Posts in Category: Health and Safety

Mexico Tourism Board Chicago on Safety in Mexico

Mexico Tourism Board Chicago on Safety in Mexico

In this video on the safety of Mexico, Rodrigo Esponda, the US Midwest Director of Mexico Tourism, does a great… Read more »

Violent Deaths in Mexico: Everything Is Not as it Seems

Violent Deaths in Mexico: Everything Is Not as it Seems

This article has been re-posted from http://thecatalist.org. The original article can be found here. “In recent months the debate about… Read more »

Riviera Nayarit Leading Mexico’s Charge

Riviera Nayarit Leading Mexico’s Charge

Riviera Nayarit, located just north of Puerto Vallarta on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, had a stellar year of tourism in 2010…. Read more »

President Calderón on the Safety of Mexico

President Calderón on the Safety of Mexico

While on the “Royal Tour” of Mexico with Peter Greenberg, Arnie Weissmann of Travel Weekly was able to interview Mexico’s… Read more »

Boots on the Ground in Mexico

Boots on the Ground in Mexico

I came to Mexico in mid-December thinking I’d report on the drug violence taking place across the country. Since then, the only violence I’ve had to report was in Tucson, Ariz., two weeks ago when a lone gunman killed six and gravely wounded more than a dozen more of his fellow Arizonans.

Peter Greenberg Comments on the Safety of Mexico

Peter Greenberg Comments on the Safety of Mexico

Peter Greenberg is one of the most trusted and influential figures in international travel. For decades, Greenberg has reported, edited,… Read more »

Personal Safety in Puerto Vallarta

Personal Safety in Puerto Vallarta

Sometimes I’ve been called a maverick because I don’t always agree with my colleagues but then, only dead fish swim with the stream all the time. The stream here is Mexico.

Continuing the Conversation of Saftey in Mexico

Continuing the Conversation of Saftey in Mexico

We recently posted an article called Virtuoso Statistics on Travel to Mexico that really sparked some interesting dialogue on the… Read more »

Mexican Tourists not Deterred

Mexican Tourists not Deterred

The Economist posted a great article last Thursday titled: “Can’t Keep Them Away,” which offers some interesting statistics and facts… Read more »

Journey Mexico Statement on Violence and Security

Journey Mexico Statement on Violence and Security

Mexico remains a safe tourist destination despite the recent high-profile incidents involving violent crime. These incidents have been largely relegated to the border region and areas that have intensive drug trafficking operations and cartel activity.

More Good News About Mexico

More Good News About Mexico

As Mexico continues to be berated with negative media coverage, it’s important to contextualize the “shocking” news that is often… Read more »

Virtuoso Statistics on Travel to Mexico

Virtuoso Statistics on Travel to Mexico

Virtuoso Travel Network recently released a report with some interesting and exciting figures about travel to Mexico. Below are the… Read more »

Mexican Tourism Rising Despite Negative Media

Mexican Tourism Rising Despite Negative Media

The Dallas News published an article on Monday titled: “Mexico’s Violence Not Keeping Tourists Away,” which contains many interesting statistics… Read more »

Safety of Oaxaca, Mexico

Safety of Oaxaca, Mexico

Alvin Starkman wrote a great article illustrating the safety of Oaxaca, Mexico, which is currently posted on Suite101.com.  The article… Read more »

Video About Safety in Mexico and Living in Mexico

Video About Safety in Mexico and Living in Mexico

I just came across a nice video about Safety in Mexico and living in Mexico made by Mitch Keenan, the founder of Yucatan’s oldest real estate agencies, on The Truth About Mexico blog.

First Lady Michelle Obama Encourages Travel to Mexico

First Lady Michelle Obama Encourages Travel to Mexico

In a recent interview with ABC News from Mexico City, Michelle Obama said that it is a safe for Americans… Read more »

Another Study Confirms Safety of Mexico

Another Study Confirms Safety of Mexico

The safety of traveling to Mexico is a redundant topic for those of us living here, but Americans still don’t… Read more »