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A couple of weeks earlier, Obrador revealed the purchase of 1,200 hectares from ejidatarios in the Felipe Carrillo Puerto sector for the new Tulum airport.
The projected cost of the new airport has not yet been announced, but preparations and preliminary studies alone are said to exceed a budget of 12 million USD.
As of this week, admittance will be capped at 3 thousand visitors a day, and groups will be limited to 10 people.
While most tourists obey face mask regulations, others simply ignore them. Photo: Courtesy The archaeological site in Tulum...
Tulum's police force has been taken over by state police authorities. Photo: Courtesy Quintana Roo's state security force...
A woman protesting the death of Victoria Esperanza Salazar Arriaza holds a sign reading “Who protects us from the police.” Photo:...
Bahia Principe beach in Tulum. Photo: Getty The Riviera Maya — a 1999 rebrand of the “Cancún-Tulum corridor”...
Sirens blazed as partygoers rushed to shuffle out from an illegal party. Photo: File An electronic music party...
Art With Me GNP “Presented by TANE” — Tulum’s first Arts & Ecoculture Festival — returns for a second year April 24-28.
If travelers back off for a time, new regulations will give the fragile resort time to reset.
Environmental authorities have denied permits for a proposed hotel near one of Mexico's most important sea turtle nesting beaches on the Yucatán's Caribbean shore.
The New York artist Spencer Tunick, who is known for his large-scale nude portraits, returned to Mexico. This time, his inspiration was the sargassum in Tulum.
Model Bella Hadid's visit to the beaches of Tulum was a work assignment, but she appeared to be having lots of fun.
While 20 years ago, Tulum was still "a hidden paradise with only a few beachfront boutique hotels and houses," today it's "crammed with more than a hundred hotels and restaurants."
Scientists around the world will soon be able to dive into a virtual 3-D replica of a vast Yucatecan underwater cave — the one where the oldest skeleton in the Americas was found seven years ago.
Scuba-diving archaeologists at the world's largest underwater cave — recently discovered near Tulum — found fossils of giant sloths and an elaborate shrine to the Mayan god of commerce.