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The once sleepy fishing village of Tulum has grown at a dizzying rate over the past 10 years, graduating from a little-known backpacker’s paradise into one of the world’s most famous destinations. With the third most popular archaeological site in Mexico at the Tulum ruins, outstanding beaches, big-name music festivals, and an ever-increasing number of …

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Throughout the Mexican Caribbean, there has been an unwelcome issue to contend with for over 10 years now, one that has affected many travelers’ ability to fully enjoy the kind of beach vacation that millions arrive each year to enjoy. Sargassum has been a news cycle fixture across the whole of the Caribbean each spring …

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Officials in the historical hotspot of Tulum are gearing up to open one of the most exciting attractions in the city to date. Tulum’s new Jaguar Park is the latest addition to the city’s growing list of historical, cultural, and nature attractions and will officially open this April.  The inauguration of the Maya Train later connection this …

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A warning was issued last week to tourists after the arrival of a dangerous marine species was found in the waters and coastline of the Mexican Caribbean.  Known as the Portuguese Man o’ War, this poisonous jellyfish-like creature was found in the warm waters of Cozumel and Playa del Carmen, much to the dismay of …

Read More about Tourists On This Beach Near Cancun Urged To Be Cautious Amid Dangerous Marine Life Presence

The U.S. Embassy & Consulates In Mexico department has issued a warning for all U.S. travelers visiting Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean this spring. This is done in the spirit of protecting every American while on vacation and with the express purpose of providing useful and up-to-date information that empowers U.S. citizens to enjoy the …

Read More about U.S. Issues Warning For All Travelers Headed To Cancun & Mexican Caribbean This Spring

For the past two months, the Maya Train has been running services for tourists and locals throughout the Yucatan Peninsula.  After dealing with delayed openings, cancellations, and even protests, the Maya Train seems to finally be finding its footing somewhat, with its next section between Cancun and Playa del Carmen due to be inaugurated on …

Read More about Maya Train Vs. Ado Bus: Which Is Better For Tourists?

Despite the sunny and hot reputation of the Mexican Caribbean, even this beautiful corner of the world receives dips in weather. Sometimes, travelers see the clouds roll in, bringing rain showers that put a dampener on even the most committed beach travelers and their sun, sea, and sand plans. Unfortunately, the forecast throughout the month …

Read More about How To Enjoy The Mexican Caribbean When Bad Weather Threatens Your Trip

Despite the winter travel frenzy quieting down, new figures reveal that resorts in Cancun and other hotspots across the Mexican Caribbean are nearly fully sold out this February.  That trend is likely to continue for over a month, culminating with the hectic Easter travel period in late March. With occupancy rates of over 90%, Cancun …

Read More about These Are The Busiest Mexican Caribbean Destinations This Spring According To New Report

One thing that the Mexican Caribbean is in no short supply of is…beautiful hotels.  Over the past couple of years, more and more hotels have been popping up all over Mexico, from boutique stays to luxury, all-star inclusive resorts, and tourists are flocking to the destination more than ever before.  While Cancun remains a number …

Read More about These 4 Mexican Caribbean Hotels Are Among The Best In The Country According To Travel Experts 

Travelers to Cozumel and Playa del Carmen are being warned of the presence of one of the ocean’s most famous and dangerous inhabitants, which has chosen the warm waters of the Mexican Caribbean to spend its winter in. Thankfully, it isn’t sharks or the mythological Kraken that travelers need to keep an eye out for, …

Read More about Tourists Urged Practice Caution On Mexican Caribbean Beaches Amid Dangerous Marine Life Presence