Tourism in Mexico News – March 2024

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Cancun, Quintana Roo
Quintana Roo

Cancun to Host Groundbreaking Ibero-American Tourism Congress

Cancun, one of Latin America’s premier vacation destinations, is gearing up to host the first-ever Ibero-American Tourism Congress 2024, themed “Sustainable, Inclusive, and Fair,” on March 20th and 21st. This landmark event is being organized through a collaborative effort involving the Ministry of Tourism, the Government of Quintana Roo, the Ibero-American Federation of Young Entrepreneurs (FIJE), the Council of Ibero-American Entrepreneurs (CEIB), the Spanish Confederation of Business Organizations (CEOE), and the World Tourism Organization.… Read More

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Veracruz
Veracruz

Veracruz: A New Tourism Frontier

In an intriguing turn of events, Veracruz has begun to attract an unexpected crowd of tourists from non-traditional countries, marking a significant shift in its visitor demographics. According to Guillermo Macías Lagunes, the general secretary of the Permanent Assembly of Civil Associations with the Culture and Tourism Commission, there has been a noticeable increase in travelers from Poland, a country not previously known for its citizens’ travel to Latin America, and particularly Mexico. This new trend highlights the global interest in the rich cultural experiences offered by the region.… Read More

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Riviera Nayarit
Nayarit

Discover Nayarit: Five Must-Visit Destinations for a Quick Getaway

Treating your free days as precious opportunities can lead you to explore some of Mexico’s most enchanting tourist destinations, including the vibrant state of Nayarit. With an impressive influx of around three million visitors in 2019, Nayarit’s popularity is on a steady rise, showcasing its appeal to travelers seeking culture, history, and nature.… Read More

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Mexico
Mexico

Boost in Mexico’s International Tourism: A Positive Start to 2024

Mexico has witnessed a promising start to the year in its tourism sector, with a 3.6% increase in international visitors in January compared to the same month in 2023. The National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) revealed that the country welcomed 3.63 million foreign tourists in the first month of 2024, marking an improvement from the 3.51 million tourists recorded in January 2023.… Read More

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Capital Cities of Mexico
Mexico

Mexico’s Air Tourism Soars in New Year Surge

Air tourism in Mexico has shown a remarkable uptick in the initial month of the year, as reported by the Mexican Government’s Ministry of Tourism. The country witnessed a transportation of 10.2 million passengers through its airways on both domestic and international fronts, surpassing the figures from January 2019, before the pandemic hit.… Read More

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CDMX
CDMX

CDMX (Mexico City): The New Digital Nomad Capital

In recent years, Mexico City has experienced a remarkable transformation, becoming an increasingly popular destination for digital nomads, despite its challenges such as overcrowding, seismic activity, and pollution. This shift has been significantly influenced by the global pandemic, which spurred many to seek out locations with fewer restrictions, leading to a notable influx of remote workers. According to analysis by Restart, the population of digital nomads in Mexico has surged, tripling over the last four years, making it the leading destination in Latin America for this demographic. The majority of these nomads originate from the United States and are drawn to Mexico City for various reasons.… Read More

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Acapulco, Guerrero
Guerrero

Mexican Tennis Open’s Economic Impact Dips Amidst Hurricane Fallout

The Mexican Tennis Open, an annual sporting event held in Acapulco, has recently concluded, leaving behind an economic footprint that, while substantial, fell short of previous years. According to organizers, the tournament, which took place from February 24 to March 2 at the GNP Arena, drew a total attendance of 56,760 spectators. While this is a notable number, it signifies only 63% of the attendance seen in the 2023 edition, which boasted an audience of 90,000 people.… Read More

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Sonora
Sonora

Bahía de Kino Brimming with Reservations Ahead of Easter 2024

As Easter approaches, Bahía de Kino is gearing up for what promises to be a bustling season, with reports indicating a significant surge in reservations, hitting up to 85%. Fernanda Cisneros Rodríguez, the director of Tourism Promotion, shared insights into the burgeoning anticipation for the influx of visitors, expected to reach as high as 50,000 during this period.… Read More

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San Luis Potosí
San Luis Potosí

San Luis Potosí Shines Internationally with Festival of Traditions

San Luis Potosí took center stage on the international tourism map with the commencement of the XIV Festival of Traditions of Life and Death, hosted at one of the world’s most renowned tourist destinations. The event, inaugurated by Governor Juan Manuel Carreras López, marked a significant moment in showcasing the cultural richness of the region to both national and foreign visitors.… Read More

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Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo
Quintana Roo

Sustainability Challenges in Riviera Maya Tourism

In the scenic expanse of the Riviera Maya, visitors revel in luxurious accommodations, yet their stay comes at a staggering water cost. Each night, tourists can consume up to three thousand liters of water, a stark contrast to the modest 60 liters per person per day recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).… Read More

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Morelos
Morelos

Tourism in Morelos and its Role in Environmental Conservation

When discussing tourism in Morelos, one can’t help but marvel at the diverse array of options available for visitors. Whether you’re someone who revels in swimming and leisurely dips or prefers immersing yourself in natural landscapes for activities like hiking, birdwatching, or biking, Morelos has it all. From natural spas like Los Amates and Agua Hedionda to national parks such as Lagunas de Zempoala and El Tepozteco, the state offers a plethora of choices for nature enthusiasts.… Read More

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Durango
Durango

Durango Emerges as Budget-Friendly Destination

Fernando Durán Escobosa, the president of the Durango Tourism Cluster, has underscored the city’s status as one of the most budget-friendly accommodation options nationwide. Emphasizing its below-average prices, Durán Escobosa points out that Durango offers visitors excellent value for their money, making it an attractive destination for travelers seeking affordability without compromising on experience.… Read More

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Jalisco
Jalisco

Jalisco Promotes Tourism in Colombia

Jalisco, Mexico’s vibrant state known for its cultural richness and stunning landscapes, made a significant push to attract more Colombian tourists during the 43rd edition of the Anato 2024 Tourist Showcase held from February 28 to March 1 in Bogotá. With its flagship destinations, Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco sought to captivate the hearts of Colombian travelers, drawing attention to the diverse offerings of the region.… Read More

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Quintana Roo
Quintana Roo

Quintana Roo Makes its Presence Felt at ANATO 2024 Tourism Expo

The allure of Quintana Roo is spreading far and wide as the Mexican Caribbean region steps into the limelight at the 2024 Tourist Showcase organized by the Colombian Association of Travel and Tourism Agencies (ANATO). This event, unfolding at the International Business and Exhibition Center of Bogotá, kicked off on Wednesday and is set to wrap up the following Friday.… Read More

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Tourist Attractions in México

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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