MEXICAN CARIBBEAN TO OFFER DISCOUNTS DUE TO SARGASSUM SEAWEED

Because of the Sargassum seaweed problem, hotels in the Mexican Caribbean will offer discounts of 15 to 25 percent, with the aim of attracting a greater number of visitors in this summer season, repor...

TOP 7 AZTEC AND MAYAN RUINS IN MEXICO

Alec Hills -
Notorious for its gorgeous beaches, Mexico has full-fledged resorts that attract a large proportion of tourists who want to spend time relaxing and having fun in the country. Moreover, it is a country...

SARGASSUM: ANOTHER THREAT TO TOURISM

Richard Moor -
Last year, sargassum, which is a kind of seaweed epidemic, was the biggest environmental problem in Mexico and affected a large number of its beaches. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Mexico& ...

MEXICO’S TOURISM LOST MILLIONS OF TOURISTS

Daniel A. Tanner -
Mexican tourism industry has designed new strategies to attract tourists by progressive reopening of destinations, including beaches, archaeological sites, and the so-called “magical towns”, all deser...

MEXICAN PARADISE IS BECOMING INCREASINGLY DANGEROUS

Anna Luebke -
Cancún, the Mexican paradise was once considered a relatively safe area. Then, ten years ago, territorial fights began between hostile drug gangs. However, they took place in the nightclubs or the wor...
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