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Tulum Seaweed Barriers Yet To Be Installed While 50 Beaches Record Excessive Sargassum

Poor Weather And Other Factors Have Postponed The Installation By Over A Month Tulum is facing further surges of sargassum seaweed unprotected as the barriers supposed to be installed almost two months ago are pushed back once more. The sargassum deposits this year are potentially the worst in five years. The Mexican Navy has been …

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Unlicensed Vendors Are Being Removed From Tulum Beaches

The conflict over potential clients in Tulum beaches continues to rage on, as regulated workers once again have called on local authorities to remove unlicensed vendors from their territory. Authorities have begun removing unlicensed vendors from public beaches like the Tulum National park beach, and the Punta Piedra area. Tulum beach, as it’s sometimes commonly …

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Brits Abandon Spain In Favor Of Cancun As Brexit Takes Its Toll

The Mexican Caribbean Is An Increasingly Attractive Option For sun-seeking Brits Brits are flocking to the Mexican Caribbean as an old favorite Spain becomes increasingly expensive and complicated to navigate. The trend could see a huge shift in Cancun’s demographic for years to come. Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean have been North American favorites for …

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Major News Outlets Reporting Problems Caused By Tulum’s Unchecked Growth

More Articles Emerge Highlighting Tulum’s Unplanned Growth And The Issues It’s Causing The Region The growth of Tulum, the popular seaside resort town, has drawn further criticism for the environmental, economic, and infrastructural problems created in its wake. The most recent article comes from the Mexican news outlet Noticieros Televisa. Titled The Destruction of Tulum, …

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Cancun Expands Its C5 Surveillance System To Help Protect Tourists

More Than 100 Cancun Businesses Connect With The Police Surveillance System More than one hundred Cancun companies have already contributed their data to the Quintana Roo police force’s C5 security system. The program is only set to grow further in the near future. The C5 security system is an intertwined surveillance network set up by …

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TikTok User Goes Viral Over $150 Basic Breakfast In Tulum

Tulum isn’t necessarily known for being one of the cheapest travel destinations in Mexico. In fact, out of the main cities that people visit in the state of Quintana Roo it has the highest prices for hotels, food and taxis. TikTok vlogger “Tania Loves” found this out the hard way after she and her friends …

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Two New Hilton Hotels Inaugurated In Tulum

Tulum’s Explosive Growth Continues As Hotel Giant Bets On its Success Hotel giant Hilton has inaugurated two new hotels in Tulum this week, marking a further step forward in the fast-growing beach town’s development. The announcement comes just days after several major outlets criticized the town’s infrastructure. The first of the two hotels is the …

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Major U.S. News Outlet Writes Scathing Article On Cancun And Tulum

The Media Giant Picked Holes In Tulum’s Infrastructure, ecological sustainability, and Cancun’s Violence Major news outlet Bloomberg has released a scathing article on Quintana Roo, highlighting the current issues being faced by the state and what it could mean for the future. Cancun and Tulum are the main targets of the critique, examining multiple facets …

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Cancun Hotels Almost Fully Booked For First Week Of July

Hotels in Cancun, and other parts of the Riviera Maya are expected to be almost fully booked for the first week of July. Some hotels in the region are already set to put up no vacancy signs for that particular week as tourists have flocked to book their trips in advance. The president of the …

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New Tulum Airport Will Host Four Million Passengers A Year

Additional Visitors Will Be A Massive Contribution To Quintana Roo The forthcoming Tulum International Airport will have the operational capacity to host four million passengers a year according to the Mexican General Gustavo Vallejo. The airport is slated to be completed by the end of 2023. The statement was made during a press conference on …

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