Book 3 Nights at Hacienda Xcanatun, the Yucatan’s Newest, Small Boutique Hotel — the Feast Is On Us! This Thanksgiving settle into the ambience of colonial Mexico at the the Yucatan?s luxuriously, restored 18th century Hacienda Xcanatun (Tall Stone House in Maya), located minutes north of Merida. In keeping with traditional hacienda hospitality, and, Read More

Situated on the Riviera Maya, between the Caribbean Sea and tropical landscape, is the largest spa resort on the American continent… Aventura Spa Palace.  Purify the body; invigorate the soul amidst the vibrant exotic landscape of the Riviera Maya. Much more than a luxury all-inclusive oasis, the five-star adult’s only Aventura Spa Palace is a, Read More

RODOLFO ELIZONDO NAMED SECRETARY OF TOURISM, AND FRANCISCO ORTIZ, CEO OF MEXICO TOURISM BOARD Mexican president Vicente Fox has appointed his former press secretary, Rodolfo Elizondo Torres, as Secretary of Tourism, putting a veteran politician in charge of Mexico’s third-largest source of foreign income after oil and the maquila. In addition, Francisco J. Ortiz, Read More

3-31: October Festivals (Fiestas de Octubre)–Guadalajara, Jalisco. Guadalajara sparkles with this month-long event involving concerts, dances, cultural exhibits and food and attracting visitors and performers from all over of the world. 4-11: Oaxaca’s Eighth Annual Food of the Gods Festival–Oaxaca, Oaxaca. Dubbed by Food and Wine magazine as “the choice eating event of the, Read More

September 16, 2003, San Diego, CA. Travelers wanting the perfect days of summer to extend into fall can experience warm sunny days (80F) with temperate waters (78F) and cool balmy evenings (60F) on the eastern coast of Baja, Mexico on the Sea of Cortez. Baja AirVentures is offering four day (departing Thursday’s at 7, Read More

Nine Mexican cities are declared Heritage of Mankind Mexico has put nine cities on the list of Heritage of Mankind sites, a deed that steps up the nations historical and cultural values for the sake of tourism. The awarded burgs are the historic core of Mexico City, Campeche, Guanajuato, Morelia, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, Tlacotalpan, Read More