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Over 10,000 vaccines are expected to arrive in Quintana Roo this week. The news comes as the province recently expressed concern to the Federal Secretariat of Health for the unfair distribution of vaccine supply after the state was left off the latest distribution list for vaccines. The tourism capital of Mexico wants to ensure maximum …

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Cancun and the state of Quintana Roo continues to defy the odds in the face of the pandemic. While most countries around the world are suffering from low international flight numbers, the resort city of Cancun and surrounding tourism hotspots including Cozumel have re-established 55 routes from different cities around the world. In the first …

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Frequent shark sightings in Playa del Carmen led to a beach closure, which then concluded with experts identifying the sighting as “common and without danger”.  Beach entry was temporarily banned in Playa Xcalacoco in northern Playa del Carmen recently due to bull sharks spotted near the shore. In response, biologists from the Saving Our Sharks …

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Construction has officially started on the the section of the Maya Train that will run from the Cancun International Airport to Tulum. The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Quintana Roo Governor, Carlos Joaquin were on location to kick off the project. This part of the route will be fully electric and will …

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Cancun is anticipating a wave of tourists for the upcoming Easter holiday. “We estimate more than 665 thousand tourists this Easter,” said the Secretary of Tourism-Quintana Roo, Marisol Vanegas.  The numbers reflect the destination’s accessibility, as it continues to wholeheartedly welcome tourists at this time. While many countries are closing their borders to American and …

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Aiming to stimulate tourist activity, the renowned Wyndham hotel chain is offering guests up to a 40% discount on hotel and resort stays in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Cozumel, and beyond. The hotel chain currently has 50 locations spread throughout 25 Mexican cities, with the promotion lasting until the end of this year. Cancun’s Wyndham …

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Mexico’s immigration officials announced that after deploying a total of 100 immigration officers to Cancun, international travelers arriving in the resort city will clear immigration in 2 minutes or less. The National Immigration Institute (INM) said in a statement that “The INM is working to maintain and offer rapid service, with quality and warmth.”

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After a hefty eight months composed of investments and remodeling, one of Quintana Roo’s most captivating tourist sites has recently been redeveloped for its large number of frequent visitors. Playa del Carmen is a quaint coastal city located in Mexico. The city features its fifth avenue, which is a tourist staple site that delivers creative …

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Cancun anticipates to receive more visitors from Europe, namely Portugal and Spain, in response to its expansion of flights in the month of March. Mexico’s beautiful city Cancun contains ideal climate and attractive beaches that compel an increasing number of European and international foreigners annually, and as the city opens new flight routes, a surge …

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The Commissioner of the National Institute of Migration (INM), Francisco Garduño Yáñez has promised to add more immigration officers at the Cancun International Airport after photos and videos of long line ups when viral on twitter. The INM has stated that number of immigration agents employed at the Cancun airport will be expanded to over 100 officers …

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