EuroNews - The tiny town of El Alberto 100 kilometers from the U.S. border is attracting tourists with its controversial EcoAlberto Park in which visitors can experience what immigrants feel while trying to cross the border to the United States.
USA TODAY - Small ship line Un-Cruise Adventures has announced four new itineraries in Mexico's Sea of Cortes and is offering up to $400 travel credit on new week-long bookings through Aug. 2.
Bloomberg - Mexico’s tourism industry, already the nation’s fifth-biggest source of revenue, is seen taking on more economic importance by the end of 2018 as international visits rise and new infrastructure is built.
Sentido Comun - Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte. or OMA, said service began June 12 between Zacatecas and Dallas/Fort Worth on American Airlines on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Sentido Comun - Fibra Uno, a real estate trust, maintained its pace of acquisitions in recent months, including a binding agreement to purchase 3.796 billion pesos ($298.9 million) for a portfolio of 10 properties, including a Hilton in Mexico City.
LAT - Things are looking up for tourism in Mazatlan. The Pacific Coast resort has long been a favorite with American tourists. Mexico’s ongoing drug war, however, caused concern. But recent changes have quieted fears.
PRNewswire - Aeromexico has launch of its new "Aeromexico Contigo" (Aeromexico with You) product, which will offer a host of benefits to passengers traveling frequently between Mexico and the United States.
LAT - Tons of fun await visitors to Cancun and Isla Mujeres, Mexico, later this month when the sixth annual Whale Shark Festival gets underway. The event, rescheduled from July to June 21-23, celebrates the bus-size creatures.
Fox News Latino - Mexico is trying to capitalize on the Chinese president's visit to spark a mass influx of tourists from China, the world's largest tourism spender. But insiders said it's still a long way before Chinese vacationers begin flocking to Mexico.
AP — The weeklong detention of an American woman after Mexican authorities said they found 12 pounds of marijuana under her bus seat illustrates just one of the perils Americans face while traveling south of the border.