, our #MexicoJourney FAM trip is intense; in just 15 days we travel to a handful of  destinations in Mexico and have back-to-back activities and hotel site inspections --it can be both exhilarating and exhausting at the same time. On our fourth day, the group woke up in Oaxaca re... Read more »

Posted In: Oaxaca, On the Road

Ten Facts About Puebla – #MexicoJourney

Containing more than 70 churches in the Historic City Center alone, Puebla maintains its close ties to colonial Spain through its architecture and famous azuelejos.  Exclusive boutiques and restored buildings add to the modern melding of worlds both past and present. Here are ten facts about Puebla... Read more »

Posted In: On the Road, Puebla

Hotel Downtown, A Hip Oasis Among Cobblestone Streets – #MexicoJourney

Hotel Downtown, a boutique hotel located within walking distance from Mexico City's main plaza and within the blocks that make up the Historic Center (a UNESCO World Heritage site), is one of the capitals best place to see and be seen. Open in 2012 under the Grupo Habita umbrella and soon after reco... Read more »

August 2014 Newsletter

It's that time of the month again.. when your favorite e-mail comes to tell you "You've Got Mail" !Yep, our monthly newsletter of all the latest and greatest in Mexico hit inboxes this week and it's all focused around food, wine, and tequila in Mexico. To view the August newsletter in its entirety... Read more »