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200 Navy Officers Deployed In Mexican Caribbean To Prevent Crime

More than 200 Officers from the Mexican Navy are being deployed to the Mexican Caribbean shortly to prevent crime and ensure the safety of millions of tourists and residents. High crime rates and macabre headlines this year have led many to wonder whether visiting the area is safe, but authorities have reassured visitors that much …

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Mexico Sends National Guard To Country’s Top Mayan Attraction To Keep Tourists Safe

Mexican Government officials have unveiled new plans to deploy troops to several of the country’s significant Maya attractions as part of its commitment to protecting tourists. The move is part of a wider effort to bolster security, especially in tourist hotspots, as millions of travelers flock to the Mexican Caribbean in search of sun, beach, …

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Despite Recent Worries, Cancun Is Safer Than Most Places In Mexico

Despite recent worries from travelers and those in the travel industry alike, recently published information has shown that Cancun is safer than most other destinations in Mexico. The revelation comes amidst a worrying backdrop of high-profile crime incidents, including murder, theft, and drug dealing, and is likely to go some way towards easing the fears …

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Top 10 Safety Tips For Your Next Trip To Cancun And The Mexican Caribbean

Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean are among the world’s most visited destinations, with some 25 million people visiting the region through Cancun airport alone. Despite its reputation for organized crime and drug trafficking, the Mexican Caribbean is a safe destination for visitors, although travelers should keep a few things in mind throughout their trip. We’ve …

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3000 Soldiers Sent To Cancun To Protect Tourists And High Crime Areas

The Mexican government has sent more than 3000 soldiers to patrol popular tourist areas around the Mexican Caribbean. The move is a part of authorities’ continued efforts to fight organized crime, a major issue facing Cancun and other resort destinations. After a successful – and mostly safe – summer season, officials want to continue to …

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Cancun Remains At Level 2 Travel Advisory Headed Into The Fall

The U.S Department of State has issued a new travel advisory for travelers headed to Mexico promoted by rising crime rates in the country. Cancun and the state of Quintana Roo remain at a level 2 advisory, meaning that travelers should exercise increased precaution. Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean are overall safe destinations, and the …

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Government Launches ‘Safe Beach’ Operation To Protect Tourists Over Summer 

The Mexican Caribbean is gearing up for a record-breaking summer season as millions of visitors are expected to flock to the area’s beaches and resorts. The government is also preparing for the massive influx of people and has launched a new security operation to prevent tourists from being targeted by organized crime groups and other …

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Authorities Urge Tourists Against Walking At Night Due To Increased Crime Rate In Cancun

The safety of tourists visiting Cancun and other popular locations in Quintana Roo remains a major concern. According to recent data published by the National Secretary for Security, the safety situation in Quintana Roo streets hasn’t improved. In fact, statistics show that robbery, which mainly affects pedestrians during night time, is on the rise. As …

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Cancun Deploys More Military Security To Region After Recent Crime Wave

In a recent appearance, the governor of Quintana Roo Carlos Joaquin Gonzalez announced that his administration has asked the federal government for help to increase the military security presence in and around Cancun. This time around the governor did not reveal exactly how many military units would be deployed to the city. This news comes …

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Cancun Issues New Warnings For Tourists Regarding Beaches 

With the busy holiday season already underway, Cancun has issued new warnings to help keep tourists safe while visiting the area’s beaches. Millions of tourists are expected in the premier tourist destination in the coming weeks. With the rise in the number of people that will be on the beaches in the city during this time, it …

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