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Southeast has potential for the development of Mexico

The Governor of Quintana Roo, Mara Lezama, has proposed promoting the southeast of Mexico as a region with great potential for development, which would improve the quality of life for citizens. During her participation in the Executive Commission of Tourism of the National Conference of Governors (Conago), she proposed five guidelines for moving towards a tourism development model that is “fairer and more responsible” and aligned with the New Agreement for Well-being and Development, which her government established.… Read More

Quintana Roo goes for German tourism

Quintana Roo is sending a delegation to the Berlin Tourism Fair to promote its local destinations and attract German tourists. The fair, taking place from March 7 to 9, is one of the most important international tourist markets, and is expected to surpass the 2019 edition’s attendance figures of 113,500 visitors and 10,000 exhibitors. The theme of this year’s ITB Berlin 2023 Convention is “Master the Transformation.”… Read More

Do you know the Historic Center of Chetumal, the first Magical Neighborhood of Mexico?

Chetumal, the capital city of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, has been designated as the country’s first “Magical Neighborhood.” The title was granted by the Federal Government of Mexico as part of its program to promote and preserve the culture and heritage of Mexican cities. The concept of “Magical Neighborhoods” is intended for those places that are unique in terms of their history, culture, gastronomy, and services, as well as their ability to reflect the essence and spirit of a city.… Read More

Improvement program begins in archaeological zones of Quintana Roo

Governor Mara Lezama of Quintana Roo met with Diego Prieto Hernández, director of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), to discuss the progress of the Program for the Improvement of Archaeological Zones (Promeza). This program has a budget of one billion pesos for the restoration and preservation of 10 of the 13 Archaeological Zones in Quintana Roo. The goal of this program is to boost tourism in the area and improve the well-being of the rural communities in the south. … Read More

Quintana Roo receives an award for being the favorite destination in the world for cruise travel

Quintana Roo, a beautiful state located in Mexico, has recently received an award for being the favorite destination for cruise travel in the world. This recognition is a huge accomplishment for the state, which has been making great efforts in recent years to position itself as a top tourist destination.

The award ceremony took place in the city of Miami, Florida, where the Minister of Tourism of Quintana Roo, Marisol Vanegas Pérez, was in attendance to receive the award on behalf of the state. The ceremony was attended by important representatives from the cruise industry, who praised the work of Quintana Roo in promoting sustainable tourism and preserving its natural beauty.

Quintana Roo is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, including Cancun and Playa del Carmen, making it an ideal destination for tourists who want to enjoy the sun and sand. In addition, the state has a rich cultural heritage, with numerous ancient Mayan ruins and a vibrant local culture that visitors can experience through festivals and other cultural events. The award for being the favorite cruise destination in the world is a great achievement for Quintana Roo, as it demonstrates the success of its efforts to provide visitors with a unique and memorable experience. Whether it’s exploring the ancient Mayan ruins, swimming in the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea, or simply relaxing on the beach, there is something for everyone in this beautiful state. So if you’re looking for an unforgettable vacation, be sure to consider Quintana Roo as your next destination.… Read More

The Mayan Portal of Playa del Carmen is proposed to be part of the Tangible Material Heritage of Quintana Roo

The Portal Maya in Playa del Carmen is proposed to be a part of the tangible heritage of Quintana Roo. This is great news for all those who are passionate about history, culture and archaeology, as it will be a recognition of the importance of this place for the state and for Mexico. The Portal Maya is a complex of underground caves and cenotes located in the heart of Playa del Carmen, which has been a place of pilgrimage for the Mayan people for thousands of years. … Read More