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Welcome to the tourism news section of our website, where we bring you the latest news and updates on Mexico’s vibrant travel industry. Mexico is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world, offering a wealth of attractions and experiences, including stunning beaches, rich cultural heritage, and exciting city life.

In this section, we will keep you informed about the latest developments in Mexico’s tourism industry, including new attractions, destination updates, and travel trends. Whether you are a seasoned traveler or planning your first trip to Mexico, this section is the perfect place to stay up-to-date on all things travel in this fascinating country.
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Mazatlán, Sinaloa
Sinaloa

Mazatlán Hotels Reach Full Capacity in May

Mazatlán has kicked off May with a remarkable 100% hotel occupancy rate, driven by a series of major events including Motorcycle Week, the Mazatlán Cup, and the Lions Club convention. Ricardo Velarde Cárdenas, office manager of the Ministry of Tourism in Sinaloa, shared these insights during the opening of the 86th Convention of District B3 of the Lions Club. He emphasized the significance of these gatherings for boosting local tourism and economy, even though specific economic impact figures are yet to be disclosed.… Read More

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Mexico
Mexico

Mexico’s Tourism Sector Shows Robust Growth in Late 2023

Mexico’s tourism industry displayed a remarkable growth of 5.5% in the fourth quarter of 2023, significantly outpacing the overall national economic growth, according to the Secretary of Tourism, Miguel Torruco. This surge is nearly double that of the national gross domestic product (GDP) growth, underscoring a vibrant recovery in the sector.… Read More

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Sonora
Sonora

Sonora Leads Economic Growth Among Mexican Border States

Sonora has emerged as a leader among Mexico’s border states, achieving the highest economic growth in 2023, according to the Federation of National Chambers of Commerce, Services, and Tourism in Sonora (Fecanaco). Martín Zalazar Zazueta, the president of the chamber, hailed this as a significant accomplishment for the administration of Governor Alfonso Durazo Montaño.… Read More

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Jalisco
Jalisco

Analyzing Tourism’s Value Chain at National Research Congress

Last week, the 2024 Applied Tourism Research Congress was held at the Universidad Panamericana’s School of Hospitality in Guadalajara, focusing on the tourism value chain. The event saw a gathering of experts from across the academic and tourism sectors, featuring 60 presentations from researchers hailing from five countries: Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Paraguay, and the Dominican Republic. These presentations were supported by various educational institutions and state tourism secretariats of Mexico.… Read More

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Puebla
Puebla

Nearshoring Boosts Hotel Investment Opportunities in Puebla

In Puebla, the phenomenon of nearshoring is anticipated to drive significant investments into the local hotel sector, according to Luis Javier Cué de la Fuente, president of the National Tourism Business Council (CNET), Puebla chapter. Cué de la Fuente emphasized the potential for this economic trend to foster new hotel developments and attract more international visitors to the region.… Read More

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CDMX - Tacos al Pastor
CDMX

Mexico City: A Top Culinary Destination, Says Condé Nast Traveler

Condé Nast Traveler, the esteemed English magazine known for its luxurious spotlight on the world’s top tourist destinations, has recently honored Mexico City as one of the globe’s premier locales for culinary excellence. This accolade comes as part of the magazine’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards, where readers cast their votes on various categories, including the best global cuisines.… Read More

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Sinaloa
Sinaloa

Mazatlán Aquarium Introduces the “Reflection Room”

The Mazatlán Aquarium has enhanced its visitor experience by inaugurating a new feature known as the Reflection Room. This addition is part of the celebrations marking the first anniversary of the Great Mazatlán Mar de Cortés Aquarium, a facility that has quickly become a key player in the local tourism and conservation efforts.… Read More

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Traditions of Aguascalientes
Aguascalientes

San Marcos Fair 2024: A Beacon of Culture and Economic Prosperity

The San Marcos National Fair in Aguascalientes, a storied event with nearly two centuries of history, is poised to set a new record in 2024 with anticipated economic benefits surpassing 10,000 million pesos. Known as one of Mexico’s oldest and most celebrated fairs, it has evolved into a significant regional economic catalyst.… Read More

