As Canada’s prime minister and Mexico’s president prepare to meet next week in Mexico, the leaders will be discussing new air travel measures in place that could boos tourism and business between the countries. Their hopes? To expand nonstop flights to between Canada and Mexico, and from the US to each country.
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Mexico offers a different kind of neighborly charm, but ones that Americans are all too fond of. The Cancun, Cozumel and Playa Del Carmen in the Mayan Riviera and Cabo San Lucas are the gold standard in Mexican vacations, and the affordability of travel to Mexico makes it a longstanding favorite destination for travelers despite brief periods of social unrest. Mexico closely guards its tourism industry, as highlighted in this article, and with good reason: white sands, warm sun, and cooling palm shades are pretty irresistible. If you’ve been wanting to travel south of the border more often, check out some
Sandwiched between some pretty great destinations, America offers easy international vacation destination options to the north and the south. And if the diplomatic talks turn out well, your next Canadian or Mexican vacation may be one less layover away.