Topics :: Mexico

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A Cancun-to-Palenque Train?

By Mark Stevenson | Aug 13
Mexico's president-elect wants to bring tourism revenues to remote and forgotten stretches of Mexico, but some are scratching their heads at his main proposal: to build a $3.2 billion train.

Slumber Party: Puerto Vallarta's Almar Resort

By Ivan Quintanilla | May 28
The newest and only luxury beachfront LGBTQ hotel in Puerto Vallarta will make your cup - make that tub -- bubbleth over.

First Look: Vallarta Pride 2018

Mar 27
With the theme of "100 Reasons to Celebrate," Vallarta Pride will take place in Puerto Vallarta, from May 20-27, 2018, celebrating the vibrant LGBTQ community through a series of cultural activities, concerts, parties and parades.

White Party Puerto Vallarta

White Party Puerto Vallarta

Feb 19
Puerto Vallarta celebrated with an Under the Sea theme that had attendees dressed in white, on the beach, at sunset. This is the second year that Mexico held this fun event, presented by Jeffrey Sanker, who makes White Party Palm Springs happen each year.

Picking the Right Home Rental for a Mexico Beach Vacation

By Marjorie Miller | Feb 16
Now with Airbnb, HomeAway and other sites, we have a plethora of houses to pick from, with photos from every angle and customer reviews.

Puerto Vallarta Sets New Hotel Occupancy Record

Feb 11
Puerto Vallarta has set a new record in hotel occupancy and international arrivals with the closure of 2017, receiving even more visitors than expected.

Discovering Romance Beyond Puerto Vallarta's Romantic Zone

By Karen Loftus | Jan 30
One gay couple heads beyond Puerto Vallarta's Romantic Zone to create a wedding of a lifetime at Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa.

U.S. Expands Travel Advisory to Mexico

Aug 24
The U.S. State Department expanded its travel advisories Tuesday to warn of dangers in parts of Mexico, like the Caribbean coast, that previously hadn't been covered by such alerts.

Sewage System Failures Plague Mexican Tourist Destinations

By Lisa Martine Jenkins, Mark Stevenson | Jul 31
Sewage breakdowns in Mexico City's "floating gardens" of Xochimilco and in the country's Yucatan peninsula resort of Isla Holbox have officials warning of threats to residents and tourism.

Gasoline Thieves are Out of Control - and Deadly - in Mexico

By Mark Stevenson | Jul 16
Fuel theft in Mexico used to be a few villagers drilling holes in pipelines and carrying away the gasoline in jugs. But heavy arms and violence reflect its growth into a billion-dollar business.

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