Posts By: Jessica S.

Update on Sargassum Seaweed Affecting Mexico’s Beaches

The continued presence of sargassum (a.k.a sargasso, sargazo) on the beaches of Mexico continues to be a concern to many travelers…. Read more »

Posted In Nature, News

Three Ways to Make an Environmental Difference in Mexico

‘Tis the season for giving and here at Journey Mexico we’re definitely feeling the spirit! In line with our commitment… Read more »

3 Destinations Trending in Mexico

According to Travel Agent Central (TAC), one of travel trade’s most frequented online sources,  Mexico has three cities that are considered to… Read more »

Posted In Destinations

Mexico’s Culinary Diversity Drawing Travelers – Travel Weekly

Journey Mexico recently chatted with Travel Weekly about Mexico’s culinary diversity and the growing segment of foodie travel.  Below are excerpts from… Read more »

The Christmas Season and Holidays in Mexico

Holidays in Mexico begin by observing the religious traditions on December 12th and does not finish until February 2nd. Filled with posadas, Noche… Read more »

Dia de los Muertos in Mexico

Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is an often misunderstood holiday celebrated in Mexico. It originated from… Read more »

Insider Travel Recommendations from Town & Country Magazine

Town & Country magazine recently published ‘An Ultimate Travel Check-In Checklist’ highlighting The 100 Best Hotels in the World. This list is… Read more »

Monarch Butterflies Are on Their Way to Mexico

Exciting news has come out of Michoacan today as the state has announced that this upcoming November 25th will be… Read more »

Boutique Hotels in Mexico City

Mexico’s pulsating capital, Distrito Federal  (known in English as Mexico City), is one of the world’s largest metropolitan areas. With a unique… Read more »

Puerto Vallarta Voted Most Friendly City in the World

Travel + Leisure recently asked their readers to weigh in on their favorite cities around the world, and while some… Read more »

Visit The Top 10 Archaeological Sites in Mexico

Travelers who are interested in learning about ancient cultures and civilizations will be delighted to learn that Mexico boasts 29,000 archaeological… Read more »

Travel + Leisure Celebrates Expert Travel Specialists 2015

Travel + Leisure recently celebrated their 14th annual A-List at the Hyde Bellagio during Virtuoso Travel Week in Las Vegas…. Read more »

Visiting Palenque in Chiapas

The Pre-Hispanic City and National Park of Palenque is a fascinating archaeological Mayan zone located in the State of Chiapas…. Read more »

Posted In Adventure, Chiapas

5 Culturally Enriching Experiences in Oaxaca

Oaxaca is one of Mexico’s most culturally diverse states and an incredible combination of Mexico’s multi-layered past. The different ethnic groups in… Read more »

Posted In Adventure, Culture, Oaxaca

Journey Mexico List as Fastest Growing Private Company by Inc. 5000

For the 7th time in a row, Journey Mexico has made the Inc. Magazine‘s Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private… Read more »

Journey Mexico Unveils New Villa Portfolio & Website

Mexico City, August 10, 2015 – Journey Mexico – Mexico´s leading luxury travel company – is pleased to unveil a… Read more »

ATMEX Adventure Tourism Fair in Chiapas

The 2015 International Adventure Travel Mexico Fair (ATMEX) is just around the corner and this year it will take place… Read more »

Mexico on the Cutting Edge of Design and Art

Mexico has long prevailed as a pillar in Latin America’s contemporary art scene and now has become the epicenter for cutting… Read more »

Posted In Mexico City

Top 10 Food Tours in Mexico

Recognized by UNESCO as a treasure to humankind, Mexico’s culinary heritage is fascinating and diverse. Traditional Mexican cuisine is a comprehensive model comprised… Read more »

July 2015 News – Family Vacation in the Riviera Maya