TOURISM IN MEXICO

In order to contain the arrival of the sargassum, in Playa del Carmen the municipal authority has initiated an integral strategy of collection, containment, redirection, and final destination of the seaweed.

The Sargasso Monitoring Network Cancun, warned that the volumes of the seaweed that will arrive on the shores of the Mexican Caribbean, increase each time and will grow exponentially from June with the increase in sea temperature and due to changes in currents marine and prevailing winds that accompany the summer in the northern hemisphere.

If you plan to take a trip with friends or family on your next vacation, it's best to plan ahead to avoid any setbacks that could turn into a nightmare. On this occasion we are not referring to the budget you must invest in or the number of suitcases you plan to take with you. These lines are dedicated to...

The governments of Mexico and the United States announced an agreement to extend 30 days more restrictions on non-essential land travel on their common border to combat the spread of the coronavirus in both countries. Canada has done the same this week for its southern neighbor, the United States, by closing its land borders until June 21.

The director of the Quintana Roo Tourism Promotion Council, Dario Flota, announced that Mexican beaches are preparing for the second week of June to restart tourism in the entity. Given the reduction of positive cases of COVID-19, the tourism sector is in a position to begin preparatory work.

As May has passed, extreme rainfall events with hail, wind, and even tornadoes have been generated in Mexico, and, so far, the forecast models maintain a trend of a considerable increase in rainfall mainly in the central-southern half influenced by both tropical and mid-latitude systems.