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Mexico Officials Meet With U.S. Over Travel Advisories For Popular Tourist Destinations

D.C Conference Was Designed To Reinstall Faith In The Mexican Caribbean Despite Recent Violence  A recent meeting between Mexican And United States diplomats sought to ease concerns regarding tourist safety in the Mexican Caribbean. The meeting came in light of multiple security warnings issued by the US government to its citizens. Representing Mexico was Secretary …

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Water Main Break Leaves Cancun Hotel Zone Without Water Temporarily

A recent break in water lines has left more than 130 areas in Cancun without water, including the Cancun Hotel Zone. The break occurred on Friday and at the time it was reported it was unclear as to how long the water supply would be down. Some of the neighborhoods affected by the water line break …

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La Nina’s Intensity Prompts Heavy Hurricane Warnings For Cancun

Quintana Roo Is Set To Continue Its Endless Battle With Nature In 2022 La Niña, one-half of an indicative weather pattern in the Pacific Ocean, has increased its intensity significantly, suggesting that the Mexican Caribbean could be in for a rough hurricane season. Quintana Roo often feels the brunt of heavy hurricanes in the Caribbean. …

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Bus Shortage In Cancun Leave Visitors With Large Groups Waiting For Transportation 

For large groups visiting Cancun together a taxi is not an option, and now with the city facing a bus shortage, visitors with groups of more than three people could be left waiting a while for transportation. The shortage is not only being caused by the increase in the number of tourists visiting the city …

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Missing Australian Mother’s Burnt Out Van Found in Cancun As Daughter Reunited With Family

New Shocking Developments Cast More Doubt On Mother’s Safety The missing person case involving Australian Tahnee Shanks and her young daughter has taken several strange twists in the past few days, casting doubts upon the safety of the woman. Police are following multiple different directions in their investigation. The investigation has taken an even darker …

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Don’t Expect Your Cancun Hotel Staff To Speak English As Employee Shortage Continues

Cancun businesses that cater to the needs of tourists like restaurants, and hotels have always made an effort to ensure that their staff members speak English. However, with the pandemic many of the tourism industry workers that originally hailed from other parts of Mexico returned to their hometowns. Doing so in an effort to cut …

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ADO Tourist Bus Destroyed By Fire Near Cancun

Quintana Roo’s Main Bus Service Suffers Yet Another Disaster This Year An ADO bus service from Cancun to Merida was incinerated this week after a freak accident sent the vehicle up in flames. No passengers were hurt in the ordeal. The first-class service from Cancun to Merida was functioning as normal when it suffered a …

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Masks Will Still Be Required At Cancun International Airport

In spite of the fact that the governor of the state of Quintana Roo, where Cancun is located, has removed the mask mandate in both open and closed spaces within the state, the Cancun airport is still running on the previous guidelines. Security guards stationed at all of the airport’s terminals continue to remind tourists …

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Cancun Tourist Attack Leads To Arrest Of 51 Street Vendors

Tourist Was Threatened At Gun Point By A Street Vendor A tourist reporting they had been threatened by a street vendor in Cancun prompted an absurd police operation that resulted in the arrest of fifty-one vendors. The operation was completed jointly by the police and national guard. According to multiple reports, a tourist was threatened …

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Masks Are No Longer Required In Cancun

Last Of The Pandemic Era Restrictions Disappear in Quintana Roo The mandatory use of face masks in public places has been removed in Cancun and Quintana Roo as of May 10th. The announcement marks the removal of the last of the pandemic era restrictions placed upon the state. Speaking in one of his weekly addresses, …

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