ARCHAEOLOGICAL TOURISM IN MEXICO WENT SLIGHTLY DOWN

Pat Hyland -
“Teotihuacán” and “Chichen-Itzá” received fewer visits at the beginning of the year, especially from foreigners, despite the healthy state of travel trade in the country. Archaeological tourism in Mex...

CRUISE PASSENGERS SPEND MUCH LESS WHEN VISITING MEXICO

Wayne M. Gore -
Despite the fact that the number of cruise ships arriving to Mexico reached a new record high in 2016, the average amount of money spent by the cruise passengers is dropping sharply. ...

MEDICAL TOURISM IN MEXICO GENERATE SIGNIFICANT REVENUES

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Around 1.2 million travelers from different parts of the world go to Mexico to undergo medical procedures that cost twice as much in their countries of origin or are not covered by their insurance....

MEXICAN CARIBBEAN TO OFFER DISCOUNTS DUE TO SARGASSUM SEAWEED

Because of the Sargassum seaweed problem, hotels in the Mexican Caribbean will offer discounts of 15 to 25 percent, with the aim of attracting a greater number of visitors in this summer season, repor...

CANCUN TOURISM HIT BY RECENT VIOLENCE

Gary Diskin -
Mexican tourism representatives are concerned about the country’s situation because 70 per cent of international tourists entering Mexico come via the Riviera Maya, Cancun and Monterrey where there is...
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