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Cancun hotels are quickly filling up as millions of travelers visit the tropical destination for their summer vacations. Americans are especially keen on vacationing at the popular destination, and they make up 6 out of every 10 visitors in the area. Meanwhile, hotel bookings show no signs of stopping despite rising prices. Cancun and the …

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Although there are several airports in Quintana Roo, Cancun International Airport is the most popular point of entry for tourists headed to the Mexican Caribbean. Transit times from Cancun airport to popular Mexican Caribbean destinations such as Playa del Carmen or Isla Mujeres vary greatly based on the time of your arrival, as well as …

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Swimming with whale sharks is a highlight for many tourists that visit Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean. Although solitary creatures, hundreds of whale sharks congregate in the warm waters of the Caribbean sea area each year to feed on plankton. Swimming alongside these gentle giants is a bucket-list experience for many tourists. We’ve chosen a …

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Everyone loves an island paradise and the Mexican Caribbean is home to some of the best island living around. Isla Mujeres is directly off the Cancun mainland, and Cozumel can be found a few miles out from the Playa del Carmen shoreline. But in the battle of the islands, is Isla Mujeres or Cozumel better? …

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Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean are heading into a period of peak sargassum levels, in which the greatest amounts of the mostly harmless but smelly seaweed wash up on local beaches. Late July to late August sees the highest quantities of sargassum on Mexican Caribbean shores as authorities ramp up efforts to keep beaches clean. …

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Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean are seeing record numbers of international travelers as people flock to the popular location for their summer holidays. With approximately 400,000 daily visitors in the state, Quintana Roo is welcoming more tourists than at any point in its history. Meanwhile, hotel occupancy rates are also projected to remain record-high over …

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The world-famous hotel brand Selina signed a contract with the company GigNet that will provide high-speed internet by optic fiber for all five hotels on the Riviera Maya coast. The hotels are in Isla Mujeres, Downtown Cancun, Cancun Hotel Zona (Zona Hotelera), Playa del Carmen and Tulum. All these places are the utmost touristic hotspots …

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Playa Del Carmen, Tulum, And Isla Mujeres Also Get Recognition  Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean highlighted their popularity once more as Cancun, and several other Quintana Roo destinations were ranked on TripAdvisor’s 2022 best destination list. Cancun pulled in the highest honors, being named the best city in the world for sun-seekers. The yearly Trip …

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Hotels in Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean are worried about the growing number of illegal vacation rentals in the area. Although tourists may find good deals on online platforms like Airbnb, the hospitality industry says that many properties operate on the black market, avoiding strict health and safety requirements. Some estimates put the number of …

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Cancun has always been an inviting destination for many types of travelers. Backpackers, family, friends, groups, and digital nomads. It has always been a hotspot for solo travelers, but after the post-pandemic travel boom, the sandy beaches of the Yucatan peninsula are again growing in popularity. Cancun is one of the most accessible places to …

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