Upto 1200 Visitors can Swim with Whale Sharks This Season in Cancun
|

Upto 1200 Visitors can Swim with Whale Sharks This Season in Cancun

In a move that promises to enthrall adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts alike, tourism operators in Isla Mujeres, Cancun & Lázaro Cárdenas, Quintana Roo, have announced the launch of guided tours for swimming with whale sharks this season. This remarkable initiative comes as a testament to the region’s commitment to sustainable tourism and conservation efforts….

Hurricane Safety Measures in Cancun – Over 100 Shelters Being Added!
|

Hurricane Safety Measures in Cancun – Over 100 Shelters Being Added!

As hurricane season approaches, Cancun authorities are intensifying efforts to bolster the region’s disaster preparedness. In a recent development, plans are underway to expand the number of hurricane shelters from 67 to 100, a significant enhancement aimed at ensuring the safety and well-being of residents and visitors during times of crisis. The initiative, currently in…

Cancun Set to Submerge Sculptures for New Underwater Tourist Attraction in El Meco

Cancun Set to Submerge Sculptures for New Underwater Tourist Attraction in El Meco

Cancun, Mexico – In a bid to further enhance its allure as a premier tourist destination, the coastal city of Cancun in Quintana Roo, Mexico, is gearing up to sink 21 captivating sculptures in the depths off the coast of El Meco. This ambitious project aims to create a mesmerizing underwater attraction, offering visitors a…

Hurricane Alberto Prompts Urgent Alerts for Travelers to Quintana Roo and Cancun
|

Hurricane Alberto Prompts Urgent Alerts for Travelers to Quintana Roo and Cancun

Quintana Roo, Mexico – As the 2024 hurricane season kicks off, the state of Quintana Roo finds itself bracing for the impact of Hurricane Alberto. The storm’s trajectory has sparked urgent alerts throughout the region, with authorities and residents alike preparing for potentially severe weather conditions. According to reports from Reportur,  the imminent threat of…

Most Visited Beaches in The Mexican Caribbean – As per Travellers

Most Visited Beaches in The Mexican Caribbean – As per Travellers

In the heart of Quintana Roo, where the Mexican Caribbean stretches in all its glory, lies a tale of two beaches that have captured the hearts of travelers worldwide. Isla Mujeres, just off the coast of Cancun, boasts Playa Norte and Playa Centro, while near the vibrant city of Cancun itself, Playa Delfines and Playa…

Sargassum in Cancun? Here’s How Hotels Are Fighting Back!

Sargassum in Cancun? Here’s How Hotels Are Fighting Back!

As the threat of sargassum invasion looms once again, the hotel industry in Cancun is bracing itself to tackle the challenge head-on. With memories of previous years’ battles against the seaweed fresh in mind, stakeholders are implementing proactive measures to mitigate the impact on tourism and the local economy. The sargassum invasion, a recurring phenomenon…

Cancun Ranked #2 Destination for US Travelers – By Expedia

Cancun Ranked #2 Destination for US Travelers – By Expedia

Cancun, Mexico, has secured its position as a dream destination for US travelers, clinching the second spot in Expedia’s latest Summer Outlook report. With its stunning beaches, vibrant culture, and array of attractions, Cancun continues to captivate the hearts of American tourists seeking an unforgettable getaway. Expedia’s Summer Outlook report sheds light on the travel…

Experts Unveil 2024 Hurricane Season Forecast- Concerns for Cancun Travelers

Experts Unveil 2024 Hurricane Season Forecast- Concerns for Cancun Travelers

Are you traveling to Cancun or Mexican Caribbean? Well then, keep an eye out on the hurricane season forecasts before planning your trip. It is CRUCIAL to check safety advisories and weather updates for your trip. Meteorologists have revealed their predictions for the upcoming 2024 hurricane season, forecasting a potentially active period with up to…

Breaking News – Mexico Opens Doors with Electronic Visas for Brazil from May

Breaking News – Mexico Opens Doors with Electronic Visas for Brazil from May

In a seismic shift set to redefine travel dynamics, Mexico’s tourism sphere has been electrified with a monumental decision: Brazilians will soon enjoy swift access to the vibrant nation with electronic visas, effective from May onwards. This groundbreaking development marks a significant departure from traditional visa procedures, which often acted as deterrents for potential visitors…

Shocking 300 Tons of Sargassum hit the Beaches of Playa Del Carmen

Shocking 300 Tons of Sargassum hit the Beaches of Playa Del Carmen

Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo – As the warm breezes of spring begin to grace the shores of Playa del Carmen, so does an unwelcome visitor – sargassum. With up to 300 tons of the seaweed hitting the beaches daily, local authorities are once again mobilizing efforts to combat its relentless onslaught. The annual arrival…

