Mexico is a country that has everything!
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On this special day, environmental awareness is the way!
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On June 26, 2021, during the month of the oceans, Cancun Sailing held its First Meeting For the Mexican Caribbean where 6 professionals in the marine field, media, and staff of the company, set sail to express their experiences, opinions, and knowledge about the importance of care and regulations for the protection of the Caribbean Sea.
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There is no more magical and unforgettable moment than a wedding.
If you think getting married by the sea is the most romantic and fun experience, why don’t you try to get married on the sea?
The dress, the rings, the cake, the family, the friends, and a commitment full of romance. The wedding has to be a memorable and beautiful moment in the couple's life. Sounds like a dream, but is an actual problem to find the most romantic places to get married around the world. Many couples struggle with this since the beginning of the wedding planning moment.
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"Today, we are the first municipality, national level, to hoist a total of 39 Blue Flag awards in the 2021-2022 season. With this, our state remains in the first position in Mexico in owning these certifications and sustainable tourism ships" said Municipal President Mara Lezama, upon receiving the respective Blue Flags by the European Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) in Playa Las Perlas, Cancun.
Topics: Cancun Certifications Sustainability Blue Flag
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Tourism is the engine of our community. According to the Ministry of Tourism of Quintana Roo (SEDETUR), the state of Quintana Roo, specifically the city of Cancun, currently has a 62% hotel occupancy rate, which translates into millions of travelers visiting us each year.
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It’s no secret that the main attraction of the beautiful Mexican Caribbean is the colors of its beaches and the tropical scenery worthy of photography. Looking at these landscapes from the ground becomes a unique experience. But, how about looking at them from the sky?