Posts in Category: News

Easter in Mexico – Semana Santa and Pascua

Easter in Mexico is a two-week holiday consisting of Semana Santa (The Holy Week, beginning on Palm Sunday and ending… Read more »

Mexico City’s Art Scene Heats Up: ZONA MACO & World Design Capital

Mexico City has been the artistic capital of Mexico since colonial times, when Europeans and the budding mestizo population began… Read more »

Wendy Perrin’s WOW List is Out: Meet Your Trusted Mexico Travel Expert

Zachary Rabinor, founder and CEO of Journey Mexico, has been named to Wendy Perrin’s WOW List of Trusted Travel Experts… Read more »

Mexico and the U.S. are Closer Than Ever

Mexico and the United States are closer than ever with more and more flight opening each week from all across the States. Are… Read more »

Update: Mexico City/Puebla Earthquake

Journey Mexico – Updated Mexico City/Puebla Earthquake Information, September 26, 2017 5:00 PM As Mexico City and Puebla return to… Read more »

Updated Statement: Mexico Earthquake

Journey Mexico Southern Mexico Earthquake Update, September 8, 2017 7:00 PM We at Journey Mexico are grateful for the outpouring… Read more »

2017 Updated Mexico Travel Warning From U.S. Department of State

In light of the updated US Department of State Travel Warning for Mexico (August 22, 2017) and in response to many… Read more »

Mexico: The 8th Most Visited Country in the World

Mexico advanced one place from 2016 to 2017 in the rankings for the most visited countries in the world, moving… Read more »

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Exploring Mexico with Journey Mexico FAM 2017

Each year Journey Mexico invites a select group of our travel partners to join us on a FAM trip and… Read more »

Coastal Ecosystem Rehabilitation Project at Mayakoba

With the purpose of recovering the local ecosystem of Mayakoba and to fight against the negative effects of global warming… Read more »

Time to Plan for La Guelaguetza Festival in Oaxaca

La Guelaguetza, meaning “offering” and “mutual exchange of gifts and services” in the ancient Zapotec language, is a festival that gives thanks to the gods of corn and celebrates the acts of giving and sharing.

Calm Restored to Cancun and Playa Del Carmen

As you may have seen reported in local media, there have been two separate shooting incidents in the state of… Read more »

Updated Mexico Travel Warning from U.S. Department of State

In an effort to make sure U.S. citizens are aware of any international security concerns in Mexico, the U.S. Department… Read more »

New Rosewood Mandarina, Riviera Nayarit to Open in Mexico

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts recently announced plans to open their fifth luxury resort in Mexico.  With an expected 2019 opening, Rosewood Mandarinas  will be… Read more »

Mexico Tourism: Facts & Statistics 2016

Tourism in Mexico Facts and Statistics 2016   New York Times named Mexico City as the No. 1 place to… Read more »

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Mexico City, a World Design Capital

Mexico City is one of the most populous and vibrant modern cities in the world, a melting pot of history… Read more »

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Day of the Dead in Mexico Explained

What is Day of the Dead? Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is an often misunderstood holiday celebrated… Read more »

San Miguel Allende, Listed Best City with Best Hotel in the World, Hotel Matilda

San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato continues to top traveler’s lists! Most recently, Condé Nast Traveler has recognized San Miguel Allende in the… Read more »