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May 2014 Archives

Mexico Promotes Hike Through Biosphere Reserve as Tourist Option

Mexico Promotes Hike Through Biosphere Reserve as Tourist Option

Nature and archaeology lovers have a new tourist option to consider in Mexico with the launch of a walking route through the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve. continue reading »

Travel Agencies Demand Venezuelan Gov’t Pay Money Owed to Airlines

Travel Agencies Demand Venezuelan Gov’t Pay Money Owed to Airlines

Dozens of business owners and employees in the travel agency sector protested outside Venezuela's Tourism Ministry to demand the government pay billions of dollars in ticket fees owed to international airlines. continue reading »

Spain Named No. 2 Destination in World for Shopping Tourism

Spain Named No. 2 Destination in World for Shopping Tourism

Spain in 2012 was, after France, the country where foreign tourists spent the most money and it is continuing to consolidate its image as a shopping destination, above all among tourists from Latin America, the Middle East and Africa. continue reading »

Number of Foreign Visitors to Mexico Up by 10 Percent from Last Year

Number of Foreign Visitors to Mexico Up by 10 Percent from Last Year

Mexico welcomed 3.7 million foreign tourists in the first quarter, a figure that was up 10.1 percent from the same period in 2013, the Tourism Secretariat said. continue reading »

Environmental Groups Fight Tourism Project Threatening World Heritage Site in Mexico

Environmental Groups Fight Tourism Project Threatening World Heritage Site in Mexico

Environmental organizations are demanding the Mexican government block a proposed tourist project in the northwestern state of Baja California Sur, saying it would pose a severe threat to the Cabo Pulmo marine reserve. continue reading »

Enrique Peña Nieto Says Mexico Plans to Invest $14 Billion in Tourism Industry

Enrique Peña Nieto Says Mexico Plans to Invest $14 Billion in Tourism Industry

Mexico plans to invest 180 billion pesos ($13.8 billion) in tourism infrastructure to turn the country into a global power in the industry, President Enrique Peña Nieto said. continue reading »