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Riviera Maya’s Nickelodeon Hotel & Resort Is Now Open

The day has finally arrived where Nickelodeon Hotel & Resort in the Riviera Maya has opened after months of delays due to the pandemic. On August 1st 2021, SpongeBob and friends welcomed their first guests with open arms. This exciting resort has everything for you and your family to run away for some fun in …

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Welcome To The Dog Days Of Summer For Quintana Roo

Also known as Canícula, The hottest days of the year are right around the corner for Quintana Roo. Here’s what to expect and some helpful ways to beat the heat! What is ‘Canícula’? Canícula, which many call “The dog days” are the hot, sultry days of summer. Typically lasting 40 days where temperatures are known …

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Quintana Roo Hotel Expansion Expects To Reach 120,000 Rooms By The End Of 2021

5,000 new rooms in the Mexican Caribbean will be built by the end of 2021, raising the numbers to 120,000. This hotel expansion is going to bring some fresh and exciting things for travelers to enjoy. Marisol Vanegas Pérez, the Secretary of Tourism of Quintana Roo has stated that since 2020, the number of rooms …

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Tulum Archeological Site Closed After Employee Tests Positive

The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) has confirmed that starting on May 9th 2021 the Archeological Zone of Tulum will be closed until further notice due to a positive case of Covid-19. “In light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic all necessary measures must be taken to keep everyone safe, especially when there has …

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Seaweed Season Will Arrive in Cancun Within 2 Weeks

Sargassum which is a brown type of seaweed will arrive on the coasts of Quintana Roo in the next 15 days with low density reported the Sargassum Technical Advisory Council of Quintana Roo. The council is made up of scientists and specialists that advise the the three levels of government on forecasts, management and collection of …

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Cancun Expected To Enter Low Covid Risk Green Zone

Currently classified as a ‘yellow’ zone in terms of COVID-19 contagion and cases, the state of Quintana Roo is making its way towards the green zone following recent progress in controlling transmission. Over the past two days, the state registered zero deaths and a decrease in new daily cases. Governor Carlos Joaquín expands on the …

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Hotel Xcaret Arte Opening in Playa del Carmen this July

This summer, Grupo Xcaret has prepared to reveal its newest resort, located in the Playa del Carmen mega complex. The luxurious all-inclusive, adults only resort offers its tourists 900 suites, seven prestige restaurants, a spa, five cultural experiences as well as numerous pools and convention centers. Hotel Xcaret Arte will have 10 bars and lounges …

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Quintana Roo Says 1.5 Million Tourism Workers Will Soon Be Vaccinated

1.5 million tourism workers will soon be vaccinated, says Quintana Roo governor Carlos Joaquin. As tourism in the country escalates, especially in Cancun and Riviera Maya, Mexico is prioritizing health and safety bylaws by acquiring vaccines for its tourism workers. In regards to accelerating the vaccination campaign, the state governor said: “To take care of …

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Mexico’s President Forecasts Tourism Recovery In Cancun By Summer

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador estimates that within the next three months, tourist activity in Quintana Roo will recover to pre-pandemic numbers. Although the Mexican Caribbean is doing remarkably well under given circumstances – mainly due to its leniency in entry requirements – tourism rates in Mexico’s travel capital have been partly compromised due …

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