Posts in Category: Nature

Ecotourism in Mexico: 5 Amazing, Eco-friendly Hotels to Enjoy

Ecotourism in Mexico: 5 Amazing, Eco-friendly Hotels to Enjoy

Travelers who aspire to be earth-friendly and who wish to contribute to local communities while traveling often participate in ecotourism…. Read more »

Posted In Ecotourism, Nature
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 »

Ecotourism in Mexico – Top 5 Tours

Ecotourism in Mexico – Top 5 Tours

At Journey Mexico, we take a responsible approach to tourism. In addition to luxury vacations, we offer the best options… 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 »

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 »

Mexico Shines as a Family/Eco Travel Destination

Mexico Shines as a Family/Eco Travel Destination

#MexicoToday: Mexico was recently featured as one of the world’s top five destinations for family eco-travel in a recent article… 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
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 »

Mexico Takes Four of Trip Advisors Top 25 Beaches in the World

Mexico Takes Four of Trip Advisors Top 25 Beaches in the World

Today’s Trip Advisor Members’ Update included their Travelers’ Choice results for “Top 25 Beaches in the World” for 2011. With… Read more »

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 »

Joining Together to Move Mexico Towards Sustainability

Joining Together to Move Mexico Towards Sustainability

Earlier this week, we posted an article about the wonderful documentary series that the Green Living Project and the Mexican… Read more »

Posted In Nature, News
Sustainable Tourism in Mexico

Sustainable Tourism in Mexico

A dedication to conservation and sustainable tourism has always been a core element of the Journey Mexico philosophy. We are… Read more »

Posted In Media, Nature, News
Obama Congratulates Mexico for Climate Summit Success

Obama Congratulates Mexico for Climate Summit Success

Washington, Dec 12 US President Barack Obama congratulated his Mexican counterpart Felipe Calderon on the success of the climate summit… Read more »

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Mexico: The World’s Largest Producer of Organic Coffee

Mexico: The World’s Largest Producer of Organic Coffee

Did you know that 75% of the word’s organic coffee comes from Latin America and of that 75%, Mexico is… Read more »

Posted In Nature, News
Underwater Sculpture Park in Cancun

Underwater Sculpture Park in Cancun

Artist and environmentalist, Jason deCaires Taylor, has entered the final stages of an incredible project designed to alleviate pressure on the natural reefs of Cancun, Mexico by attracting both marine wildlife and human tourists to a currently barren area of sea-floor, which will soon become a natural reef of cement sculptures.

Posted In Nature, News
Cave of Crystals in Chihuahua, Mexico Video

Cave of Crystals in Chihuahua, Mexico Video

More than 300 meters below the Earth’s surface, super-heated water separated minerals as the water was forced through the above layers of rock.

The Whale Sharks are Here!

The Whale Sharks are Here!

Whale Sharks can grow to be over 60 feet in length, they pose no threat to humans whatsoever, which creates an incredible opportunity for humans to interact with these massive creatures.

Posted In Nature