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Mazatlán, Sinaloa
Sinaloa

Mazatlán Expects a Tourism Boom During Motorcycle Week

Mazatlán is gearing up for a bustling first week of May, as city officials anticipate near-full hotel occupancy driven by several major events, including the much-anticipated Motorcycle Week from May 2 to 4. Ricardo Velarde Cárdenas, the office manager of the Ministry of Tourism in Sinaloa, revealed that alongside Motorcycle Week, the city will host a soccer event and the Mazatlán Cup, with activities further buoyed by the long weekend for Labor Day.… Read More

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Quintana Roo - Cozumel
Quintana Roo

Cozumel’s Tourism Surge: A Paradise Expanded

Nestled in the Mexican Caribbean, the enchanting island of Cozumel is rapidly becoming a top choice for travelers. With a steady increase in the number of flights, cruise arrivals, and burgeoning hotel bookings, Cozumel is establishing itself as an essential destination for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike.… Read More

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Quintana Roo
Quintana Roo

UN Hosts Cultural and Tourism Forum at Xcaret with a Focus on Film

The United Nations Tourism Organization recently hosted an influential forum titled “Culture and Tourism: A Film Relationship” at the Xcaret hotel complex. This event aimed to explore the symbiotic relationship between the tourism and cinema industries. The forum was a highlight of the broader 2024 edition of the Platino Ibero-American Cinema Awards, a significant event for the Spanish-speaking audiovisual sector, attracting a variety of producers, actors, and film-related professionals.… Read More

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Sonora
Sonora

Boost in Sonora’s Guided Tours: A 25% Increase Fueled by New Flight Routes

The tourism sector in Sonora has experienced a significant boost, with a 25% increase in guided tour sales this year compared to last. Julio Rascón, the national and state president of the Tour Operators, attributes this growth to enhanced promotional efforts and a surge in demand from travelers from various Mexican states, including Bajío, Zacatecas, San Luis Potosí, Aguascalientes, Yucatán, and Veracruz.… Read More

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Capital Cities of Mexico
Mexico

Madrid Celebrates Hispanic Heritage with Mexico as Guest Country

Madrid is set to showcase its rich cultural tapestry at the fourth annual Festival of Hispanic Heritage this October, with Mexico featured as the guest country. The announcement was made by Isabel Díaz Ayuso, president of the Community of Madrid, who emphasized the festival’s role in connecting with distant markets and celebrating the diverse origins of Madrid’s residents.… Read More

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Campeche
Campeche

New Leadership in Campeche’s Restaurant Association Aims to Boost Tourism

In a recent development aimed at promoting tourism in Campeche, Francisco Estrada Gómez, the president of the Tourism Business Council of Shops on 59th Street and traditional neighborhoods, introduced the new board of directors for the association. This strategic move underscores the ongoing efforts to enhance the region’s attractiveness to tourists and provide a boost to local businesses.… Read More

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Gastronomy of Morelos
Morelos

Morelos Marks 155 Years of Statehood with Celebrations

Morelos, one of Mexico’s vibrant states, recently celebrated a significant milestone—its 155th anniversary as a federative entity. The state was officially established in 1869 by then-President Benito Juárez García, who organized it into the districts of Cuernavaca, Cuautla, Jonacatepec, Tetecala, and Yautepec. These areas, once part of the State of Mexico, came together to form what is now known as Morelos.… Read More

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Veracruz
Veracruz

Exploring Veracruz’s Hidden Historical Gems

Veracruz is widely known for its scenic beaches attracting countless tourists yearning for sun and sand. However, the state also offers a rich tapestry of historical tourism that many are yet to discover. Veracruz, comprised of 212 municipalities, houses several lesser-known sites that are not only steeped in history but are also visually stunning.… Read More

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Tourist Attractions in México

Ecotourism in Mexico

Ecotourism and Adventure

Mexico is one of the best countries for Ecotourism as it has a great variety of flora and fauna, as well as a large number of refuges for extraordinary species. You can enjoy recreational activities of appreciation and knowledge of nature through contact with it, such as: stargazing, observation of natural attractions, wildlife and bird watching. Throughout México there are more than 176 protected natural areas, 5 of them considered by UNESCO as Natural Heritage of Humanity. Just for this and much more, we believe that Mexico is a Paradise for Ecotourism.… Read More

