A key stretch of Mexico’s Tren Maya project and the construction of an airport near Tulum on the Yucatan peninsula, received land use rights.
Governor of Quintana Roo, Carlos Joaquin surveyed the construction areas during his working tour with Mexico’s President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
While this would represent direct competition for the Cancun International Airport, a part of Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste, analysts predict the financial repercussions for it will be minimal.
The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, revealed the purchase and location of the land where the new Tulum Airport will be built. The purchase agreement includes 200 hectares of ejidatario land in Felipe Carrillo Puerto.
Germán Gallegos Cruz, a well-known restaurant entrepreneur from Tulum,
Due to the fact that regular COVID-19 testing or vaccination is now a requirement for work, travel and entering certain businesses, the demand for the free tests has increased, according to health authorities in the Riviera Maya.
So far this year, the Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS), has disbanded 28 clandestine parties in Tulum that did not comply with anti-COVID-19 sanitary measures.
Suspected land invaders clashed with police in Tulum, state police sources reported.
Communities surrounding Tulum, will be able to listen to cinema in Maya, the language still spoken by many in the region.
As a result of a citizen complaint, a clandestine party was closed at a beach club located in Caleta Tankah. There were more than 150 tourists in attendance.