New Plans and Strategies for Tourism
In a recently published post, Travel Weekly had the opportunity to sit down with Mexico’s new Secretary of Tourism, Claudia Ruiz Massieu, to discuss how she plans to grow Mexico’s tourism to become the third-largest contributor to the country’s economy. This includes details on a train linking Cancun to Chichen Itza and Merida and a marketing initiative to re-brand the Pacific Coast. Continue reading >>
UNESCO World Heritage Cities
This eight day itinerary offers a step back in time to the Colonial Era when Spanish influence thrived among elaborate baroque architecture and cobblestone streets. The trip visits many cities recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Mexico City, Queretaro, San Miguel Allende, Guanajuato, and Morelia where you will witness local customs and traditions. Start Planning >>
Conde Nast Traveler Tamale Expert
Condé Nast Traveler magazine’s contributing editor, Mark Schatzker, was recently reporting from Mexico City when he found himself hungry for some traditional Mexican tamales. Knowing that there are endless variations of tamales in Mexico; he called Journey Mexico up asking for some advice on where to find the absolute best. Continue reading >>
Las Ranitas Eco Boutique Hotel
Introducing Las Ranitas to our select portfolio of unique and luxury accommodations! It is located in Tulum along Mexico's Riviera Maya. The quaint 27 room hotel is ecologically friendly and has been designed with respect to the local environment. Las Ranitas will fill your senses, one by one, with the colors, aromas and sounds of paradise.
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July 29- August 16: Michael will be on a scouting trip in Mexico.
In Mexico: What's going on, where to go, and exclusive offers from Journey Mexico. *Travel+Leisure voted Journey Mexico to its prestigious A-List as one of the world’s Top Tour Operators; Condé Nast’s Wendy Perrin selected Journey Mexico’s CEO Zachary Rabinor as one of the world’s Top Travel Specialists and Top Villa Specialists.