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Grupo Vidanta is already planning to invest in a tourist complex on Islas Marías, through the construction of a hotel and the incorporation of its Elegant Vidanta sea cruise to the Puerto Vallarta-Mazatlán-Islas Marías route. The president of the Mexican conglomerate of hotels and resorts and real estate (Grupo Vidanta), Daniel Chávez Morán, is among...
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An American anarchist who went by the name John Galton was shot dead at his home in the Mexican resort of Acapulco, sending shivers through a tightknit anti-establishment community of expatriates that organizes events in the violence-torn retreat with seminars on topics such as how to make money via cryptocurrencies. A woman describing herself as...
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The seventh edition of the Guest Review Awards organized by the Booking.com booking platform recognized the places that travelers consider most welcoming to visit. In total, users gave prizes to 146,000 properties throughout the country, of these, 40 were highlighted as the most welcoming destinations in the country and are found in four cities in...
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Vidanta is pleased to announce the company has named their official hire for the World’s Best Job position, Peru-based candidate, Andrea Martens. Chosen from a pool of over 15,000 candidates from more than 120 countries, the victorious applicant will spend the next year working as a professional vacationist and brand ambassador for Vidanta, a collection...
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The governor of Jalisco, Aristóteles Sandoval signed an agreement with the National Polytechnic Institute and SEDATU, Román Meyer for the application of an urban improvement program in marginalized areas of Puerto Vallarta. “Because as a governor who is just one month away from completing his term for which he was elected, I can point out...
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Miguel Ángel Millán, a 30-year-old blind man, and his guide dog Ruger, seek to end the discrimination they have suffered and lay the foundations to raise awareness about the use of guide dogs in Acapulco establishments. Miguel Angel left the cane behind and now chooses to be accompanied by Ruger, a 20-month old golden retriever,...
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Bodies line popular Caleta Beach in Mexico
It’s a stunning resort town once frequented by the rich and famous, but these days it’s become the scene of unimaginable horror time and time again. The latest incident saw two men murdered on Caleta Beach in Mexico’s Acapulco region, but such scenes of bloodshed are becoming so mundane here that tourists barely batted an...
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mayan train
Grupo Vidanta, a Mexican conglomerate of hotels, resorts and real estate developer, is interested in investing in the construction of the Mayan Train, informed its president, Daniel Chávez Morán, in the Tourism and Social Development forum. “The Mayan Train is a great idea, because in a decade of operation it will double the income of...
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cruise puerto vallarta
Businessman Daniel Chávez, owner of Grupo Vidanta, is moving forward in the construction of a port in Vallarta to enter the cruise business. The goal is to have Mexico’s first home port where cruise ships will originate from traveling points of the Pacific, such as Mazatlan, Puerto Peñasco, Los Cabos and Acapulco. In Mexico, all...
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Mexico must double oil exploration spending to halt output fall
Reuters By Marianna Parraga and David Alire Garcia ACAPULCO, Sept 28 (Reuters) – Mexico will need to double to about $4 billion its annual oil exploration investment to reverse a 14-year decline in output, a move that will require more funding by Pemex and private producers, a top official with the state-run firm said Friday....
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Highlights 20 shale wells expected by the end of the next year Company expects to ease fracking concerns of incoming president Acapulco, Mexico — Mexico’s Pemex expects to explore and assess its shale oil and gas portfolio with the hope of starting mass development in 2023-2024, the company’s exploration director said Friday. Receive daily email...
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2 Mexican marines found dead in resort of Cancun
MEXICO CITY — Authorities found the bodies of two Mexican marines wrapped in blood-stained sheets and dumped on a street in the Caribbean coast resort of Cancun on Wednesday. The bodies were found in downtown Cancun, relatively far from most of the resort’s hotels. They had apparently been stabbed. The Mexican navy condemned the killings,...
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US State Department Issues Level 2 Travel Advisory for Mexico
On September 25th, the Federal and state authorities in Mexico disarmed the city of Acapulco’s entire police force as they investigate possible ties to drug gangs, according to the US Embassy in Mexico . This news supports the action taken by the US State Department on August 22, 2018, when it elevated its Travel Advisory...
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A year after the Mexico City quake, many Jewish organizations still have no home
Rescuers from the Mexican-Jewish aid agency Cadena inspect damage in Mexico City following the earthquake last year. (Courtesy of Cadena/via JTA) MEXICO CITY (JTA) — This capital city has yet to recover from last September’s earthquake, which killed over 300 people and left many more homeless. In the trendy Condesa neighborhood, once a predominantly Jewish...
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After several months of planning, Cruises Marítimos Vacacionales (CMV), announced the itinerary for their exclusive Mexico cruise service will set sail on February 3, 2019 from Acapulco. The cruise ship, the Magellan, will arrive in Puerto Vallarta for the first time on February 7. The European cruise company, with more than 10 years of experience and...
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