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Travelers to Playa del Carmen are thinking small for their spring holiday beach vacation getaways this year. In fact, many of the popular boutique resort hotels in the popular Mexican Caribbean travel hotspot are projected to be sold out for the very busy peak spring holiday travel period. No Room at the Inn The trend …

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Spring is finally here, and for the Mexican Caribbean, this only means one thing –  high season is back. But spring also marks the start of the dreaded sargassum season, typically spanning from April to September. Tons of the macroalgae wash up on the shores of Cancun and the Riviera Maya each year, turning beach …

Read More about Mexican Navy Deploys 30+ Ships to Fight Cancun’s Sargassum Crisis

Beaches in Cancun are currently in splendid condition according to a new report by Quintana Roo’s environmental agency as sargassum levels remain unusually low despite the start of the seaweed season. As a precautionary measure, local officials have intensified cleaning efforts amid reports that sargassum levels could increase drastically over the coming weeks. Although largely …

Read More about Cancun Beaches In Excellent Condition This Spring As Officials Step Up Sargassum Cleaning Efforts

As Tulum continues to skyrocket in popularity with travelers thanks to its historical and natural beauty, officials are stepping up efforts to make sure travelers respect the destination’s delicate cultural & ecological value. From littering to bringing food & drink into restricted areas, there are a number of rules that a growing number of travelers …

Read More about Tulum Travelers Urged To Follow These New Rules When Visiting This Popular Attraction

Just as predicted, the Mexican Caribbean is off to another blinding start of the year, welcoming huge numbers of tourists to the destination.  During the first week of March alone, a couple of weeks out of the spring break period, 538,000 visitors arrived in Quintana Roo, proving that its popularity shows no sign of slowing …

Read More about Mexican Caribbean Welcomes Half A Million Tourists In One Week As Destination Soars In Popularity

According to the Secretary of Security for the Solidarity government of Playa del Carmen, Raúl Tassinari, the popular coastal destination is intensifying safety measures to protect travelers this year amid skyrocketing demand for the coastal hotspot. Home to some of the most popular beaches in the Mexican Caribbean, Playa del Carmen is one of the leading …

Read More about Playa Del Carmen Ramps Up Safety Measures To Protect Tourists

The Easter holiday season is upon us once again, which means one thing for the Mexican Caribbean—lots and lots of tourists.  As many emerge from the cold winter months in search of some well-needed sun and respite, popular tourist hotspots like Playa del Carmen begin to ramp up security measures in an attempt to give …

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The Mexican Caribbean is home to a collection of truly stunning destinations, from hidden gems like Bacalar and Akumal to world-renowned hotspots such as Playa del Carmen and Tulum. However, three hotspots, in particular, have been recently gaining traction with travelers: Cancun, Puerto Morelos, and Isla Mujeres. During the weekend of the first week of …

Read More about These Are The 3 Busiest Destinations In The Mexican Caribbean Right Now

Travelers planning to enjoy the stunningly beautiful island of Cozumel now have more options than ever to get there with the announcement that the Xcaret Xailing ferries are finally in operation, with an extensive timetable providing visitors with a high level of convenience. This marks another big milestone for tourism transport in the Mexican Caribbean. …

Read More about Playa Del Carmen Tourists Now Have A New Ferry Option For Reaching Cozumel

Although Cancun remains by far the top choice for millions of travelers headed to the Mexican Caribbean, a number of smaller destinations south of the busy hotspot are starting to see their occupancy rates skyrocket ahead of the launching of the Maya Train. That’s according to new projections by local hotel associations, who have noted …

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