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The popularity of Tulum continues to skyrocket and is often being referred to as the next Bali. As it stands now, the only way to get to Tulum is to arrive at the Cancun International Airport and take the hour and a half drive south. Traveling to Tulum is about to become a whole lot easier …

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Following a tumultuous year brought forth by the global pandemic, Cancun remains a leading international travel destination in 2021. Tourism continues to thrive in the Mexican Caribbean, drawing hundreds of thousands of tourists each month. In effect, hotel occupancy in the city has recently boomed. The travel industry of Quintana Roo is constantly improving as …

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Cancun, the northern pillar of Mexico’s Riviera Maya, is concentrating on infrastructure development this year while launching new hotels, condominium complexes, and tourist attractions. Recently, the city has been actively moving forward with the development of mixed condominium complexes. The concept of high-rise buildings merged with commercial units is a key focus for Cancun’s infrastructure …

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Cancun will be hosting its first annual International Boat Show and Marine Expo this summer. The marquee event is set for July 16 – 18 at the eminent Marina Puerto Cancun. Globally renowned for its nautical lifestyle, Cancun is undoubtedly an ideal destination for a boat show. The Caribbean venue is high on water sports …

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The Governor of Quintana Roo has announced an easing of restrictions for Cancun, Playa Del Carmen and Tulum as the Mexican Caribbean prepares for an influx of travelers for spring break. State governor Carlos Joaquin announced that the state epidemiological light will change from orange to yellow which allows for more occupancy at hotels, restaurants …

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The U.S. Embassy and Consulates in Mexico have issued a new health alert for Americans traveling to Mexico. While over the last year most alerts have come in the form of warnings regarding the growing Covid-19 crisis, this announcement came as welcome news for those headed to Mexico. The alert was issued by the U.S. …

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Hotel occupancy plummeted across Mexico’s beach destinations in January. According to data published by the Ministry of Tourism, Los Cabos hotel occupancy was down the least when compared with other popular beach destinations in Mexico including Puerto Vallarta and Cancun. Los Cabos registered a 44.1% drop in hotel occupancy when compared to same the same …

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The severe weather conditions which have swept the U.S. and caused disruptions in the power grid have stretched their reach to Mexico, with Cancun also reported to suffer from blackouts. The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) has released a report stating that in Cancun, service of electricity was temporarily suspended in at least five regions. The …

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Over the last 10 years young ‘spring breakers’ have dropped in Cancun by 90%. A decade ago, Cancun was the hip place to be for students looking to let off steam for spring break. Over 120,000 young spring breakers would converge on Cancun and party. According to the Director of the Quintana Roo Tourism Promotion …

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