TOURISM AND TRAVEL IN MEXICO

Ironman 70.3 and Ironman Cozumel were confirmed by the Cozumel authorities in September and November 2020, respectively. Organizers estimate that there will be 3,000 competitors between the two events and an economic income of over 200 million pesos (8.9 million USD).

Cancun seaweed update: The famous resort city is awaiting a massive reload of seaweed over the next two months. According to scientists, this could be due to the fact that this year the sargassum began to arrive later than normal and at this time the Caribbean islands, from where the algae arrive in Mexico, are suffering an abundant arrival.

Due to the massive amount of seaweed that has been washed up on Tulum's coasts, authorities, tourism service providers and the private sector have not been able to keep the beaches clean, despite the use of machinery to remove the seaweed.

Mexico is in a position to start developing Smart Cities, which will organize urban development, mobility, government procedures, and monitor safety and traffic, among others, through data analysis and blockchain.

The Coordination of the Management, Inspection and Surveillance Program of the municipality of Los Cabos alerted local authorities to the presence of two two-meter-long sharks within the beach areas of Los Cabos.