|When the Border Is Just Next-Door, Crossing Over It Is a Fact of Daily Life|
For people who live along the border in the twinned cities of Nogales, Ariz., and Nogales, Mexico, it’s a familiar frontier that is navigated as a regular part of everyday life.
|Worldwide Bike Forum 2017 Is Rolling Into Mexico City|
From April 19 to 23 the Worldwide Bicycle Forum will host various activities for mobility and sustainability and development of cycling in the world’s major cities.
|'Born to Baja' Video Takes Viewers Behind the Scenes of the Baja 1000|
New York Daily News
The full story from the Rouge Plant to the finish line is well worth the watch, giving viewers a look at live racing action from all angles.
|Acapulco Is Growing as Cruise Destination in 2017|
Acapulco, Mexico’s original beach destination located on the Pacific Coast, will see a 64% increase in cruise ship arrivals this year.
|Lucas Di Grassi Went from 'Hell to Heaven' with Mexico City ePrix Race Win|
A strategy gamble propelled the Abt Audi Sport driver from the back of the field, where he dropped after pitting with a broken rear wing on the third lap, to his first win of the 2016/17 season.
|Ancient Royal Palace Complex Found in Oaxaca Valley|
Archeologists have stumbled upon an ancient palace complex while excavating a site in Mexico’s Oaxaca valley. The palatial compound likely belongs to the Zapotec civilization that flourished over 2,000 years ago.
|More Mexicans Choosing to Travel to Canada Over the United States for Vacation|
The American tourism industry could be facing a new phenomena: waning interest in the traveling to the United States. Canada has seen a surge of visitors from Mexico since December 2016, when it lifted a visa requirement that had been imposed in 2009.
|Major Cruise Line Will Bypass Acapulco Over Violence|
For many vacationers, Acapulco means sun and fun. For one major cruise line, it means the potential for violence and mayhem from Mexico’s spreading drug wars. And while travelers seem mostly oblivious to the danger, the cruise company is acting on its concerns.
|'The Bucket Life' Travel Video Series Graces Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula|
Arriving just in time for the spring travel season, "The Bucket Life: Yucatan," captures the rich culture and history defining this popular warm-weather destination for U.S. and European travelers.
|Isla Mujeres Readies for Annual Whale Shark Festival|
Celebrating the beauty and culture of Isla Mujeres, Mexico, the Isla Mujeres Department of Tourism announced the dates for the 10th annual Whale Shark Festival, a cultural extravaganza showcasing the achievements, traditions and environmental splendor of the island.
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