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Cancun Is Bringing Back The Use Of Face Masks Indoors

COVID-19 cases in Cancun have been on the rise and the Quintana Roo Governor, Carlos Joaquín González, has recently requested people in the region to wear masks indoors. On Friday, local Mexican authorities announced that, at the moment, there are over 300 daily COVID-19 cases while a month ago there were only 20. “I want …

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Playa del Carmen: Top 10 Things Travelers Need To Know Before Visiting

Thinking of visiting Playa del Carmen, Mexico? What was once a fishing port just across from Cozumel has transformed over the past two decades into one of the biggest tourist destinations in Mexico. No matter the time of year, people are flocking for some of that Playa sun. Whether you’re planning a trip there for …

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U.S. Warns Tourists To Be Cautious After Dark In Cancun, Playa Del Carmen And Tulum

Safety in Mexico is always a top concern for many tourists and during the past few weeks, with the rise of travel, authorities have been more alert. A few days ago, the US State Department issued a warning for US citizens regarding touristic destinations in Mexico.  The government made an update to their page on …

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You Can Fly Direct To Cancun From These 38 U.S. Cities

With Mexico leading the way as the number one holiday destination for American travelers – there are currently 38 U.S. cities that offer direct flights to the popular city of Cancun. A recently published article on the Cancun Sun revealed which cities these are – and so let’s see where it is possible to jump …

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Riu To Open Two New All Inclusive Resorts In Cancun This Year

The Spanish hotel chain, Riu is set to open two new all-inclusive – and adult-only – resorts in the hugely-popular city of Cancun, Mexico. The two hotel resorts – which have recently been named as Hotel Riu Latino and Hotel Riu Palace Kukulkan – will open later this year in October and November, respectively. Once …

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New Mega Mall And Theme Park ‘Malltertainment’ To Open In Cancun

A new mega theme park is set to open near the popular tourist hotspot of Cancun – in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. The news comes at a time when Cancun is already welcoming huge numbers of tourists by the day – with hotels in the most popular vacation spot for American tourists almost …

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Mexico Expecting 40 Million Visitors This Year – How It Will Impact Your Trip

Mexico is expecting as many as 40 million international visitors to enter the country this year – which will see the nation near a return to pre-pandemic tourist numbers. Prior to the global Covid-19 pandemic, Mexico had in fact set a national record when it comes to the number of foreign visitors entering its doors …

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Why Mexico Is Still Americans Favorite Holiday Destination

There’s just something about Mexico. The sun, the people, the diversity, the food, the great weather – there are so many reasons tourists flock to Mexico, and the numbers show that there’s no signs of stopping. According to some of the latest statistics on the first quarter of 2022, international arrivals to Mexico have almost …

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Cancun Expecting Its Worst Seaweed Season In 5 Years

Cancun is expecting its worst seaweed season in five years – with record amounts of Sargassum expected to be washed ashore along its coastline and beaches. With Mexico’s Navy Secretary, José Ojeda, having recently described the situation as “alarming” – the nation’s officials are bracing themselves for what could be the largest amount of the …

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CDC Lowers Health Risk For Travel To Mexico

The CDC has moved Mexico down from its ‘high risk’ for COVID-19 to ‘moderate risk’ as COVID-19 cases drop in Mexico. In addition, the CDC has also decreased the risk of traveling to Belize and Antigua and Barbuda—two other popular destinations for Americans.  Mexico remains one of the best destinations for North American tourists. With …

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U.S. Issues Security Warning For Puerto Vallarta

From the sandy beaches of the world-famous Riviera Maya to its picturesque Pacific Coast, Mexico has been grappling with an increase in violence lately. Although Cancun suffered the brunt of it, and in the midst of a long-awaited tourist season, it is now Puerto Vallarta that has woken up to the news the U.S. has …

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Cancun Hotels Are Almost Fully Booked This Summer

Are you considering visiting Cancun this summer? If so—you’ll need to hurry up and get your hotel booked.  Cancun hotels are already at 90% occupancy for the summer months. Post COVID-19 recovery rates for Cancun hotels continue to surprise locals, with many hotels reaching 90% occupancy levels until late July; this means Cancun could be …

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