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The Riviera Maya doesn’t come up short in terms of luxury accommodation, whether in the many beachfront resorts that line the hotel zone or the huge number of Airbnb rentals dotted throughout the states of Quintana Roo and Yucatan. With that being said, the royal standards offered by Maya Luxe villas make even the most …

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It looks like Cancun and other well-known tourist hotspots of Riviera Maya are setting themselves up to be an even safer destination for travelers ahead of the arrival of Spring Break. Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa has stated that security measures are being put in place ahead of the upcoming busy Spring Break period, and this …

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St. Regis is the latest hotel brand to open their doors in the Riviera Maya after debuting a new resort that’s the perfect blend of both luxury and nature earlier this week. One of the biggest, most recognizable names in luxury hotels, St. Regis will be bringing its usual touches of class and quality to …

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With sargassum expected to wash up on Mexican Caribbean shores in record amounts this year, travelers are planning for the worst. For a growing number of visitors, cenotes, or freshwater lagoons, are turning out to be the perfect alternative to sargassum-filled beaches. Shielded from smelly seaweed and seawater critters, cenotes are both beautiful and calming. …

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If you are planning a trip to the beautiful Riviera Maya this month – you may want to get your vacation accommodation sorted as soon as possible, with reports indicating that hotels in the area are nearly full at the start of March. According to the State Secretariat of Tourism (Sedetur), during the same week, …

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It’s no doubt that Chichen Itza is up there as one of the most awe-inspiring and fascinating archeological sites not only in Mexico; but in the world. It is renowned for being one of the infamous new seven wonders of the world – once an important hub of Mayan civilization and now an incredible archaeological …

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Cancun and its parent state Quintana Roo have seen a recent surge in dengue fever. It is now the state with the highest concentration of cases of this mosquito-borne illness. Additionally, the neighboring state of Yucatán, home to Chichen Itza and the beautiful city of Mérida, is close behind in cases and places the two …

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The most up-to-date report from the Mexican secretary of the navy states that the Riviera Maya could see up to 3 feet of sargassum buildup this week alone. This is more unwelcome news for travelers on this topic, with the situation showing no signs of letting up in the near future. It is estimated that …

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For nature lovers, one of the most beloved things to do on a vacation to the Mexican Caribbean is to go and swim in the same waters as sea turtles. These beautiful, marine-bound reptiles can be found nesting and then consequently hatching along the coast of the Mayan Riviera, from Cancun down to the small …

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The long-awaited news has arrived, so get ready to explore Mexico in a brand new light, and it’s going to be as early as this year… The Maya Train is finally happening – it’s official. At President López Obrador’s press conference on Monday, February 27, Tren Maya Director General, Óscar Lozano, stated that “we are …

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