cenote
Article
The company’s eco-theme parks will soon be hosting again as an internationally-approved health protocol is now in place.
Passenger waiting at airport
Article
May proved harsh for Mexico’s aviation industry, which continues to grapple with the COVID-19 crisis.
Jaime Rogel, Director General of Grupo Navitur
Insight
Jaime Rogel
Director General
Grupo Navitur
Proximity to the US and marketing campaigns from cruise companies have been among the main factors driving the growth of Mexican cruise lines.
A bike
Article
History tells us public transport will be avoided in the coming months. Citizens must choose alternative transport means to move around.
Airplane among clouds
Article
After months in free fall, the aviation industry might be beginning to see signs of a recovery ahead, announced IATA.
cancun
Article
Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean have implemented the new WTTC safety measures for travelers.
Mexican Caribbean
Article
Despite that the Caribbean has been one of the most affected areas in terms of tourism, it seems companies have found a way to reactivate it.
Roberto Trauwitz, of PE-TRA
View from the Top
Roberto Trauwitz
Director General
PE-TRA
There are different kinds of tourists. Some are the more adventurous type while others want to plan ahead.
Fabián Sánchez, Managing Director of Horwath HTL
View from the Top
Fabián Sánchez
Managing Director
Horwath HTL Mexico
For Fabián Sánchez, Managing Director Horwath HTL Mexico, it will be until 2023 that the touristic sector recovers to 2019 levels
Subscribe to Travel