Environmental emergency must be declared in Tulum: environmentalists

For environmentalists like Pedro Casar, the municipality of Tulum must declare an environmental emergency, especially in the double membrane sanitary landfill area that has been in operation for more than 2 years. For Pedro Casar, it is urgent to maintain the ecological stability of Tulum, while the authorities assure that there are still alternatives More...

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By Alex On Monday, July 23rd, 2018

Tulum-Inspired Gitano restaurant in Manhattan draws New Yorkers’ attention

Unsurprisingly, Tulum-inspired Gitano is already a major hot spot in Manhattan. Gitano is already where it’s at in NYC! Just a few days old, Gitano in Soho is already scalding hot. The fashion crowd is flocking More...

By Alex On Saturday, July 21st, 2018

State and Federal governments must unify efforts to build Cancún-Tulum railway route

The vice-president of the Caribbean Business Coordinating Council (CCE), Miguel Ángel Lemus Mateos, considered that the two railway projects proposed by both the state government and the virtual president-elect, More...

By Alex On Thursday, July 19th, 2018
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Once again Tulum is featured on VOGUE international

As Net-a-Porter’s global buying director, Elizabeth von der Goltz routinely jets off to the world’s most glamorous and ’grammable locations on the regular. Of course, she doesn’t globetrot like just anyone: More...

By Alex On Thursday, July 12th, 2018

Biopiracy: Tulum’s Melipona honey sold in France betraying the rights of Maya communities

The Yucatan Peninsula currently suffers different types of threats towards its territory, its biodiversity  its culture and its indigenous people, its uses, customs and traditions, all of these values are currently More...

By Alex On Monday, July 9th, 2018
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Cenote Angelita, one of the top cave diving spots in Mexico and around the world

In Tulum, there is the Angelita cenote that has an underwater creation that gives the sensation of a river inside the cenote, due the salt water that has a high amount of hydrogen sulfide and a more evident opacity, More...

By Alex On Thursday, July 5th, 2018

False tourist guides deceive travelers and damage the image of Tulum

“The jaladores – people dedicated to attract tourists into restaurants, bars and shops – located at the entrance of the archaeological zone of Tulum, not only deceive the tourists who are trying More...

By Alex On Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

Tulum goes to New York City in one-of-a-kind project

Anyone passing Sixth Avenue and Canal Street in New York City in the past few days—and, since this is a major commuter nexus, that’s a lot of us—may have been wondering about the 30-foot palm trees mysteriously More...

By Alex On Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

Use of heavy machinery prohibited to remove seaweed in Tulum

Staff of the Tulum National Park did not allow the use of heavy machinery to clean up the large amount of seaweed accumulated on the main beaches of this important tourist destination. Since CONANP director Fernando More...

By Alex On Sunday, June 24th, 2018

600 new police for Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum

According to riviera-maya-news.com, approximately 600 new police officers are under recruitment that, once trained, will be added to Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Cancun. Rodolfo del Angel Campos, Secretary of Public More...