Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean have returned! These two have always been an authentic gem in Quintana Roo. This wonderful destination is recovering its operations bit by bit. In this post, we are going to tell you how everything is going on here and all you need to know about our current situation.
Designated a “Safe Travels” destination by the World Travel & Tourism Council Quintana Roo has reopened its main destinations. Cancun, Isla Mujeres, Tulum, and Playa del Carmen were the first in this reopen. Before the reopening, more than 5,000 companies have registered for certification, including hotels, restaurants, and tour operators. All of this to guarantee travelers safety.
All travelers visiting Cancun or the Mexican Caribbean can verify if the companies have received the certification. Hotels, restaurants, and attractions are operating at 30 percent of capacity. This will increase depending on the stage that we are, the next stage, yellow, would raise capacity limits to 60 percent, followed by stage green, 100 percent. Hand-washing, mask-wearing, and other protocols are implemented in every place the spread of disease.
Hotels and attractions open
All these hotels are already certified
Riu Palace Peninsula
LeBlanc Resort and Spa
Coco B Isla, Isla Mujeres
El Dorado Maroma
Palafitos Overwater Bungalow
Hidden Beach Au Naturel Resort
Generations Riviera Maya
Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya
Grand Velas Riviera Maya
Now Sapphire Riviera Cancun
Hotels scheduled to reopen on July 1 include:
Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort and Spa
TRS Coral Hotel
El Dorado Casitas Royale
Margaritaville Island Reserve Riviera Cancun
Azul Beach Riviera Cancun
Hyatt Zilara Cancun
Hyatt Ziva Cancun
El Dorado Seaside
Hilton Playa del Carmen
El Dorado Royale
Open attractions include Xcaret, Xel-Ha, Alltournatives, and Cancun Adventures. Attractions planning to reopen on July 1 include Xoximilco, Garrafon Reef Park, and Aventuras Mayas, with Xenotes and Xenses opening on July 2 and Joya opening on July 3.
Cancun International Airport has been increasing its operations since the reopening. According to data by ASUR las Thursday the airport registered 82 operations at the terminal. The flights included national and international arrival and departures. The origin of the international flights included Orlando, Philadelphia, Fort Lauderdale, Charlotte, Chicago, Houston, Miami (two flights), Atlanta (three flights), and Dallas (five flights). Delta has announced the regularization of its flights to Cancun and it will be increased during the month of July.
Check this page to know everything about Cancun Airport Transportation
Now you know that Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean have returned you are ready to prepare your next trip to paradise!