Mérida lacks beaches, and Progreso has them. Now, the two cities are collaborating to promote tourism between both municipalities.
A group of Yucatecan entrepreneurs is looking to build a luxury destination here for cruise ship passengers looking for a new excursion.
An estimated 30,000 local, national and international tourists descended on Progreso’s malecon on Sunday, lured by beautiful weather.
Sea turtle nesting and Easter week coincides this year, which is worrying to anyone concerned about the fragile sea turtle population.
Biologists and biology students will perform an autopsy on the fin whale found in Progreso, but fishermen who found it have their own theory.
Apparently for the first time in Yucatán’s recorded history, a huge whale more than 5 meters long washed ashore in Progreso.
A program to combat beach erosion now reaches from Chicxulub to Uaymitún, some of the beaches most affected by the loss of sand.