Tag: Mexico travel bloggers

The Mexico Report Named a Top Mexico Blog to Follow in 2018

Susie Albin-Najera, creator and editor of The Mexico Report

The Mexico Report travel blog has been selected by Feedspot as ‘Top 30 Mexico Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2018’. “The Best Mexico Blogs from thousands of Mexico blogs in our index were reviewed using search and social metrics.…

San Miguel de Allende Ranked No. 1 Best City in the World and No. 1 Best City in Mexico, Central and South America for 2017

Travel + Leisure’s Annual World’s Best Awards has ranked San Miguel de Allende as the No. 1 Best City in the World and No. 1 Best City in Mexico, Central and South America for 2017. Every year, the readers of…

Why Visit Mazatlán in 2017

Casa Lucila Mazatlan (via www.TheMexicoReport.com)

Guest Post by Sophia Boccard. Over the last 10 years, Mazatlán has seen many incredible changes and a transformation from a city of laid-back surfers and timeshares to a city rich with culture, music, art and gastronomy. No longer would…

Top 6 Family Activities at Hacienda Tres Rios Resort, Spa & Nature Park

Najera family at Luna Maya private beach dinner at Hacienda Tres Rios (www.themexicoreport.com)

When they call it a nature park, it really is a natural paradise. Hacienda Tres Rios Resort Spa & Nature Park is located in the Playa del Carmen area of Riviera Maya in Quintana Roo, Mexico. From Cancun Int’l Airport,…

Flying Southwest Airlines to Mexico, What To Expect and Holiday Travel Tips

The Mexico Report's Susie Albin-Najera and kids on Southwest Airlines to Mexico

On December 4, Southwest Airlines started new, daily, non-stop international flights from Los Angeles Int’l airport (LAX) to Los Cabos (SJD), Puerto Vallarta (PVR) and Cancun (CUN), Mexico.  On the date they announced these new flights (August 18), I hopped…

Discovery and Adventure in Mexico City #CDMX

Frida Kahlo Museum, Mexico City (©The Mexico Report www.themexicoreport.com)

Mexico City is a destination full of historical and modern discoveries and adventures. From the archeological complex of Teotihuacán (Pyramid of the Sun and Moon) to the city’s stunning architectural designs (Museo Soumaya by architect Fernando Romero, The Palace of…