Posts By: Jessica S.

A Copper Canyon Adventure – Born To Be Wild

Journey Mexico recently had the pleasure of welcoming 12 travelers from Canada on a journey through the Copper Canyon. As an… Read more »

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December 2014 Newsletter

For our last news blast of the year, we decided to feature some peace and tranquility to help offset the hectic… Read more »

2014 Year in Review

With the incredible support of our partners, suppliers, and clients, 2014 was a record breaking year for Journey Mexico! Pushing… Read more »

Finding Serenity in the Yucatan Peninsula

When planning a vacation getaway to the warm beaches of Mexico’s east coast, travelers usually stick to what they know: Cancun, Riviera Maya,… Read more »

Posted In Nature

Mexico Dominates List of Best All-Inclusive Resorts Around The World

After analyzing thousands of Trip Advisor reviews, the best all-inclusive resorts around the world have been chosen and announced in Trip… Read more »

Posted In Cancun

An Update on Los Cabos After Hurricane Odile

Back in September of this year, Hurricane Odile swept through Baja California Sur and greatly impacted the Los Cabos community. Despite being… Read more »

November 2014 Newsletter

Our November Newsletter will have you dreaming of romantic escapes to the Pacific Coast….Dramatic sunsets, luxury five-star accommodations and private villas,… Read more »

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… 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… 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… 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… 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… 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… 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,… 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… 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… 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… 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… 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… 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… Read more »