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Uncollected Sargassum Seaweed Covers Some Tulum Beaches

The Unpleasant Seaweed Has Been Laying On The Shoreline For Two Weeks Some of Tulum’s beaches are covered in sargassum that hasn’t been removed for almost two weeks. The local authorities have been more focused on clearing the hotel beaches than the sandbanks frequented by locals and visitors who prefer a quieter beach. The sargassum …

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Military Soldiers Will Continue Patrolling The Cancun Hotel Zone

If you see military personnel walking around famous tourists spots in the Cancun area do not be alarmed. They are part of the Safe Beach program, and an operation called the red circle. The name red circle actually alludes to the fact that the military officers have encircled the Cancun Hotel zone. They are actively …

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Massage And Jet Ski Tents Being Used For Drug Trafficking On Cancun Beaches

These irregular establishments were making up to 50,000 dollars daily  According to local authorities, drug dealers and criminal organizations were using massage tents as façades to sell drugs in Playa del Carmen and Cancun. The Coordinator of the Citizen Security and Justice Board in Quintana Roo, Marco Erosa Cárdenas, informed during a virtual transmission that …

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The Navy Prepares To Install Sargassum Seaweed Barriers Around Cancun

Sargassum Season Has Already Impacted Several Quintana Roo Beaches The government of Quintana Roo announced this week that the Navy is preparing to install sargassum sea barriers to help protect the state’s beaches. Puerto Morelos will receive the first barrier this week. Quintana Roo Governor, Carlos Joaquin, announced the projects on the state’s communication page, …

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12 Archeological Sites Near Cancun and Tulum Reopen After Two Years

Long-awaited Reopening Marks Another Step Towards Normality in Quintana Roo And Yucatan As many as twelve archeological sites in Quintana Roo have reopened for the first time in two years, coinciding with the arrival of the Spring equinox. The openings mark yet another positive step towards normality in Quintana Roo. Since the beginning of the …

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4 New Resorts Opening In The Mexican Caribbean For 2022

There are hundreds of resorts to choose from in the Mexican Caribbean with new ones regularly being announced. Whether you’re looking for a beachfront ultra-luxe spa resort in Cancun or a jungle resort in Tulum, there is something to meet all tastes in the Mexican Caribbean, a coastal area that includes the resorts of Cancun, …

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Cancun Hotels Request Added Security For Easter Holidays

Hotels and Other Businesses Want Extra Protection As Busy Season Approaches Several business organizations in the Mexican Caribbean are pleading for extra security systems as the busy Easter season rolls in. Increased violence in the region has prompted renewed requests. Quintana Roo has been experiencing a surge in violent crime over the past year. Several …

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Two Female Tourists Have Gone Missing in Tulum

The Attorney General’s Office of the State of Quintana Roo activated this past Friday the Alba protocol to find and locate two women who went missing in the Mexican Caribbean. There are three missing foreign tourists in the state of Quintana Roo, two women in Tulum and a man in Cancun. These are the names …

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Taxi Prices Won’t Go Up In Cancun Despite Rising Fuel Costs

The current conflict between Russia and Ukraine has made oil prices rise considerably in the last few weeks. All things considered, the price of gasoline in Mexico hasn’t skyrocketed. At least not as much as it could have. Currently, gasoline prices in Cancun on average sit at around just under 86.95 pesos per gallon (about …

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2 Tourists Are Missing In Cancun And Tulum

Police Searches Are Underway For Both Unrelated Cases Two tourists visiting Quintana Roo have been reported missing this week, prompting police investigations in Cancun and Tulum. Both cases are unrelated, and no one has been found as of yet. The disappearances are a grave concern for all involved, and it is hoped that a resolution …

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