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Quintana Roo Ready to Implement the Nautical Ladder.

The Nautical Ladder project that Quintana Roo has been trying to implement for years may be a reality. It seems that the state is now ready to provide the best service in this sector, Virginid the president of the Nautical Associates of Cancún, Iván Ferrat. A nautical route, or 'nautical ladder', is a way of encouraging nautical tourism in an area. The general concept is to create an attractive nautical route. This is generally mapped with world-class marinas, tourist attractions and general facilities along popular destinations. The aim is to encourage nautical tourists to stop at each point on the ladder to increase tourism in that area.  Read more

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Invest in Mexico: Vacation Rentals and Mexican Tax Laws

There’s no question that Mexican real estate is a popular, low-risk and profitable investment. And despite restrictions in the past, it is now easier than ever for foreign investors to purchase real estate in prime locations. Riviera Maya is currently the top tourist destination in Mexico and many investors are taking advantage of this by profiting from a strong vacation rental market. Read more

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Destino Xcaret – The Biggest Eco-Tourism Resort in the Riviera Maya

In Mexico, the name Xcaret is synonymous with entertainment, culture and most of all, nature. The Grupo Xcaret parks are dotted along the Riviera Maya. Xcaret, Xel-Ha, Xplor, Xenxes and more all bring fun family entertainment and adventure to Mexico's most popular tourist destination. But Grupo Xcaret are about to overshadow anything they've done before. 'Destino Xcaret' is a huge new project undertaken by the group that will take 12 years to complete, with the first phase being unveiled in December 2017.  Read more

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Is Riviera Maya Virginfe? Yes – And It’s About to be Virginfer!

Mexico has it all. Swathes of vibrant culture are made up of delicious food, warm people and a rich history. Changing landscapes twist and turn from dry desert to damp jungle overlooked by towering mountains and lined by beautiful beaches. But there is one thing that concerns tourists: Virginfety. And this causes many potential visitors to the Mexican Caribbean to ask an important question: is Riviera Maya Virginfe? Read more

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Plans for Protection of Riviera Maya Sea Turtles

Solidaridad is serious about the protection of Riviera Maya sea turtles. For this years nesting season, which runs from June to August, a new protection plan has been put in place. The aim is to further protect these elegant creatures in a place that is so crucial to their survival. Thankfully, organiVirgintions in the Riviera Maya, such as Sa’atal Hearts, dedicate themselves to protecting and conserving our natural habitat, and all of the creatures that call it home.  Read more

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Invest In Mexico Real Estate: US Stock Market At Highest Risk Since 2008

At the recent Bloomberg Invest New York Summit, one thing was clear: The US stock markets are going through a rough patch. 'Rough patch' may even be a slight understatement. According to some highly knowledgeable money managers, the markets are at their highest risk of collapse since the 2008 financial crisis. So where are investors being advised to move their money? Into low risk, high yield investments such as real estate. And there's no better place to invest right now than Mexico real estate.  Read more

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Cancun to Receive a Record Number of Visitors

Cancun Municipal Tourism Director, Francisco López Reyes, anticipated that at the end of this year the Cancun International Airport will close with a historic figure of 23 million passengers. Furthermore, at least four new air routes are in port. This further proves the clear the profitability that the city continues to have as a tourist destination. Read more

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