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Cancun Closes Streets As State Is On The Brink Of Business Closures

Cancun will be closing streets and strictly enforcing Covid-19 prevention measures after cases continue to surge in the resort city. The Governor of Quintana Roo has warned that the entire state is on the brink of a ‘Red Light’ warning level which will close all non-essential businesses. Visitors should keep in mind that tourism is …

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7 Adventures To Experience In Cozumel For 2021

Over the past weeks there has been a steady increase of flights available for travelers to Cozumel. This is a positive indication that international travel is ramping back up which is great news for the island. While visiting the island, there are incredible tours and experiences for travelers to enjoy. Here are 7 highly rated …

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United Airlines Opens More Doors To Cozumel

Thanks to United Airlines, the first of many direct flights from Los Angeles to Cozumel has recently landed on the island. On Saturday May 8th 2021 Cozumel International Airport received the first flight of United Airlines passengers flying direct from Los Angeles to Cozumel, This will be a regular scheduled flight moving forward.  Mayor Elías …

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Cancun Sets New Record For Highest Number Of Cases

Cancun has once again set new records for the highest numbers of Covid-19 cases since the pandemic began. The governor of Quintana Roo, Carlos Joaquín announced at a press conference that Benito Juárez, where Cancún is located is peaking at its highest levels yet. “The Cancun area has the highest peak in the entire history …

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Cancun Could See Increased Restrictions As Cases Surge

Quintana Roo Governor, Carlos Joaquín has warned that the state could see increased restrictions and be forced to return to an orange warning level as cases continue to surge in both Cancun and Tulum. If the current trend continues to rise, the state will revert back to orange beginning the first week of May. The …

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How To Pay The New Cancun Tourism Tax Required For All Visitors

All international visitors to the state of Quintana Roo which includes Cancun, Playa Del Carmen and Tulum must pay a new tourist tax effective April 1, 2021. The new fee called Visitax will cost 224 pesos (USD $11) per visitor and must be paid before boarding your departure flight. Here is all the information regarding …

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Royal Caribbean Cruises Will Return To Cozumel In June

Cozumel mayor Pedro Joaquín Delbouis has announced in a press release that Royal Caribbean will return to the island of Cozumel in June. The cruise line announced that sailings will resume June 12 from Nassau, Bahamas to Mexico with a port stop in Cozumel. “There have been months of a lot of work. We have …

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Seaweed Season Will Arrive in Cancun Within 2 Weeks

Sargassum which is a brown type of seaweed will arrive on the coasts of Quintana Roo in the next 15 days with low density reported the Sargassum Technical Advisory Council of Quintana Roo. The council is made up of scientists and specialists that advise the the three levels of government on forecasts, management and collection of …

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Cancun Hotel Association Asks State To Delay Tourist Fee Until 2022

The Cancun Hotel Association is asking the state government of Quintana Roo to delay the new tourist tax until January, 2022. Beginning April 1, international visitors to the state of Quintana Roo which includes Cancun, Playa Del Carmen, Cozumel and Tulum will begin paying a new tourist tax. State officials have said the new fee …

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Digital Nomad Community Booming in the Mexican Caribbean

As the pandemic-era workforce shifts to remote work practices, the Quintana Roo Tourism Council has reported an increase in digital nomads relocating to the Mexican Caribbean.  Mexico’s relaxed entry requirements, relatively lenient restrictions, and attractive climate already make it an ideal location for travelers. More recently, enhanced office accommodations and growing remote-work communities in the …

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