Destination Mexico is pleased to announce we will be exhibiting at the IMEX Show in Frankfurt from May 15-17, Stand B100 Booth 22. As always we will be at the Mexico Pavilion and we encourage you to make an appointment to meet with our staff there. We have offices in Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta/Punta Mita, Cancun/Riviera Maya and Mexico City and will have presentations on hand for each of these destinations.
We sincerely hope to meet you in Frankfurt!
We are pleased to announce the launching of our new updated website, which can be found at the same link: www.destination-mexico.com
Though some sections still require more work which will be ongoing over the short-term future, we sincerely hope you will take a look at what we have online at this time and we will continue to update as often as possible.
Thank you once more to all our clients around the world and we continue to encourage you to ‘Think Mexico’ and in particular Destination Mexico!!
Tourism Montreal and the Mexico Tourism Board have signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at boosting visits to both cities and improving relations between two great world cities.
The memo was signed while several representatives from Montréal's business sector were on a trade mission to Mexico City.
In 2017, the number of tourists coming to Montréal from Mexico increased by 50 per cent over 2016, reaching 82,000 in all. Tourisme Montréal expects a 15 per cent gain in 2018, for a total of 95,000 Mexican tourists coming to the city.
Riviera Maya city No. 1 in Mexico and No. 15 in the world.
Users of the travel website TripAdvisor have ranked Playa del Carmen as the top tourist destination in Mexico and 15th in the world.
The Riviera Maya city, described as “a hipper and more modern version of the fishing village it once was,” earned the rankings in the site’s 2018 Travelers’ Choice awards.
It was the only Mexican destination on the list of the top 25 in the world.
Caminos Sagrados (Sacred Roads) is a new initiative of the Tourism Network Community of the Maya Zone in Quintana Roo, that brings together eight experiences where Mayan communities share their cultural and natural heritage while contributing to preserve the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve.
At Maya Ka’an there are eight sacred paths that lead to the same place, “a paradise where the human being becomes aware of its history, takes pride of its culture, loves nature and uses its knowledge to live life as an adventure.”