Mexico Archive

How to Keep Up With What’s Happening in Luxury Travel in Latin America

You can easily go find another luxury travel blog that covers the world, or covers Europe, or the U.S., but this one is part of the only site focused on luxury travel in Mexico, Central America, and South America. We don’t veer off into the Caribbean (though Cuba and the D.R. are certainly Latino) and [...]

Luxury Travel News for the Americas – August 2012

As we watch the Americas—including the Caribbean—dominate all the track & field sprints in the Olympics, let’s take a break to check out some luxury travel news for the region. In Brazil’s biggest city, a much-needed subway expansion is finally in motion. They’ve got a long way to go to really ease congestion though. Their [...]

Are There Any Microbrews in Latin America?

Pity the poor beer connoisseur heading to Latin America. In many countries, one brand dominates. In others there are several labels—all brewed by the same company. In general it’s a sea of light lagers meant to be served very cold on a hot day. Mexico has long brewed some of the best beers around, but [...]

Travel News From Mexico: Destinations and Initiatives

I just attended Mexico’s main annual travel trade conference, held this year in Puerto Vallart/Riviera Nayarit and got the scoop on what’s new and important in Mexico Tourism. Despite the drumbeat of negative press, Mexico had a record year for visitors in 2011, with nearly 23 million people arriving from international destinations. The U.S. sent [...]

10 Million Americans Visited Mexico in Six Months

The U.S. Department of Commerce just released its outbound tourism numbers for the first half of 2011. Despite all the thumping negative drone from 24-hour news outlets during that time, approximate one out of every three Americans leaving the U.S. went to Mexico. Around 10.3 million people. You could argue that a chunk of that [...]

A Too-short Stay in San Cristobal de las Casas

My first visit to Chiapas, Mexico started with a wet adventure but then the time in San Cristobal was bliss. Unfortunately I was hob-nobbing with delegates at the Adventure Travel World Summit most of the time and didn’t get to explore the city as much as I would like. Also, the mayor apparently made a [...]