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60K beachgoers have come to Cancun this month

By Tribune Travel

October 27, 2023

The approaching high season is gradually becoming evident as Cancun’s public beaches are no longer empty, despite the absence of the Christmas holidays and the high week of the Day of the Dead. According to the Federal Maritime Terrestrial Zone in Cancun, a total of 60,660 bathers arrived in October.

Based on data from ZOFEMAT Benito Juárez, the high season is on the verge of commencing, and Playa Delfines stands out as the beach with the highest number of visitors, with 23,234 people arriving to indulge in the sand, sea, and sun.

On the other hand, Playa Coral recorded the lowest number of tourists, with only 1,737 individuals. This beach is renowned for its dog-friendly facilities, allowing pets to enter the sea, walk on the sand, and even dine there, as long as their owners responsibly dispose of waste and garbage.

ZOFEMAT further provided a breakdown of visitor numbers at other beaches: Playa del Niño welcomed 11,169 visitors, Playa las Perlas saw 2,677 visitors, Playa Chac Mool attracted 8,786 visitors, Playa Marlín hosted 11,252 visitors, and Playa Ballenas had 1,805 visitors. In total, these figures amount to 60,660 people.

The report also revealed that these figures have surpassed those of 2022 by approximately 5 percent. Moreover, the months of November and December are yet to come, which are known for further boosting the season, not only in the hotel industry but also across the beaches and other sectors.





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