Los Cabos Tourism Board is reporting a record 13% growth in domestic and international visitors during the first quarter of 2022, a historic increase fueled largely by the destination’s swift response to the pandemic and strict health and safety protocols enforced over the last two... more ›
Top performers get a sneak peek of Breathless Cancun Soul
Travel advisors on location for the Amazing Agent Celebration by AMResorts and AMR Collection were invited to attend a festive launch event for Breathless Cancun Soul Resort & Spa, which officially opens on Dec. 7.
The elaborate affair on Dec. 2 featured a ribbon cutting ceremony,... more ›
Merida, the capital of Yucatan, is gearing up to welcome the world’s travel and tourism industry at the 2021 edition of Tianguis Turistico, set for Nov. 16 to Nov. 19.
Participation for the event has exceeded expectations with a record number of registrations and, for organizers,... more ›
As part of the International Day of Climate Action, Aeromexico will be operating its first flights between the U.S. and Mexico with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), reducing 27 tons of CO2 emissions, equivalent to making more than 3,800 cars zero emission for one day in Mexico City.
The... more ›
A Wellness Escape Awaits
Chef Miguel Bautista is dipping white oyster mushrooms into a sauce and placing them onto a small charcoal grill.
Today’s goal is to cook up a very common Mexican dish — tacos al pastor — but without a key ingredient: pork.
“Once you identify the proteins in the vegetable world... more ›
Transat Distribution Canada (TDC) is welcoming Heather Calvert and Sheena Revet, the co-owners of the brand-new Marlin Travel agency, located in Regina, Saskatchewan. With more than 40 years of combined experience in the travel industry, the two businesswomen will bring their passion and... more ›
GlobalData Reports North American Inbound Tourism Spend Posts Big Decline
GlobalData reports that while destinations across North America -- USA, Mexico and Canada -- are at different stages of tourism development, there is one common factor -- the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 have hit their respective tourism economies hard.
In its latest report,... more ›
US Border Restrictions Could Hurt Mexico Tourism
After 17 months, the land border between the US and Mexico remains closed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and GlobalData indicates that this could have “devastating impacts” for Mexico’s tourism industry.
The data and analytics company’s latest report, Tourism Source Market... more ›
Make a note in your calendar, the dates for Tianguis Turístico México 2021 are being changed to Nov. 16 to Nov. 19.
The change was announced by Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism, Miguel Torruco Marqués and the Governor of Yucatán, Mauricio Vila Dosal, who indicated that the change was made... more ›
Mexican outbound travel certainly felt the impact of the global pandemic, with the number of trips dropping by 73% -- that’s the second highest drop in the Americas, after Peru at 76%.
And even though commercial flights operated throughout the year at a limited capacity, many countries... more ›