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Riviera Maya Reef To Be Insured!

It's undeniable - the Riviera Maya is the place to invest in Mexico. Affordable, high-end properties, a demanding tourism industry and stunning natural beauty such as the Riviera Maya reef make an investors dream location. However, when investing in a touristic area, not only is it important to consider the a growing tourism industry and the opportunities that affords. It's also necesary to consider how growing tourism will affect the area. A key question many investors tend to overlook is: Can the area withstand the number of tourists and maintain sustainable growth? Read more

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Riviera Maya Tourism to Welcome 40,000 Tourists Per Day!

Earlier this month, we talked about the rising demand within Riviera Maya tourism and Mexican tourism as a whole. A certified tourism boom over the last few years has seen pressure put onto resorts, hotels and vacation rentals to supply world-class hospitality. Virgin investors have profited from this boom by investing in high ROI vacation rentals, and have somewhat eased the demand. Read more

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Riviera Maya Friendliest Cities in Latin America

While Mexico has long been chosen as an exotic vacation spot, potential travellers often worry about the welcome they will receive. Despite the Mexican people's reputation of world-class hospitality, sometimes this assurance isn't enough. Thankfully, travellers can now rest assured, as Expedia recently released a list of Latin America's friendliest cities. Mexico placed in an impressive 13 of the 40 spots available on the list. The state of Quintana Roo was mentioned an impressive 6 times. However, most importantly, Riviera Maya's friendliest cities were mentioned no less than 4 times!  Read more

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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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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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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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Canadians Advised to Buy Playa Del Carmen Real Estate

It's no secret that Playa Del Carmen has a healthy number of foreign residents making up it's demographic. With a population of approximately 186,000 people, around 7% are foreigners. However Canadians in particular have a special relationship with this slice of paradise, making up one of the largest expat groups. And it seems that we can expect more Canadians to fly south for the winter in the near future. Canadians are currently being encouraged to invest in Mexico, in assets such as Playa Del Carmen real estate.  Read more

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Playa Del Carmen Beaches Apply for Prestigious Blue Flags

Playa Del Carmen beaches are the stuff of postcards and travel brochures. From Mamitas Beach Club and Zenzi  where people go to be seen and enjoy music under the palms to the quieter Playacar beach, Playa Del Carmen beaches provide the perfect backdrop to your luxe life. Now, the municipal government of Solidaridad hopes to have Playa Del Carmen beaches honoured with prestigious Blue Flag awards. Read more

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