|Facebook Adds Travel-Planning Feature 'City Guides'|
Facebook quietly launched a City Guides feature in the Facebook app that enables users to book some hotels and restaurants, and message or tap to call other hotels, restaurants, and tours and attractions.
|Study Finds Couples Who Have Their First Holiday in Mexico Are Most Likely to Break Up|
New research has found that couples who have their first holiday in sunny Mexico are the most likely to break up.
|High Excitement as Rally Guanajuato Hits the Dirt|
The Checkered Flag
Rally Mexico is the first all gravel round of the WRC season as the Central American event offers rocky roads, passionate fans and highest altitude in the championship in this unique addition to the series.
|Four Daring Women to Climb the Highest Peak in Mexico for Children's Charity|
This month, Georgina Miranda and three other amazing women – Emma Walker, Jessica Hamel, and Elizabeth Williams – will tackle the highest peak in Mexico – Pico de Orizaba – a volcano reaching 18,491 feet.
|The Passport Index: Which Countries Are Easy to Visit?|
A look at which countries are easiest and most difficult to travel to based on their willingness to give visitors visas.
|Natural and Supernatural Worlds Collide in Mexico's Capital of Witchcraft and Witch Doctors|
There's something about the thick tropical air and swirling mists over the nearby Sierra de las Tuxtlas mountains that make it easy to believe you've found a porthole to another dimension in Catemaco.
|Signs of 'Trump Slump' in International Tourism to US|
The US Travel Association says there are “mounting signs” the Trump administration’s policies are having a “broad chilling effect on demand for international travel to the United States.
|Miami's Loss Is Mexico's Gain as PGA's World Golf Championship Plays On|
The Associated Press
For the first time since 1962 the PGA Tour will not have a tournament at Doral this year. It found a sponsor in Grupo Salinas, giving birth to the Mexico Championship.
|Mexico Attracted 35M International Visitors in 2016|
Mexico Tourism Board
The Mexico Tourism Board announced a record-breaking 35 million international visitors traveled to Mexico in 2016, representing a growth of 9 percent compared to 2015. This growth is more than twice the global industry average.
|Watch Five Years of Sailing Around the World in Five Beautiful Minutes|
The crew of a 72ft bluewater cruiser document their remote travels sailing around the world in this breathtaking short video.
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