The website Travel Market Report announced the launch of a new app that informs it users on Quintana Roo’s safety issues.
“After a series of incidents that drew broad press coverage questioning traveler safety at popular Cancun and Riviera Maya beach resort destinations, the state of Quintana Roo has launched an app that provides 24-hour services in order to keep tourists 100% safe 24/7 365 days a year.
Called Guest Assist, the app includes links and services for emergencies, extortion and kidnapping, robbery, passport loss or theft, roadside assistance, and even a way to submit complaints related to local tourist service providers.
For example, tapping on the “911 Emergencies” portion of the app provides a call button link.
The “Attacks on Physical Integrity or Robbery” section of the app offers step-by-step descriptions of the process to report crimes, including a link to file an official and formal complaint online.”
To read full article, please go to travelmarketreport.com
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