Category: Safety

Travel Leaders Respond to Media Stories About Safety of Tourists in Mexico

Terry Denton is the President of Travel Leaders of Fort Worth, Rowlett and Tyler, Texas and the Publisher of the blog Travel By Terry. In a recent blog post, Denton responded to some of the news stories that paint an inaccurate…

Safety Facts About Mexico

Horses on the beach, Puerto Vallarta

Lonely Planet Travel Writer Provides Facts About Safety in Mexico Is Mexico safe for tourists? Lonely Planet Travel Writer Robert Reid addressed that question recently in an article reprinted by the Huffington Post. In fact, after reviewing the facts, Reid…

Puerto Vallarta in Black and White

Puerto Vallarta 2

Although Mexico is full of vibrant colors, here are a few recent shots of Puerto Vallarta from a different point of view.

Tianguis Turistico Mexico 2012

We arrived in Puerto Vallarta on Thursday evening, a city filled with the some of the best energy in Mexico. The airport signage for Tianguis was everywhere, welcoming visitors and those who are in the Mexico travel and tourism industry.…

US State Department Recognizes Safety of La Paz and South Baja

For the First Time, New Travel Notices for Mexico Specifically Separate La Paz and Other Regions, Confirming It as One of the Safest Cities in North America LA PAZ, Baja California Sur, Mexico– In a significant move that recognizes the…

Special Performance of Alegría Cirque de San Miguel to Benefit Non-Profit Feed the Hungry San Miguel

On Sunday, March 11, Feed the Hungry San Miguel will present a special performance of Alegría Cirque de San Miguel by Gravity Works at Rosewood Hotel. The special event will take place from 1:00-3:30pm and will include a raffle and…