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Last Frontiers' articles for Mexico (News)

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Mexico new regional flight route

The new route operated by regional carrier Aeromar will bring together Oaxaca and Tuxtla Gutierrez (for San Cristobal de las Casas), operating 5 days a week. This is very exciting news as it means Oaxaca can now be easily included into our Classic Mexico itinerary. We would suggest a stay of 3 nigh... Read more»

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Winter Newsletter December 2015

Welcome to our regular round-up of Latin America news and staff travel reports. In this issue: Office news Last Frontiers' Top Three Gardens Claire and Fran in north-east Brazil Ali in Uruguay Last Frontiers in the press Office News Since our last newsletter we have launched our new websi... Read more»

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Stephen Fry in Central America

Stephen Fry travels through Central America in ITV's new 4 part series. He journeys overland from northern Mexico down to the Colombian border in Panama, learning about the people, places wildlife and history of the Central American isthmus. In the first episode, Stephen begins his journey at the bo... Read more»

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BBC Lost Kingdoms of Central America

Follow Dr Jago Cooper, curator of the Americas section in the British museum, on his travels through Central America with the BBC's new four-part series.   In this first episode Jago goes in search of the ancient Olmec civilisation in Southern Mexico. The Olmec, said to have inspired the Mayans, a... Read more»

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Claire in Mexico

Bravely risking the hurricane season in search of some September sunshine and culture, I headed off to Mexico. The itinerary was of course action-packed. Time afforded me just one night in Mexico City, in the lovely, upmarket district of Polanco, before I boarded a short flight south-east to Tuxtla... Read more»

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Mexico highlights - Sue exploring Oaxaca, Chiapas and the Yucatan Peninsula

An overdue return trip to Mexico made me appreciate what a huge, diverse and wonderful country it is: friendly people, excellent food, amazing ruins and stunning beaches. After a day in Mexico City and overnight in the lovely boutique hotel Las Alcobas we set off for Oaxaca. I loved it, cobbled stre... Read more»

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Stay somewhere a little different in Latin America

Latin America is host to a variety of natural as well as man made wonders, giving way to some equally impressive hotels.  Whether your interests lie in history, nature or brand new experiences, it is possible to incorporate them into not just the places you visit but your accommodation as well. Here... Read more»

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USA Visa Waiver Programme

From January 2009 if travelling through the US, a visa waiver is required, which can be applied for online and MUST be requested at least 72hrs prior to departure. Read more»

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