Posts By: Journey Mexico

Help Oaxaca Recover and Experience Day of the Dead

One of the areas hardest hit by the 1st earthquake and latest aftershock (this past weekend) was the Isthmus of Tehuantepec… Read more »

Update: Mexico City/Puebla Earthquake

Journey Mexico – Updated Mexico City/Puebla Earthquake Information, September 26, 2017 5:00 PM As Mexico City and Puebla return to… Read more »

Celebrate “El Grito”: Mexico Independence Day

Most countries around the world celebrate an Independence Day, commemorating the date of a country’s statehood. The stories and circumstances… Read more »

Posted In Culture

Updated Statement: Mexico Earthquake

Journey Mexico Southern Mexico Earthquake Update, September 8, 2017 7:00 PM We at Journey Mexico are grateful for the outpouring… Read more »

2017 Updated Mexico Travel Warning From U.S. Department of State

In light of the updated US Department of State Travel Warning for Mexico (August 22, 2017) and in response to many… Read more »

Mexico’s Stunning Haciendas

Holding a rich and glorious, yet also ominous, place in the history of the country, Mexico’s stunning haciendas are unique… Read more »

Swimming with Whale Sharks in Mexico: 4 Facts to Know About Biggest Fish of The Sea

Swim with giant sharks? Are you crazy?!  Don’t worry, whale sharks are known as the Gentle Giants of the Sea…. Read more »

Cool Places to Stay Cool in Mexico This Summer

The beach destinations of Mexico, that are so popular with many visitors, have summers that are pretty hot and can… Read more »

Posted In Destinations

Time to Plan for La Guelaguetza Festival in Oaxaca

La Guelaguetza, meaning “offering” and “mutual exchange of gifts and services” in the ancient Zapotec language, is a festival that gives thanks to the gods of corn and celebrates the acts of giving and sharing.

Day of the Dead in Mexico Explained

What is Day of the Dead? Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is an often misunderstood holiday celebrated… Read more »

Celebrating Fiestas Patrias in Mexico City: An Unforgettable Trip to Mexico

Travelers who enjoy immersing themselves in exciting, colorful cultural events will be thrilled by Mexico’s Fiestas Patrias. Taking place on September… Read more »

The Sophistication of Mexico’s Best Tequila

Tequila is one of world’s most complex and significant spirits. Starting as a small hijuelo agave shoot, the process of tequila can… Read more »

Posted In Culture, Luxury, News

A Unique Encounter With Mexico’s Monarch Butterflies

by  Richard Scotti and Traudel Schottenloher Our vision for our recent adventure travels with Journey Mexico was to explore spectacular… Read more »

The Aftermath of Hurricane Patricia and How You Can Help

Hurricane Patricia made headlines around the world on Thursday, October 22nd as the “most powerful hurricane in the Western Hemisphere”… Read more »

Easter in Mexico – Semana Santa and Pascua

Easter in Mexico is a two-week holiday consisting of Semana Santa (The Holy Week, beginning on Palm Sunday and ending… Read more »

Five Mexico City Exhibits That You Should See This Spring

by  Lydia Carey  From contemporary art to the Inquisition, Mexico City has a museum for everything. As the country’s cultural… Read more »

Posted In Culture, Mexico City, News

Punta de Mita – Where Simplicity Meets Ultra Luxury

During my recent trip to Puerto Vallarta I took the opportunity to venture up north to the lovely village of… Read more »

Holiday Season in Oaxaca

It is an incredible time to be in Mexico as one gets to experience profound and unique traditional unlike the… Read more »