Whale-watching dates announced for 2022-23 season

November, 2022

Gray, blue, and humpback whales can be spotted on their journey in coastal waters from Baja California to Oaxaca. Whale-watching dates for the upcoming season were published in the government’s official gazette on Oct. 19, as well as rules that apply to observation spots and restricted zones in eight states on the western coast of Mexico: Baja California, Baja California Sur, Nayarit, Jalisco, Sinaloa, Sonora, Oaxaca, and Guerrero.

Cancun Will Break All Tourism Records This Winter: Why It Is the Favorite Holiday Destination For Americans.

November, 2022

The year isn’t over, but Cancún has already received an unprecedented number of visitors! By the end of 2022, the number of tourists who visited the popular Mexican Caribbean destination is expected to reach nearly 6 million, breaking all previous records. The city has completely recovered from the effects of the pandemic, and its popularity may have even increased in spite of it. This is because Mexico did not close its borders during the pandemic, so American tourists began flooding to vacation destinations in the country, with Cancún receiving the bulk of these travelers.

Cabo San Lucas Among the Most Popular Destinations, Winner of a TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards

November, 2022

TripAdvisor awards and recognitions are highly esteemed honors that businesses in the travel industry vie for and proudly display. This year, travelers have rated and reviewed all the popular tourist destinations in Mexico, commenting on everything from the quality of the beaches to the local activities. This year, Cabo San Lucas continues to be the choice destination for family vacations and romantic getaways, receiving a TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award, designating it as one of the best places to visit in Mexico.

Discover two of Mexico’s most iconic Day of the Dead traditions

November, 2022

The second day of November brings with it one of Mexico’s most impressive and recognisable celebrations – Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is known around the world for its beauty, its message and, most of all, its many traditions. Join us in finding out about two of its most striking traditions: the use of the Mexican marigold flower, known locally as cempasúchil; and the famous skeletal figure known as “La Catrina.”


November, 2022

All the Possibilities of the Impossible

Over the last half century, we've been taught that theme parks are the pinnacle of family entertainment. But what if there was something bigger, better, and bolder waiting for you? A place that doesn't play by the rules of time, gravity, or even reality? What if you could take your vacation to the furthest reaches of your imagination? With VidantaWorld, you can.