Posts By: Journey Mexico

International Travelers Pick Up US Slack in Travel to Mexico

International Travelers Pick Up US Slack in Travel to Mexico

#MexicoToday: Two recent articles (one from the Washington Post and one from Sand Diego Red) are indications of an interesting… Read more »

Posted In News
Mexico Today in Oaxaca

Mexico Today in Oaxaca

#MexicoToday – Last week we posted about how Jessica Seba and I were chosen to be a part of the… Read more »

New Images of Ancient Tomb at Palenque

New Images of Ancient Tomb at Palenque

The Ancient City State of Palenque In January, we published an article about a robotic camera used to explore an… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News
The Cultural Crossroads of San Juan Chamula

The Cultural Crossroads of San Juan Chamula

One of the most interesting stops on a recent trip through Chiapas was in a small town just outside San… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News
2011 Pan American Games in Jalisco, Mexico

2011 Pan American Games in Jalisco, Mexico

2011 marks the 16th Pan American Games during which 6,000 athletes from 42 nations will compete in 36 sports. By… Read more »

Posted In Adventure, Culture, News

Black Pottery in Oaxaca: A True Travel Experience in Mexico

Journey Mexico has always prided itself on offering travelers true travel experiences, meaning you’re not going to visit Oaxaca and… Read more »

Mexico Getting a Bad Rap

MSNBC has recently published an article called Time to Say Adios to Mexico? containing wildly misleading statements about safety in… Read more »

Central & Southern Mexico Trip Photos

Central & Southern Mexico Trip Photos

It took a while to get through all the photos, but here are the highlights from a recent trip through… Read more »

Huatulco First Destination in the World to Receive EarthCheck Gold Certification

Huatulco First Destination in the World to Receive EarthCheck Gold Certification

Huatulco Becomes The First Destination in the World to Receive EarthCheck Gold Certification HUATULCO, Mexico, June 9, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ —… Read more »

Posted In Ecotourism, Nature, News
Our Mexico: Culture

Our Mexico: Culture

The second of our Our Mexico web-ad series focuses on Culture in Mexico (click here to view the full ad)…. Read more »

Posted In Media
Travel Weekly Interviews President Calderon in Las Vegas

Travel Weekly Interviews President Calderon in Las Vegas

This article, originally titled In Vegas, Calderon bets on tourism, has been re-posted from Travel Weekly and was written by… Read more »

Safety of Mexico Interview

Safety of Mexico Interview

In May of 2011, Journey Mexico lead a group of 13 travel experts from around the world on a 14… Read more »

Mexico Puts a Lock on Gossip

Mexico Puts a Lock on Gossip

On a recent trip through Central & Southern Mexico, I had the opportunity to visit the gorgeous cathedral on the… Read more »

Table Talk: Calabacitas Tiernas Guisadas

Table Talk: Calabacitas Tiernas Guisadas

In this newest webisode of Table Talk, Journey Mexico and El Arrayán show you how to make Calabacitas Tiernas Guisadas,… Read more »

Travel Safety in Perspective: USA vs. Mexico

Travel Safety in Perspective: USA vs. Mexico

This article was written by Tim Leffel and has been re-posted from his blog Tim Leffel’s Cheapest Destinations There’s been… Read more »

Another Wold in Merida: Hacienda Xcanatun

Another Wold in Merida: Hacienda Xcanatun

During recent travels throughout Central & Southern Mexico, I had the chance to visit the capital city of Yucatan, Merida,… Read more »

Posted In Media, News, On the Road
The San Marcos National Fair – A True Mexican Experience

The San Marcos National Fair – A True Mexican Experience

This is a guest submission written by Joel Duncan of Adventure Jo during his travels to the San Marcos Fair… Read more »

Southern Mexico: The Final Day

Southern Mexico: The Final Day

After a quick breakfast at Maroma, we set off for the coastal archeological site of Tulum. Going into the visit,… Read more »

Posted In Media, On the Road