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Cancun Moves To Low Risk Green Zone As Cases Decline Rapidly

It’s the news everyone’s been waiting for. After months of fluctuating between orange and yellow status on the epidemiological traffic light system, Cancun has finally been given the green light after Quintana Roo Governor Carlos Joaquin announced the northern section of the state will move from a yellow epidemiological light to green starting Monday 11 …

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Cancun Shatters September Visitor Records

Last month Cancun shattered visitor records for September. Even pre-pandemic numbers were broken which is a great sign for travelers and the tourism industry. According to ASUR (the airport’s managing company), over 1.61 million tourists arrived at Cancun’s international airport in September 2021. This was almost a 5% increase from the busiest September recorded back in 2019 when …

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The Coba Archaeological Zone Has Re-Opened After A Recent Covid-19 Exposure

After being closed due to a Covid-19 exposure, The Coba Archaeological Zone re-opened once again on August 15th. Since the Covid-19 pandemic shook the world in 2020, many things have changed. One of those big changes has been the implementation of a number of policies and protocols that are intended to keep people safe. A …

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The Yucatan Peninsula’s Ancient Cobá Archaeological Zone Is Closed Until Further Notice

Due to confirmed cases of Covid-19 with associates of the Cobá Archaeological zone, the location is now closed to the public until further notice. Only 7 days after reopening to the public from July 30th – August 4th for sanitization and tracing due to another positive Covid-19 case, The Cobá Archaeological zone is once again …

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Delta Variant Causes Spike In Cancun COVID Infections

The Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus is causing a third wave in some of Mexico’s biggest tourist destinations, including Cancun. COVID-19 has hit Mexico hard over the last 18 months. After the first confirmed cases in late February 2020, there was an initial downplaying of the potential impact on Mexico. However, Cancun and the …

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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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Cruise Ships Have Officially Arrived Back To The Mexican Caribbean

After over 1 year of being unable to set sail due to the global Covid-19 pandemic, The pristine waters of the Mexican Caribbean has finally had its first cruise ship dock with over 1000 passengers onboard.  The Celebrity Edge cruise ship docked in Mahahual on the Costa Maya on June 29 with 1,100 excited passengers …

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Cozumel Cruises To Return In Summer 2021 Despite Opposition To New Cruise Dock

Covid caused mass-shutdown for the cruise industry in 2020. However, with restrictions easing and some sense of normality beginning to return. Mexico is a hugely popular destination for cruises, with almost 9 million visitors arriving via cruise ships in 2019. The Mexican Caribbean is home to the most popular ports, with two-thirds of the country’s …

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New Restrictions Added For Cancun And Tourism Hotspots In Quintana Roo

Due to an increase in Covid-19 transmissions, Governor Carlos Joaquin has added additional restrictions for Cancun, Tulum and Playa del Carmen in order to reduce the spread of the virus. While Covid related deaths have been lower in recent weeks, the Governor felt it was crucial to increase safety measures in order to prevent further …

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