Category - Mexico


Holidays for Heroes

To wrap up a year marked by widespread change and industry challenges, Vision Travel is launching a community-driven initiative of celebration and renewed hope with its Holidays for Heroes giveaway. The contest will provide 10 winners with a pair of round–trip air tickets and accommodations for two at select resort properties throughout Mexico.   “Traditionally, this is a time of year for both reflection as a company and giving back to those around us,” said John Coffman, Chief […]


Mexico: Baja California Sur: Tropical Storm Javier

Tropical Storm Javier will target Mexico’s Baja California Sur with flooding rain and locally damaging winds early this week. Javier formed at midday Sunday over the warm waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean. Javier will continue to strengthen as it presses away from mainland southern Mexico toward Baja California Sur into Monday night. The window […]


Mexico: Trop storm Earl: avoid non-essential travel to E coast of Yucatan

Tropical Storm Earl – Avoid non-essential travel   Global Affairs Canada advises against non-essential travel to the East coast of the Yucatan peninsula from Puerto Costa Maya, to the Mexico-Belize border, due to Tropical Storm Earl.  


Mexico: Tropical Storm Marty: SW (Acapulco)

Marty strengthened into a hurricane for a time on Monday before weakening to a tropical storm Monday night. Regardless of weakening, Marty will continue to spread rain and gusty winds across parts of southwestern Mexico through Wednesday, elevating the threat for flash flooding and mudslides. The tropical storm is spinning over water more than sufficient […]


Mexico: West Coast: Tropical Storm Carlos

 Tropical Storm Carlos is sitting stationary over the Pacific Ocean south of Mexico, but is expected to start moving slowly soon. As of Friday morning, it had maximum sustained winds at 60 mph (95 kph) and was centered about 160 miles (260 kilometers) south of Acapulco, Mexico, and about 215 miles (345 kilometers) south-southeast of […]


Central, South America: chikungunya cases increase

The number of chikungunya cases in the Americas increased by more than 32,000 autochthonous during the past week with the vast majority of the news cases being reported from two countries. Colombia, which has been reporting a steady increase for months rose by nearly 13,000 cases in the past week, according to the Pan American […]