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Puerto Morelos ready for summer vacation period

By Tribune Travel

July 05, 2023

The resort community of Puerto Morelos claims to be prepared for the summer travel season. According to Miguel Cámara Ruiz, Municipal Secretary for Sustainable Tourism, they anticipate an occupancy rate of 85% in hotels.

According to Cámara Ruiz, Puerto Morelos is reporting great visitor arrivals this year over the winter, Easter, and long weekends. He claims that both domestic visitors and foreign visitors, primarily Americans, Canadians, Europeans, and South Americans, have been arriving in large numbers.

“Tourists come to experience the best adventure destination in Mexico, according to the World Travel Awards, and are attracted by the Ruta de los Cenotes, the Great Mesoamerican Reef, the beaches, gastronomy and the atmosphere of tranquility and the warm treatment that the people of Puerto Morelos provide to the visitors.”

According to him, service providers anticipate a large increase in demand, particularly for maritime activities, the more than 20 parks along the Ruta de los Cenotes, and the culinary industry, which has seen a significant boost during this administration.

The increases are anticipated as a result of the thousands of tourists who will stay at this tourist destination’s hotels and those who will stay at friends’ and family’s houses.

Additionally, it is anticipated that Quintana Roo’s beaches would be devoid of sargassum by the summer of 2023.

The National Guard, state and municipal police, the Mexican Navy, and the Civil Protection will all take part in the Summer Vacation Operation 2023, whose elements will bolster security and surveillance on roadways, beaches, and popular tourist destinations.

After the last day of classes, a surveillance operation will be put in place. According to the protocols, joint efforts are made and work is done in close coordination with the Secretariat Public Safety and Transit, Firefighters, Navy, and National Guard to guarantee visitors a peaceful stay, according to Guillermo Morales López, the municipality’s coordinator of civil protection.





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