Posts in Category: Media

Good News Out of Oaxaca City…

In recent weeks, Oaxaca has been featured repeatedly and sensationally in the news over an isolated event that occurred on… Read more »

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 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

Unexplored Mexico – Travel Weekly

Journey Mexico recently chatted with Travel Weekly about off the beaten path destinations in Mexico. Below are excerpts from the… Read more »

Webinar on Mexico: UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Mexico is home to 31 World Heritage sites including 10 Mexican cities, but do you know what makes all of… Read more »

September 2012 Newsletter

Just back  from ATMex and we’re fired up about adventure and sustainable travel —  this month’s newsletter hopes to bring you… Read more »

Speaking at International Luxury Travel Market Americas 2012

After a very successful launch event for International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM) Americas last year, it has come time for another… Read more »

Facebook Chat with Travel + Leisure

Facebook Chat with Travel + Leisure

Planning a trip to Mexico? Not sure where to start, where to go, or how to prepare? Then join Travel+Leisure… Read more »

Lonely Planet Travel Writer Provides Facts About Safety in Mexico

Lonely Planet Travel Writer Provides Facts About Safety in Mexico

#MexicoToday: Is Mexico safe for tourists? Lonely Planet Travel Writer Robert Reid addressed that question recently in an article reprinted… Read more »

May 2012 Newsletter

May 2012 Newsletter

Last chance to catch the May issue of the Journey Mexico Newsletter and take advantage of this month’s fantastic hotel… Read more »

March 2012 Newsletter

March 2012 Newsletter

It’s not too late to catch the March Journey Mexico Newsletter where our headline story highlights spring’s best vacation destinations. The… Read more »

10.4 Million Tourists Expected to Visit Mexico in Final Two Weeks of 2011

10.4 Million Tourists Expected to Visit Mexico in Final Two Weeks of 2011

Source: Marca Pais – Imagen de Mexico #MexicoToday: Approximately 10.4 million tourists are expected to visit Mexico during the last two weeks of 2011, according… Read more »

Posted In Media, Mexico Today
Zach Rabinor: Conde Nast Travel’s Top Pick for Mexico Again this Year!

Zach Rabinor: Conde Nast Travel’s Top Pick for Mexico Again this Year!

We all knew that Zach Rabinor, President of Journey Mexico, was the best person to talk to about all things… Read more »

Mexico to Host G20 & WTTC Summit in 2012

Mexico to Host G20 & WTTC Summit in 2012

#MexicoToday: As we near end to 2011, Mexico’s declared “Year of Tourism”, it is safe to say it is ending… Read more »

Mexico Launches Social Magazine

Mexico Launches Social Magazine

#MexicoToday: As you all know, Journey Mexico prides itself in it’s vast knowledge of Mexico. We know the authentic experiences… Read more »

Posted In Media, Mexico Today
Archaeologists Find Aztec Ritual Platform In Mexico City

Archaeologists Find Aztec Ritual Platform In Mexico City

#MexicoToday: Under the hustle and bustle of modern Mexico City lie the ruins of the pre-Hispanic Aztec capital, once known… Read more »

Early Human Footprints Found in Chihuahua

Early Human Footprints Found in Chihuahua

#MexicoToday: Mexico has received a lot of attention over the years for discoveries that trace back  thousands of years ago: ancient… Read more »

The Magical Neighborhoods of Mexico City

The Magical Neighborhoods of Mexico City

#MexicoToday: In the beginning of the year, we reported the Government investment of 330 million pesos in the the Barrios Magicos… Read more »

Mexico Leading the Way in Eco Preservation

Mexico Leading the Way in Eco Preservation

#MexicoToday: Over the past ten years, something remarkable has happened just off the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula in… Read more »

Mexican Tourism Board Looking to Boost Visitors

Mexican Tourism Board Looking to Boost Visitors

#MexicoToday: The Mexico Tourism Board recently wrapped up “The Mexico Day,”  a seven city roadshow in the US cities of… Read more »