Posts in Category: Culture

New Mayan Sculptures Discovered in Tonina

New Mayan Sculptures Discovered in Tonina

We’re excited to report that just days after we visited the site of Toniná, in southern Chiapas, Mexican archeologists discovered… Read more »

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Russian Tourism to Mexico to Increase 400% in 2012

Russian Tourism to Mexico to Increase 400% in 2012

Last week, we published a post speculating about an interesting trend in tourism to Mexico. The theory goes something like… Read more »

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The Approach of 2012 to Spark Mayan Tourism

The Approach of 2012 to Spark Mayan Tourism

#MexicoToday: Ever since scientists/historians have discovered that 2012 marks a certain “end” to the Mayan Calendar, excitement has been abuzz… Read more »

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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

The Riviera Nayarit – Mexico’s Newest Hot Spot

The Riviera Nayarit – Mexico’s Newest Hot Spot

The Riviera Nayarit has been getting a lot of attention these days, and for good reason. The Riviera Nayarit is… Read more »

The Lonely Planet Likes Mexican Food (Who Doesn’t?)

The Lonely Planet Likes Mexican Food (Who Doesn’t?)

The Lonely Planet sent out an email today with a link to their article called The Best Countries for Food,… Read more »

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Campeche to be the New Star of the Yucatan

Campeche to be the New Star of the Yucatan

Continuing in his efforts to make 2011 the Year of Mexican Tourism and to push Mexico further up the list… Read more »

Highlights From Obama-Calderón Press Conference

Highlights From Obama-Calderón Press Conference

On March 3rd, US President Barack Obama and Mexico President Felipe Calderón held a joint press conference from the White… Read more »

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New Museum Unveiled in Mexico City

Mexico’s Carlos Slim, currently the world’s richest man, unveiled a new art museum in the Plaza Carso region of Mexico… Read more »

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Mexico’s President First to Join Worldwide Tourism Initiative

Mexico’s President First to Join Worldwide Tourism Initiative

Last month we published a blog post titled President Calderón Walking the Walk and since then, he’s started running. The… Read more »

New Archeological Zone Opened in Colonial Mexico

New Archeological Zone Opened in Colonial Mexico

After nearly ten years of research and restoration to the site, Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History has opened… Read more »

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