Posts By: Journey Mexico

June 2012 Newsletter

June 2012 Newsletter

Be sure to catch the June issue of the Journey Mexico Newsletter before it’s too late to take advantage of… Read more »

May 2012 Newsletter

May 2012 Newsletter

Last chance to catch the May issue of the Journey Mexico Newsletter and take advantage of this month’s fantastic hotel… Read more »

The Whale Sharks Are Arriving in Mexico!

The Whale Sharks Are Arriving in Mexico!

The largest of the fish species, the whale sharks of the Caribbean are beginning to arrive from their annual migration… Read more »

Why Cinco de Mayo is Significant for the US

In 2010, I wrote a post about Cinco de Mayo which caused some controversy in our office as the post,… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News, Puebla

February 2012 Newsletter

It’s not too late to catch the February Journey Mexico Newsletter where our headline story recaps the month’s theme of Luxury… Read more »

Carnival in Mexico

Carnival in Mexico

This week marks the beginning of Carnival (also known as Mardi Gras in the US), which is celebrated in many… Read more »

Matteo’s Moments: Dia de la Candelaria

Today’s Matteo’s Moments is a follow up to the Jan. 6th, Día de Los Reyes webisode in which Jenny, Andrea,… Read more »

Matteo’s Moments: La Rosca de Reyes (King’s Ring Cake)

Matteo’s Moments: La Rosca de Reyes (King’s Ring Cake)

Rich in Culture and Tradition, Holiday Season in Mexico isn’t over yet. On January 6th, Mexico celebrates a tradition called La… Read more »

Mexico: A Guide to Which Parts are Safe to Travel

Mexico: A Guide to Which Parts are Safe to Travel

This article was written by Andrea Sachs and has been re-posted from The Washington Post Shortly before Arnoldo Pedroza was… Read more »

The Monarch Butterfly Reserves Near Michoacan (Mariposa Monarca)

The Monarch Butterfly Reserves Near Michoacan (Mariposa Monarca)

It’s hard to believe that the dramatic orange-and-black monarch butterflies that flit around your garden make an epic journey each… Read more »

Celebrate the Feast of Guadalupe in Mexico This December

Just before Christmas each year, religious pilgrims and tourists alike descend on the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City to… Read more »

November Food Festivals of Mexico

November Food Festivals of Mexico

November brings two of Mexico’s most cherished food festivals: The International Gourmet Festival in Puerto Vallarta (Nov. 11-21st) and the Taste of Playa in the Riviera Maya (Nov. 21st).

New Mayan Secrets Expected to Increase 2012 Travel to Mexico

New Mayan Secrets Expected to Increase 2012 Travel to Mexico

#MexicoToday: Ever since modern man learned that the Mayan calendar seems to stop on Dec. 21st, 2012, there has been… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News
Journey Mexico’s Zachary Rabinor on the 2011 Travel + Leisure A-List

Journey Mexico’s Zachary Rabinor on the 2011 Travel + Leisure A-List

We are proud to announce that for the second consecutive year, Travel + Leisure magazine has chosen Journey Mexico founder… Read more »

Readers Speak Out About the Safety of Mexico

Readers Speak Out About the Safety of Mexico

Readers Speak Out About the Safety of Mexico was originally written by Carol Pucci and has been re-posted from the… Read more »

Mexico Leading the Way in Eco Preservation

Mexico Leading the Way in Eco Preservation

#MexicoToday: Over the past ten years, something remarkable has happened just off the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula in… Read more »

New Mayan Palace Discovered in Mexico

New Mayan Palace Discovered in Mexico

The archeological sites of Mexico having been offering up fresh findings at such a rapid rate, it’s tough to keep… Read more »

Posted In Chiapas, Culture, News, Yucatan
Violence in Mexico Old News for Travel Agents

Violence in Mexico Old News for Travel Agents

A delegation of tourism officials from Mexico recently returned from a tour of several US cities including LA, Seattle, Atlanta,… Read more »