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

Summer Flights Increase to Mexico

The Mexico Tourism Board recently reported that tourism numbers are up this first quarter. Connectivity, in terms of number of flights offered in the United States, is up 5% while the number of passengers is up 10%. Between Mexico and the US alone, there are 30,000 flights offered from 57 different... Read more »

Posted In: News

June 2014 Newsletter

Have you seen your inbox lately? Our newsletter is sporting a new look these days. Don't worry, it's still packed with the latest in what’s going on in Mexico, where to go, and most importantly-- exclusive offers! To view the June newsletter in its entirety, click here.... Read more »

Holbox, The New Paradise for Kitesurf and Adventure

Kitesurfing  has generated great interest in Mexico thanks to Mexico's extensive coastline and other characteristics that are ideal for practicing the extreme sport. Isla Holbox is a magical place where pristine nature comes together with sports and where the fauna and climate are the ideal comple... Read more »

What You’re Missing Out On By Not Visiting Michoacán – #MexicoJourney

After years of writing off Mexico as "too dangerous to visit", people are finally doing their homework and realizing that you cannot categorize a whole country for isolated incidents in isolated areas. The state of Michoacán unfortunately has been one of the states often in the negative headlines,... Read more »

Cirque du Soleil to Open New Permanent Show in Riviera Maya

Mark your calendars, Cirque du Soleil is basing a permanent show in Mexico's Cancun/Riviera Maya starting on November 8, 2014!  The show, which is the first permanent production outside of Las Vegas and Orlando, will call the custom-built, 600-seat Vidanta Theater (by Grupo Vidanta) home and will ... Read more »

Welcome Lillian Avilés As Journey Mexico’s New Director of Marketing

Mexico City, Mexico – Journey Mexico – Mexico´s  leading  luxury travel company – is pleased to announce that Lillian Avilés has been appointed as their new Director of Marketing. Lillian brings to Journey Mexico´s team a wealth of knowledge about both the luxury travel market and Mexico... Read more »

Discovering Hacienda San Antonio in Comala – #MexicoJourney

Set at the foot of two volcanoes in Mexico's picturesque highlands is the historic Hacienda San Antonio.  Because of its off the beaten path location near the Magical Town of Comala (about 3 hours outside of Guadalajara), Hacienda San Antonio is one of the most exclusive getaways in Mexico. On our ... Read more »

Dolores Olmedo Museum in Mexico City Welcomes Frida and Diego

It’s been almost two years since Frida and Diego went away. During this travel, they have been to Germany, Canada, the United States and France. Finally, they are back to Mexico, to their home, the place that keeps the largest collection of artworks by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: the Dolores Olm... Read more »

Posted In: Mexico City

May 2014 Newsletter

It's not too late to claim the great offers in our May Newsletter! Packed with the latest in what’s going on in Mexico and where to go we feature tips for family travel in Mexico and  incredible exclusive promotions from Villa Montana in Morelia and Rosewood San Miguel de Allende To view the Ma... Read more »

Dancing with the Viejitos of Michoacan – #MexicoJourney

Across Mexico, celebrations and festivals are accompanied by music and dance that owes it variety to a fusion of traditions. Mexico has a vast range of regional folkloric dances performed only in their specific states or areas and one of those is called “La Danza de los Viejitos” (The Dance of t... Read more »

Things to do in San Miguel de Allende – #MexicoJourney

A delightful colonial town paved with cobblestone, San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato is full of interesting mansions, museums,and churches. Recently named "The Top City in the World" by Condé Nast Traveler, it has become one of Mexico's most popular and attractive tourist destination. The town... Read more »

A Quick Stop in Queretaro – #MexicoJourney

Between the road from Mexico City to San Miguel Allende is the  energetic colonial town of Querétaro. It is the perfect place to stop for lunch along the way and that is exactly what we did on Day 2 of our #MexicoJourney! Querétaro (which is the capital of the state of the same name) was sett... Read more »

Posted In: Colonial Cities

Chalchiuhtlicue, The Aztec Goddess of Water – #MexicoJourney

Mexico City's Museo Nacional de Antropología (National Museum of Antropology) is one of the city's most important and most visited museums which naturally made it a stop on our #MexicoJourney itinerary today. The museum contains one of the world's largest collections of archaeological and anthropol... Read more »

Posted In: Mexico City

#MexicoJourney Through Colonial Mexico and the Pacific Coast

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, P... Read more »

Posted In: On the Road

Mexico Investing in Tourism; Recognized as Economic Activity with Greatest Potential

Mexico plans to invest 180 billion pesos ($13.8 billion USD) in tourism infrastructure, President Enrique Peña Nieto announced during the Tianguis Turístico Cancún 2014. This would be done through Nieto's tenure until 2018 through the National Infrastructure Program. "Mexico has everything ne... Read more »

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Tips for Family Travel in Mexico

Family travel is a special time for bonding and learning about one another. We understand that a trip has to suit all ages and what your 6 year old finds cool and fascinating might not be the same case for your teenage. Luckily, Mexico is the perfect destination for any type of family vacation wheth... Read more »

72 Hours in the Roma – Mexico City

by  Lydia Carey Why go anywhere when you're right where you want to be? Mexico City's Roma neighborhood, where hipsters, grannies and fresas all mix and mingle among impressive architecture and incredible restaurants, is not only the place to be these days, but where you'll want to be if you jus... Read more »

Posted In: Mexico City

Mexico’s 8 Most Spectacular Swimming Pools

Inspired by the Condé Nast Traveler post "Beautiful Hotel Pools: Imagine Yourself Here" and an incredible photo we saw on our Facebook feed from Las Ventanas, we decided to round up the most stunning and unique pools in Mexico. A hotel's pool can often be the biggest deciding factor when flipping t... Read more »

Mexico on The World’s 50 Best Restaurant List 2014

Always an anticipated event for culinary geniuses and serious foodies is the  "The World's 50  Best Restaurant List".  The World's 50 Best Restaurants is a list sponsored by S. Pellegrino and Acqua Panna  and is based on a poll of 800+ international chefs, restaurateurs, gourmands and rest... Read more »

April 2014 Newsletter

Hitting inboxes in over 70 countries this week is our April Newsletter packed with the latest in what’s going on in Mexico and where to go! We feature some important updates in connectivity and flight options alongside two incredible exclusive promotions from Hotelito Desconocido and Rosewood San ... Read more »