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Archaeological Sites

Archaeological Sites

The Archaeological Zones are the cultural past of every Mexican. You will be amazed at the ambient, nature and the environment that surrounds them. Climbing to the top or being around it will take us back in time to admire every detail. México is a country of culture and traditions, many of which we have inherited from the pre-Hispanic inhabitants of this vast territory, although it is true that there were more settlements in the central and southern part of the country, it is also possible to find some archaeological remains in the north.
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States Of Mexico

States Of Mexico

Mexico has an incredible diversity of landscapes, where the beauty of its beaches, internationally recognized, stands out. In its vast territory of coasts, there are beaches of unparalleled beauty, and colorful landscapes. A large network of first-class hotels and tourist services is available to visitors to these beaches. Mexico is also mystical places, dotted with archaeological testimonies inherited from its original inhabitants. Monuments made by the Mayas, Aztecs and Toltecs are located in magical landscapes, like lighthouses in an ocean of natural beauty. They offer visitors buildings that tell their history, and museums that collect their cultural heritage. And that keep alive ancestral traditions, in ceremonies and festivals, where you can enjoy cultural activities and entertainment.… Read More

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Interesting Sites and Activities

Traditions in Mexico

It is practically impossible to make a meticulous, and above all, accurate selection of the places to visit in Mexico. Each place that our country houses is unique and beautiful in its own way. Mexico, with its nearly 2 million km², has a large number of scenarios to offer, as well as endless activities to do. Do not lose your way and enter the places to visit in Mexico. In Mexico, apart from the beaches and its famous archaeological sites, there are many other really interesting sites and activities that you should know. In the surroundings of the main cities you will find places full of culture and tradition, where you can spend relaxing, interesting and fun vacations. On your trip through Mexico you cannot stop obtaining souvenirs, the crafts that are made here are of the highest quality and recognized worldwide. A shopping tour cannot be missed.… Read More

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Beaches in Mexico

Beaches

On the Beaches of Mexico you can immerse yourself in the intense blue ocean of the Pacific bays, sunbathe on the shore of the warm and transparent waves of the Caribbean Sea in Quintana Roo or even rest on the beautiful coasts of the Gulf of Mexico. Mexican beaches hide wonderful secrets for the traveler. By visiting them, in addition to enjoying the excellent climate and water activities, you can discover splendid archaeological sites and interesting colonial cities without traveling long distances.… Read More

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Magical Towns in Mexico

Magical Towns

A Magical Town is a place with symbols and legends, towns with history that in many cases have been the scene of transcendent events for our country, they are places that show the national identity in each of its corners, with a magic that emanates from its attractions ; visiting them is an opportunity to discover the charm of Mexico. The Magical Towns Program contributes to revalue a set of populations in the country that have always been in the collective imagination of the nation and that represent fresh and varied alternatives for national and foreign visitors. A town that through time and in the face of modernity, has conserved, valued and defended its historical, cultural and natural heritage; and manifests it in various expressions through its tangible and intangible heritage. A Magical Town is a town that has unique, symbolic attributes, authentic stories, transcendent events, everyday life, which means a great opportunity for tourist use, taking into account the motivations and needs of travelers.… Read More

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Gastronomy of Puebla

Gastronomy

The Gastronomy of Mexico has a great diversity of typical dishes, which is why it was recognized by UNESCO as Intangible Heritage of Humanity. The basic and representative ingredients of Mexican dishes are: corn, coriander, chili, beans, piloncillo, nopal and tomato. Mexican cuisine is also characterized by its sauces, which serve as an accompaniment to traditional dishes, prepared based on spices.… Read More

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Capital Cities of Mexico

Capital Cities

Folklore, gastronomy, literary culture, art and exhibitions, is what you will find in the capitals of the states of Mexico. To the north, colonial Mexico, Puebla, Guadalajara, Guanajuato, the Sonoran desert and the California peninsula. To the east Veracruz and the gulf. To the west Acapulco, Oaxaca and Tuxtla Gutiérrez. And to the south the Riviera Maya and the pyramids of Chichén-Itzá, Tulúm and Cobá in Yucatán, Palenque in Chiapas, the cenotes, and the Central American jungles.… Read More

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