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Journey Mexico January 2012 News
Mexico Moving Forward
It looks like Mexico is regaining its momentum with increased tourism arrivals; 2011 saw strong growth compared to 2010. And now, thanks to new hotel openings and interesting Mayan prophecies about the end of one cycle and the beginning of a new one, travel authorities are expecting 2012 to be an even bigger year for tourism in Mexico Continue reading >>
Copper Canyon
The largest canyon in North America, Copper Canyon is more than four times the volume of the Grand Canyon and is home to the second largest Native American Indigenous Community, the Tarahumaras. It’s stunning views can be seen from riding the Chihuahua al Pacifico train, considered one of the world’s most scenic rail journeys. Read more >>
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Conde Nast Traveler Live Chat
Condé Nast Traveler Magazine presented its 2012 Gold List of the of best acommodations worldwide. With Mexico capturing 33 properties on the list this year, they invited Mexico Expert and CNT Travel Specialst, Zach Rabinor to partake in their first Live Facebook Chat to answer Mexico questions. The hour-long event resulted in over 150 interactions! To see the thread, click here >>
New Habita Boutique Hotels
Two new boutique hotels will be open this year under the Habita Hotel Group each with a unique approach. Endémico Resguardo Silvestre, located on a winery in Baja California, is an eco-hotel situated right into the rocky hillside while Hotel Downtown, in Mexico City, is a mixed boutique hotel and hostel concept, meeting a variety of needs and budgets. Continue reading >>
  • January 23-25: Zach will be in Mexico City for the Virtuoso Regional and client visits that follow
  • January 26-27: Zach will be in Cancun visiting Matteo and finalizing Journey Yucatan experiences
  • February 4-7: Zach will be in Los Angeles for the Conde Nast Traveler Top Travel Specialists Summit
  • February 8-9: Zach will be traveling to Los Angeles, CA for client visits