Transformative Bridge Project Set to Enhance Connectivity in Cancun

Transformative Bridge Project Set to Enhance Connectivity in Cancun

In a landmark development for Cancun’s infrastructure, construction has officially commenced on the Nichupte Lagoon Bridge, a project poised to revolutionize transportation in the region. This ambitious endeavor has been in the pipeline since last year and it aims to alleviate traffic congestion and enhance connectivity, making access to the Cancun Hotel Zone easier and…

Hoteliers in Cancun Advocate for the Return of Colombian Tourists

Hoteliers in Cancun Advocate for the Return of Colombian Tourists

The hotel industry in Cancun is making a plea to reinstate the influx of Colombian tourists to the region. With a fervent desire to revitalize the tourism sector, which has been significantly impacted by various factors, including the pandemic, stakeholders are urging authorities to facilitate the return of Colombian visitors. Cancun, renowned for its pristine…

ADO Extends Vacation Period Until April 8 Due to Solar Eclipse

ADO Extends Vacation Period Until April 8 Due to Solar Eclipse

As the much-anticipated solar eclipse approaches, ADO, one of Mexico’s leading bus transportation companies, has announced an extension of its vacation period until April 8, 2024. This decision comes in light of the celestial event expected to captivate the nation on April 8, prompting travelers to adjust their plans to witness this rare phenomenon. The…

Cancún’s Game-Changing Move: 100 New Buses with Tech That Will Blow Your Mind!

Cancún’s Game-Changing Move: 100 New Buses with Tech That Will Blow Your Mind!

Cancún is launching 100 new buses equipped with modern amenities like air conditioning, cameras, GPS, and comfortable seating to enhance its public transportation system. This move is aimed at improving the experience for both locals and tourists, providing a safer, more comfortable, and efficient service. The introduction of these high-tech buses represents a significant upgrade…

Cancún Vs Tulum: Airport Battle Heats Up with Record Flights!

Cancún Vs Tulum: Airport Battle Heats Up with Record Flights!

Cancún International Airport, a key gateway to Mexico’s renowned Riviera Maya, has recently marked a significant surge in operations, registering over 660 flights in a single day. This spike, attributed to the bustling Easter holiday travel period, underscores the airport’s pivotal role in the region’s tourism sector. The breakdown of operations included 330 arrivals and…

Cancún’s ADO Terminal Breaks Records: Passenger Surge Over Easter Shocks Locals!

Cancún’s ADO Terminal Breaks Records: Passenger Surge Over Easter Shocks Locals!

The ADO bus terminal in Cancún has experienced a significant surge in passenger traffic during Holy Week, with an impressive 14% increase from the previous year. This period, traditionally a peak travel time, saw the terminal handling around 5,900 passengers daily. The spike in numbers is not just a reflection of the season’s popularity but…

Shocking Seaweed Invasion Hits Quintana Roo: 616 Tons and Counting!

Shocking Seaweed Invasion Hits Quintana Roo: 616 Tons and Counting!

In Quintana Roo, Mexico, the coastline is under assault, not by waves of tourists, but by an unprecedented influx of sargassum seaweed, tallying up to 616 tons. This environmental phenomenon is turning beaches into unsightly, foul-smelling carpets of brown algae, raising concerns among residents, tourists, and environmentalists. The sargassum crisis in Quintana Roo is not…

9% of Tourists Report Theft: Are Cancun Resorts Safe Anymore?

9% of Tourists Report Theft: Are Cancun Resorts Safe Anymore?

In 2024, Cancun’s resorts are facing an alarming surge in thefts and tourist scams, causing concern among tourists and local authorities. This uptick has prompted a deeper investigation into the causes and the implementation of stronger safety measures to protect visitors. Cancun now faces a worrying trend: 9% of surveyed travelers reported theft from their…

Crisis on Rails: The Maya Train Derailment and Its Aftermath

Crisis on Rails: The Maya Train Derailment and Its Aftermath

In a startling turn of events that rattled the foundation of Mexico’s ambitious rail project, the Maya Train derailed near Tixkokob, sparking widespread concern and scrutiny. This incident, though fortunately resulting in no injuries, served as a critical wake-up call for the safety and operational standards of the much-touted transportation initiative. The derailment occurred due…

Discover the Astonishing Truth: How Cancun Was Built from Nothing!

Discover the Astonishing Truth: How Cancun Was Built from Nothing!

Did you know that Cancun, Mexico, was meticulously planned and built from scratch by the Mexican government in the late 1960s and early 1970s? Using computer models and thorough research, they aimed to transform a small fishing village on a jungle island into a major tourist destination. In the 1960s, the Mexican government initiated a…