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After the pandemic, the traveling industry is again on the rise, with the Mayan Riviera bouncing back with a steady and impressive recovery. More tourists than ever are visiting areas just south of Cancun, like the ultra-popular vacation destination Tulum, which is why investors want to give passengers direct access to the trendy beach town. …

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A Spanish YouTuber says he was stabbed in the leg by a drug dealer while on vacation in Tulum. The 21-year-old Spaniard has shared details about the frightening altercation on his social media accounts. Tulum, a popular resort located in southern Quintana Roo, has garnered worldwide attention in recent months over rising crime rates. The …

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The Mexican Caribbean is not a stranger to the AMR Collection brand, with multiple properties located in and around Cancun and the Riviera Maya, and now two more properties are on their way.  The two new Secrets resorts are already in the works, with one scheduled to open at the end of this year and …

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As of last Friday, the City Council of Tulum stated its intention to implement a new set of rules for clubs and bars. The new rules state that all bars and clubs must refrain from playing loud music by 12 am at night, creating a huge issue for international travelers looking to party in the …

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This month, sargassum levels in Cancun and Quintana Roo are predicted to drop rapidly. Monitoring by the state’s Secretary of the Navy of Mexico (Semar) has shown that no massive arrivals of the seaweed are expected to arrive on Cancun’s shores from this week onwards. This is a huge relief for tourists looking to visit …

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The state of Quintana Roo has only recorded one kidnapping case this year, despite the U.S Government issuing a travel warning regarding this issue. This comes after Oscar Montes de Oca ( the head of the Quintana Roo Attorney General’s Office) confirmed that no other kidnapping attempts had been documented by authorities. The U.S State …

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This week, a new sargassum barrier was completed in Tulum’s National Park. In total, the barrier reaches 2.4km across the beaches of the park at the request of the Secretary of the Navy. The barriers have taken over a month to complete in total, as initial construction occurred in August. Sargassum is the name given …

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Newest Discovery Further Highlights The Rich History And Culture Of The Yucutan Penninsula A prehistoric skeleton dating back at least eight thousand years has been discovered in an underwater cave near Cancun. The discovery is the latest in a slew of significant finds in the Yucutan Peninsula in recent months. The skeleton was discovered by …

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Funding Issues Freeze Progress On An Already Hampered Project Construction work on the new Tulum International Airport has been temporarily paused due to funding problems. No date has been given on the project’s restart. In what will be a major blow to the tourist industry in Quintana Roo, the eagerly anticipated airport will now no …

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