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5 Top Rated Long-term Stays In Playa del Carmen For The Digital Nomad

The current Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the demand for working remotely, what started as a trend has now become the ‘norm’ for many. But why work from the same 4 walls this winter when you could be working from paradise with soft white sand between your toes? Here are 5 top rated long-term stays in …

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Welcome To The Dog Days Of Summer For Quintana Roo

Also known as Canícula, The hottest days of the year are right around the corner for Quintana Roo. Here’s what to expect and some helpful ways to beat the heat! What is ‘Canícula’? Canícula, which many call “The dog days” are the hot, sultry days of summer. Typically lasting 40 days where temperatures are known …

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5 Of The Best Budget All-Inclusive In Cancun

The world of All-Inclusive Cancun hotels can be expensive, but not everyone visiting Cancun has endless dollars to splash. Contrary to popular belief, All-Inclusive resorts aren’t only for the wealthy, and Cancun has some great budget options that may just surprise you.  Although there are plenty of reasons to visit downtown Cancun, most visitors understandably …

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What To Look For When Choosing A Cancun All-Inclusive Hotel

Cancun is blessed with stunning beaches, turquoise ocean, and hot, sunny days. It’s also full to the brim with All-Inclusive resorts. Huge or petite, expensive or a steal, there‘s something here to suit all tastes and pockets. Taking an All-Inclusive break is great – you don’t have to worry about planning, and on arrival, you …

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Fighting Back Against Excessive Sargassum In The Mexican Caribbean

Sargassum has been a problem in major resorts of the Mexican Caribbean for almost a decade. But this summer season is bringing larger quantities than normal to these favorite tourist destinations. Last weekend alone, it was reported that over 2,000 tons of sargassum arrived in Mexican Caribbean coastal resorts.  Each year sees the same battle …

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Construction Of Maya Train’s Northern Section To Begin In October

Work on the northern section of the highly anticipated Maya Train is to begin in October, confirmed Head of the National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism (Fonatur), Rogelio Jiménez Pons this week. This part of the project will see the first of the new railway lines laid between the key tourist destinations of Cancun …

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