Posts By: Journey Mexico
The continued presence of sargassum seaweed (a.k.a sargasso, sargazo) on the beaches of Mexico continues to be a concern to… Read more »
The Conrad Punta de Mita opened its doors in late 2020, inviting guests to vacation in an oasis of sophisticated… Read more »
It´s been a big period of renovations at the Fairmont Mayakoba, with various projects completed in 2021 and several more… Read more »
As spring rolls in our team has been busy designing new cultural experiences and scoping out some fabulous hotels and… Read more »
We are happy to announce that Zachary Rabinor, Journey Mexico´s founder and CEO, has been selected for the ninth consecutive… Read more »
Condé Nast Traveler´s now biennial award for Top Travel Specialists selects the best of the travel industry from all around… Read more »
The grand Hacienda Xcanatun sits on the outskirts of Mérida in Yúcatan state; a contemporary revival showcasing the region´s rich… Read more »
Journey Mexico is delighted to share that our Founder and CEO, Zachary Rabinor, has been selected to feature for the twelfth consecutive year on Travel + Leisure´s A-List Awards!
Banyan Tree Mayakoba sits south of Cancun on the Riviera Maya´s tropical shores, surrounded by mangrove jungle, freshwater lagoons, and… Read more »
Xala is making its home on Mexico´s west coast, located around a 1.5-hour drive (105km) south of Puerto Vallarta´s Airport… Read more »
Mexico´s hotel world is closing out 2021 with some exciting openings and rebranding projects, and 2022 is set to follow in a similar fashion with the launch of some outstanding properties from coast to coast. Read on to get a flavor of the new hotels stepping onto the scene!
Imanta’s dreamy balance of nature and luxury is the ideal sanctuary to disconnect from busyness, and reconnect with serenity. A… Read more »
In exciting news, Aeromexico has announced it will open a direct flight between Madrid and Guadalajara in time for the… Read more »
Hola friends and fellow travelers, As many of you know, Mexico is one of the few countries that never closed its… Read more »