Travel + Leisure The 2013 A-List: Journey Mexico’s Zachary Rabinor

Posted: August 22, 2013

Author: Jessica S.

“In the hands of an expert, a simple vacation can become a life-changing journey: an breathtaking adventure, an education unmatched in any classroom, a soul-restoring retreat. Wherever your travels take you—from cruising in Antarctica to a walking safari in Zambia—we have the agent for you.” – Travel + Leisure

travel-leisure-2013Last week at the Virtuoso Travel Week in Las Vegas , Travel+Leisure (T+L), announced its annual A-List of its assessment of best travel advisors  in the industry. We are excited to announce that for the fourth consecutive year, Journey Mexico’s Founder and President Zachary Rabinor has been included in their 2013 A-List: Word’s Top Travel Agents.

Every year, thousands of travel specialists are evaluated but only a handful make the cut. The 2013 list is broken up into 12 destination or niche specialties features 161 travel advisors  which includes agents, receptive tour operators, and destination specialist operators. In this year’s edition, T+L asked these advisors to share their latest destination discoveries and insider tips. Here’s  what Zach had to say:

“The 22-room Hotel Bo on the site of an Art Deco building in Chiapas’s San Cristobal de las Casas. A playful mash-up of mid-century modern furniture and traditional design elements, the hotel incorporates narutal materials from the surrounding regions, giving it a strong sense of place.”

The 2013 A-List will be published in the October issue of Travel + Leisure which hits stands September 20th; be sure to grab a copy and check out Zach’s feature! You can also view  Zachary Rabinor’s profile on Travel + Leisure’s website.


Travel + Leisure 2013 A-List Travel Advisor Zachary Rabinor with VP/Publisher, Jay Meyer, and News Editor, Amy Farley, of Travel + Leisure

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