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Mexican Caribbean Expects Record Cruise Ship Season This Winter After Slow Recovery

The Mexican Caribbean is expected to see a major increase in cruise ship passenger numbers this winter following a slow recovery in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Mexican Caribbean is one of the top destinations in the country for cruise ships thanks to its large ports and seaside locales. Despite facing setbacks amid …

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Over 800 Federal Agents Arrive To Protect Cancun Tourists During The Busy Summer Season

As the city is expecting hundreds of thousands of visitors in the next few months, over 800 new federal agents have arrived to protect Cancun tourists during the busy summer.  Since the city has bounced back from the Covid-19 pandemic, tourism has been booming, but there has also been a significant increase in crime as …

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Immigration Wait Times At Cancun International Airport Continue To Improve

Long wait times at Cancun’s busy international airport have been a source of annoyance to tourists, who have reported waiting up to two hours to enter the country. To address the issue, Mexican authorities are continuing to implement improvements to reduce waiting times at immigration checks and speed up entry formalities. With the upcoming installation …

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Cancun Visitors Warned About Surging Covid Cases

Tourists visiting Cancun for summer vacations have been warned to exercise increased caution after the state of Quintana Roo received more than 1,800 new Covid-19 infections over the last five days. More than 600 positive tests for SARS-COV2 have been reported to the Secretary of Health in Quintana Roo over the past few days. The …

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Cancun Government Issues New Hurricane Safety Tips For Visitors

Cancun authorities have issued new instructions and tips to keep visitors safe from tropical storms as the Mexican Caribbean heads into a particularly active hurricane season this year. Up to 20 tropical storms are projected to form over the Caribbean this summer, with several expected to develop into strong hurricanes. Thanks to the state’s color-coded …

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Petty Theft A Greater Concern in Cancun Than Gang Violence

Revealing Local Survey Highlights The Biggest Concerns For Those Living In The Region A new survey directed at local residents in Cancun and the state of Quintana Roo has revealed some interesting trends in regards to the problems impacting them the most. In particular, the study revealed how little concern residents have for the growing …

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When’s The Best Time To Visit Playa del Carmen?

Playa del Carmen is a coastal town located 45 minutes south of Cancun. Popular with short-stay tourists as well as long-stay digital nomads, it’s rarely quiet here. The city’s combination of well-priced accommodation, its fantastic food scene, buzzing nightlife, and great transport links, all help to keep visitors flowing into Playa del Carmen. Here are …

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The Best Music Festivals To Enjoy In Cancun This Year

Cancun is famous for its white-sand beaches, water sports, ruins from the Mayan civilization, and its thriving nightlife. Millions of tourists flock to this city of Yucatan Peninsula every year and enjoy the great weather and incredible waters. So it only seems natural that this place would be inviting a notable amount of well-known musicians …

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Mexican Government Blocks Cancun Hotel Construction To Protect Environment

Construction Permits Blocked As Controversy Rages Over Maya Train And Tulum’s Hotels A branch of the Mexican Government has blocked the construction of two hotels in the Cancun Hotel Zone. The decision comes as the Maya Train Project faces a similar barrier to its own construction. At this point, it is unclear which companies were …

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Cancun Hotels Want More Government Action Against Sargassum

Sargassum washing up on the shores of the Mexican Caribbean is a naturally occurring phenomenon that has gotten worse in recent years and this year has been one of the worst, which is why Cancun hotels want to see government action, as the collection ships that have been promised to deal with the issue have …

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