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In recent weeks, Mexican National Guard Units have been stationed at the main entrance to the Tulum Archaeological Zone to protect tourists from potential cases of fraud and harassment. The aim is to prevent people, known locally as “jaladores” or “pullers,” from pestering tourists entering the zone with offers for tours of services. While tours …

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Cancun has led the nation of Mexico with the amount of National Guard troops in place to protect tourists. These troops (a total of 1,125) were stationed in Cancun after being deployed to the tourist hotspot to protect visitors during Easter, one of the busiest tourist seasons. More than 7,000 National Guard members patrolled the …

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If you’re on the hunt for your next watering hole or in pursuit of a beach club on Tulum’s beachfront anytime soon, it might be worth noting a couple of things before heading there. The Santa Fe Beach Club, located in Tulum’s National Park in the state of Quintana Roo, has recently been placed under …

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New Security Force Was Announced Last Month The New Mexican Tourist Security Battalion officially began work this week in Cancun. The 1500 strong force is dispersed across Tulum, Benito Juárez, Isla Mujeres, Solidaridad, and Puerto Morelos. It is reported that around 750 of them will be patrolling Cancun, with the remaining number split elsewhere.  Originally …

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