(WFI) Mexico face Brazil in one of the most exciting groups in the World Cup.

Cameroon and Croatia join them in Group A, with El Tri hoping to repeat the form that led to their London 2012 gold medal at this summer’s FIFA showpiece.

But they nearly didn’t make it to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Mexico won only two of their ten matches in the final group qualification phase. And it was only the USA’s victory over Panama that put Mexico in the intercontinental play-off. They put behind their troubles behind them to record a 9-3 aggregate win over New Zealand.

Playing in their 15th World Cup, Mexico will be keen to get off to a good start against Cameroon before their mouthwatering tie against World Cup favourites Brazil in Fortaleza on June 17.

With a good following of fans behind them, they’ll be hoping to go beyond the round of 16 for the first time in six appearances at the World Cup. Much is expected of star players including Manchester United’s Javier Chicharito Hernandez and Andres Guardado, who has just been loaned from Valencia to Bayer Leverkusen for the rest of the season.

Last week, Mexico showed the world that they are coming into form for the World Cup with a 4-0 trouncing of South Korea in a friendly in San Antonio. Striker Alan Pulido’s hat-trick gave notice that he may be a force to be reckoned with at the June 12 to July 13 tournament.

Mexico fans know their team has a strong chance of advancing to the second round.

For those Mexico supporters, based within Cartan’s territories, seeking a way to follow their team in Brazil – and with limited tickets and accommodations available to watch Mexico – the most secure method is to purchase a travel package with an official sports travel agent like Cartan Global. This can help guarantee international flights, accommodations, ground transportation, and flights between host cities.

The “Follow Team Mexico” package includes eight nights, June 12-20, 2014 at the IBIS Fortaleza Hotel and a domestic round-trip airfare for the June 13 Mexico v Cameroon game in Natal at the Estadio das Dunas and the June 17 crunch match against Brazil at in Fortaleza at Estadio Castelao. In addition to Fortaleza, there is also limited availability of travel packages in Natal (Rifoles Praia Hotel) and Recife (Beach Class Suites).

The package also includes airport meet and greet, private game day transportation, services consisting of local staff and program managers, and many more amenities.

Cartan Global has a range of travel packages to suit different budgets.

If you already purchased tickets to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, Cartan Global offers travel packages starting at $2,995 with available accommodations in multiple cities.

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