Hotels treating beaches as Private Property in Mexico will be fined

Mexico has enforced a new law that allows government officials to slap fines up to.

Mexico Will Fine Hotels and Restaurants That Block Access to Public Beaches

Mexico is cracking down on hotels, restaurants, private homes or beachclubs that claim the country’s.

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Amidst pandemic, Chichén Itzá is the second most visited archaeological site in Mexico

In the last four months of last year, the Maya archaeological site received 255 thousand people in the last 4…

Maya Train construction causes partial closure of the Merida-Cancun highway

For tens of kilometers, vehicles must travel tightly on the southern body of the highway There is an issue in…

Party with over 50 people shut down by police in Kanasín, Yuc.

The party was held on the premises of a company in the construction sector; the establishments were two bars and…

Archaeological sites in Yucatan operating during Covid-19 pandemic

After the first coronavirus outbreaks, the pandemic forced the closure of the cultural venues, museums, and archaeological sites for five…

Yucatan man dies after being involved in two traffic accidents on the same day

First, he crashed in the morning, and later on that same day, he was again drunk and driving a motorcycle…