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Cozumel is a perfect Caribbean and Mexican-style island off the coast of Playa del Carmen. It has maintained its local charm, even though it’s one of the largest ports in Mexico. All-inclusive resorts are an excellent option for an island like Cozumel, known for its natural beauty. Here’s a list of the top 7 all-inclusive …

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There are plenty of reasons why Playa del Carmen receives more than two million visitors a year. These are the top ten best things to do and see in Playa del Carmen, a fascinating city located in Quintana Roo, in the heart of the Mayan Riviera. Visit the Cenotes The Mayan Rivera has more than …

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Quintana Roo has been living under stage 1 of the ‘low-risk’ green traffic light system for a few weeks now. But case levels have continued to drop, meaning that from Monday 29 November, stage 2 of the green epidemiological system will come into force. Tourists can expect a busy holiday season as the most drastic …

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Chichen Itza is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the Mayan Riviera, but Cozumel has great sites too! If you’re a history buff and are looking to travel to some of the Caribbean’s most awe-inspiring archeological sites, then exploring the Mayan ruins near Cozumel is a must. Here’s the complete guide of the …

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Are you planning a day trip to Cozumel? If you’re visiting the Riviera Maya, Cozumel is the perfect day trip during your stay. Here are the top places you can explore to make your trip extraordinary on Mexico’s largest island in the Caribbean Sea. How to get to Cozumel The Island of Cozumel is located …

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Governor Carlos Joaquín announced that Quintana Roo will be home to over 1400 permanent soldiers who primary purpose will be to protect tourists From Cancun to Tulum. The new army security battalion has been provided by the Mexican Federal Government and will be setting up an army base on a strip of land provided by …

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Airports and cruise ship ports across the Yucatán Peninsula have been seeing pre-pandemic numbers when it comes to how many flights, cruise ships, and guests have been received as of late. A clear indication that tourism is once again booming. The Cancun international airport just recently got through its first month with more flights than …

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The current sargassum seaweed reality along the coastlines of Quintana Roo has drastically improved in comparison to earlier this year. Since the start of March 2021, over 43,300 tons of sargassum have been collected from beaches in Quintana Roo.  The Mexican Navy Secretariat (Semar) recently reported that none of the state’s seven beach municipalities are …

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If there’s one thing that all Mexican Caribbean islands have in common, it’s definitely the mind-blowing beauty. And while many like to visit the more popular islands like Isla Mujeres and Cozumel – Many overlook the small but mighty landmass of Isla de la Pasión (‘Passion Island’). Here’s everything you need to know about visiting …

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