#MexicoJourney Through Colonial Mexico and the Pacific Coast

Posted: May 16, 2014

Author: Jessica S.

Posted In: On the Road

This weekend, Journey Mexico will welcome 11 of the most seasoned tour operators and travel agents from the UK, USA, Brazil, Canada and Netherlands on an exclusive visit to Colonial Mexico and the Pacific Coast. Accompanied by our General Manager, Matteo Luthi, three of our staff members (Lindsay, Paola, and Jessica), and some of Mexico’s finest local guides,  the group will embark on a 14 day #MexicoJourney to explore the vibrant capital of Mexico City; the exquisite architecture and multi-layered history of Mexico’s highland colonial pueblos; and the remote fishing villages and hidden boutique luxury resorts along Costa Careyes/Punta Mita.

Joining the trip as  Jessica will be posting photos and real-time updates as we discover and scout Mexico.

You  can follow our journey on InstagramTwitterFacebook and FourSquare with the hashtag #MexicoJourney.

If you have any questions, or requests (perhaps you want to see Paola eating authentic dishes from Michocan, or Lindsay jumping at the pyramids of Teotihuacan!), be sure to send them along to Jessica and include the hashtag!

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Over the 14 day trip Jessica will be interacting live from: Mexico City, Queretaro, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Morelia, Patzcuaro, Santa Clara del Cobre, Guadalajara, Colima, Costa Careyes, Costa Alegre, Puerto Vallarta, and Punta de Mita!

 

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2 Responses to “#MexicoJourney Through Colonial Mexico and the Pacific Coast”

  1. Jacqueline Walter

    My daughter Lindsay is part of the group from Journey Mexico & I am looking forward to hearing all about the wonderful opportunities & adventures that you will all be having …Safe journey & good luck to you all

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    • Jessica S.

      Hi Jacqueline, Thanks for the nice words and how great that you are following along! Lindsay will have lots of great stories and experiences to share with you when she gets back 🙂 – Jessica

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