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Bacalar
The oldest population of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo keeps its attractions and ancestral natural secrets for the enjoyment of visitors. These are the 11 most important. 1. The Bacalar Lagoon Bacalar is not as famous as the relatively nearby Cancun and Playa del Carmen, but it has its lagoon, cenotes and other tourist...
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Akumal is that place that, just when you think the Riviera Maya cannot be better, it leaves you with your mouth open. It is located just an hour and a half from Cancun or thirty minutes from Tulum and, despite its beauty, is still not very well known among tourists. The visit can be made in a day,...
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They expected eight thousand people, but more than ten thousand arrived at Gay Pride in Mérida, Yucatán. The March for Sexual Diversity in Mérida this year was fueled by the refusal to legislate in favor of equal marriage and the statements of deputies that were seen as homophobic. The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, transvestite,...
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The municipality of Mérida will submit the candidacy of the municipality to the Network of Creative Cities of UNESCO in the category of gastronomy this Friday, informed Eduardo Seijo Solís, director of Economic Development and Tourism. He explained that the master project of this candidacy attacks 3 aspects, economic, environmental and social; in addition to...
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In order to promote sustainable development, implement policies and actions aimed at preserving and restoring the ecological balance, protecting the environment, and establishing the basis to guarantee the right of everyone to live in a healthy space, city councilors in Tulum approved the creation of the Regulation of Ecology, Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change,...
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Soon, the people of Merida will know the exact schedules and routes of public transport buses in the city, as the Institute of Mobility and Urban Development Territorial (IMDUT) announced that it will launch a mobile application to improve the service and quality of urban transport, and that it will be more efficient, since it...
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On Tuesday morning they inaugurated the Escul-Trash exhibition, in the Centro Maya shopping center of Playa del Carmen, displaying art composed of pieces made with garbage and plastics collected on the beaches. The artists involved, Giovanna González, Juan Manuel Kohrs, and Fernando González Cervelló, seek to expose the seriousness of sea pollution by plastics to...
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With the electric modernization work on Tulum Avenue “poles and cables are going to disappear,” municipal president Víctor Mas Tah said at the start of the work, in which they will invest $1.5 million pesos. “We want Tulum to continue being the favorite place for tourists and visitors, so we will continue working hand in...
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The state of Guanajuato greeted more than 11,600 Yucatecans during the event “Visit Guanajuato” Mérida. The Direction of Marketing and Public Relations of the Secretariat of Tourism of Guanajuato carried out “Visita Guanajuato” in the commercial center La Isla Mérida from May 24 to 26, in order to commercialize and promote the tourist industry of...
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A mural dedicated to the leader of the Guerra de Castas, María Uicab, was inaugurated last Friday at the Casa de la Cultura in Tulum. The mural converges with the project to create a small museum dedicated to the memory of María Uicab, who, during the war, was in charge of translating the messages of...
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In Paris, the Louvre Museum closed for a day this week because workers said the crowds were too big to handle. In the Himalayas, climbers at Mount Everest are concerned that the peak has gotten too crowded, contributing to the highest death toll in years. In cities and destinations around the world, from Barcelona to...
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On the current situation of sargassum, also known as seaweed, on the beaches of Cancun, the Citizen Observatory of Sargazo reported that the beaches free of seaweed are Las Perlas, Langosta, Tortugas, Caracol, Punta Cancún, Gaviota Azul y Lagarto, Chac Mool, Marlín, Ballenas and Delfines. They pointed out that the beaches with little sargassum in...
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