The world famous DJ and producer Dash Berlin was reported missing on Thursday July 9th, after leaving on a bicycle tour through the rainforest near Tulum, Quintana Roo; this was actually posted on his official Facebook page by members of his Management Team.
“A couple of hours ago Dash Berlin went on a bike tour through the Mayan jungle. However, he got separated from the group and so far his location is unknown,” this text was published on the DJ’s social network on Thursday July 9th, around 3:30 pm.
Berlin’s working team immediatelly asked for support of the local authorities. Three search expeditions were conducted to find the musician, but failed to locate him.
Nevertheless, the Dutch DJ was found safe and sound three hours later, according to his official Facebook account.
“I’m ok my Mexican friends, keep you posted.” the DJ wrote on Facebook.
“No worries everybody I’m totally fine!” he added through the same social network.
The Dutch producer was visiting our country to take a few days holiday.
In fact, on Wednesday July 8th, before the incident took place, the artist posted on his Facebook account: “I’m happy because I’m going back to Mexico to rest awhile”.
Dash Berlin has not given further information.
more recommended stories
Tulum to become Mexico’s first sustainable tourism zone
The municipality of Tulum will become.
Yucatan the ultimate bird-watching destination
If you are into birdwatching, Yucatán.
Man drowns in Chuburná Puerto
A construction worker from the town.
Mexico strengthens leadership as an exporter of alcoholic beverages
Mexico Sep. 21 (Notimex).- Mexico strengthened.
Cancun, an example of tourism promotion for Japan
A Quintana Roo delegation of FONATUR.
Homicides in Mexico increase 17% so far in 2018
Intentional homicides in Mexico has increased.
Expats Feel at Home in Mexico; InterNations Survey
InterNations.org recently released the results of.
Through the implementation of AMLO’s austerity plan, the government could save 132 billion pesos in 2019
As wages for high government officials.
Japanese delegation comes to Mérida to strengthen bilateral relationship
The project of the Chicxulub crater.
First house entirely made of Sargassum built by Mexican inventor in Quintana Roo
PUERTO MORELOS, Q. Roo, September 20,.