For all its attractions, Progreso is underperforming as a tourist destination, says the president of the Tourist Business Council of Yucatán, Jorge Escalante Bolio.
The region is competing again to be the “Best Destination of Mexico” and hopes for a three-peat as “Best Gourmet Destination.”
Drivers won’t zip past the new convention center the way they may have become accustomed.
Tropic Air suspended flights to Mérida and other cities after a tax hike made the trips substantially more expensive.
Fishermen have banded together, vowing to block the port if that’s what it takes to prevent oil drilling off Yucatán.
Hotels complaining about infrastructure problems are deliberately under-paying their water and sewer bills, the Quintana Roo Water and Sewerage Commission charged on Wednesday.
For the first half of this year, Yucatán’s tourism sector reports historic highs.
Tourists couldn’t wait to pose with Tizimín’s latest installation in the main square.
Two tropical fishing villages are polar opposite when it comes to addressing the coming tourist economy.
Free, guided night tours are in their second week, but rain is dampening the city’s attempt to entertain overnight tourists.