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Quintana Roo Remains Restriction-Free As The Easter Holidays Approaches Cancun and the rest of Quintana Roo are set to spend yet another week in the safe green zone on Mexico’s epidemiological traffic light system. The announcement means the popular seaside resort will begin in April with no restrictions. The Governor of Quintana Roo, Carlos Joaquin, …

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As Much As 40% of Flights Affected By The Trucker Protest And New Bottlenecks Have Formed Since Protests continuing in Cancun and across Mexico are having a heavy effect on the tourist experience in Quintana Roo. As many as 40% of flights through Cancun International Airport were affected by the protests. According to reports, more …

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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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The transporters union which is made up mostly truck drivers from across the country staged a nationwide protest at the beginning of the week. The truckers’ union decided to literally park trucks in main avenues, and highways across the country. Causing massive traffic jams in multiple Mexican cities. The Cancun region was not exempt from …

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Further Steps Towards Normality For Popular Resort Town Seven popular Cancun beaches will have all of their COVID restrictions removed and their operating hours extended beginning in April. The move marks another exciting step towards pre-pandemic tourism for the region. The beaches in Cancun and beyond have been subject to restrictions for the last two …

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Mexican marine forces have been deployed to Cancun beaches to keep the areas safe during the spring break peak season. This was something that was actually requested by local business owners around the main Cancun beaches. As they potentially wanted to keep their businesses safe from both organized crime, and intoxicated spring breakers. Now the …

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22-Year-Old American Tourist Died In A Private Clinic Despite Efforts To Revive Her A 22-year-old American woman died in Cancun this week after efforts to save her from drowning failed. The woman was pronounced dead at a private clinic. Reports are still forthcoming as to the exact cause of death, but according to most sources, …

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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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Thinking about going for a swim in your upcoming Cancun vacation? About 99.9% of folks who head over to Cancun for vacation will at some point find themselves swimming in a pool. According to local experts though, there’s a chance that the pool could be filled with bacteria. There are actual legal standards that regulate …

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First Major Deposit Is A Concern For Tourists And Businesses The first major deposit of sargassum arrived in Playa del Carmen and several other popular tourist spots including Tulum on Friday night. It’s estimated that around eighty tonnes of the unpleasant seaweed were left on the beaches. Tourists and hoteliers woke on Saturday morning to …

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