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Unlicensed Vendors Are Being Removed From Tulum Beaches

The conflict over potential clients in Tulum beaches continues to rage on, as regulated workers once again have called on local authorities to remove unlicensed vendors from their territory. Authorities have begun removing unlicensed vendors from public beaches like the Tulum National park beach, and the Punta Piedra area. Tulum beach, as it’s sometimes commonly …

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Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Tulum Being Overrun By Seaweed

Multiple beaches in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum and the rest of the Riviera Maya continue to see the foul smelling seaweed known as sargassum piling up on their shores. The situation has gotten so severe that authorities have launched a special service to inform tourists about the levels of sargassum on local beaches on …

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Cancun Deploys More Military Security To Region After Recent Crime Wave

In a recent appearance, the governor of Quintana Roo Carlos Joaquin Gonzalez announced that his administration has asked the federal government for help to increase the military security presence in and around Cancun. This time around the governor did not reveal exactly how many military units would be deployed to the city. This news comes …

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TikTok User Goes Viral Over $150 Basic Breakfast In Tulum

Tulum isn’t necessarily known for being one of the cheapest travel destinations in Mexico. In fact, out of the main cities that people visit in the state of Quintana Roo it has the highest prices for hotels, food and taxis. TikTok vlogger “Tania Loves” found this out the hard way after she and her friends …

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Cancun Continues To Be The Most Visited Destination In Mexico

Cancun hotels are currently 81.2% booked up by 5% compared to the occupancy levels registered last week. These high occupancy numbers are not necessarily a staple of this time of year in the beach city. With the number of rooms that are currently occupied in Cancun, it’s once again the busiest tourist destination in Mexico …

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Cancun Launches New Security Measures For Restaurants And Bars

Various shootings resulting in the deaths of multiple people including a bar security staff member in Cancun lead to an emergency meeting held by local police on Sunday. After the meeting the head of Public Security in Cancun held a press conference with members of the armed forces, including marines and military personnel, as well …

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Don’t Expect Your Cancun Hotel Staff To Speak English As Employee Shortage Continues

Cancun businesses that cater to the needs of tourists like restaurants, and hotels have always made an effort to ensure that their staff members speak English. However, with the pandemic many of the tourism industry workers that originally hailed from other parts of Mexico returned to their hometowns. Doing so in an effort to cut …

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Masks Will Still Be Required At Cancun International Airport

In spite of the fact that the governor of the state of Quintana Roo, where Cancun is located, has removed the mask mandate in both open and closed spaces within the state, the Cancun airport is still running on the previous guidelines. Security guards stationed at all of the airport’s terminals continue to remind tourists …

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Cancun Hotels Almost Fully Booked For First Week Of July

Hotels in Cancun, and other parts of the Riviera Maya are expected to be almost fully booked for the first week of July. Some hotels in the region are already set to put up no vacancy signs for that particular week as tourists have flocked to book their trips in advance. The president of the …

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Wait Times At Cancun Airport Immigration Have Gone Down Considerably

Wait times at immigration in the Cancun airport have been an issue throughout the entire year. Back in March tourists reported that they had spent north of 2 hours in line to be able to effectively enter the country. The most time that people have waited in recent dates is down to an hour. This …

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