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Cancun and Tulum at the Epicenter of Transformation

The Mexican Caribbeana paradise of turquoise waters and dreamlike beaches, is undergoing an exciting revolution thanks to an unprecedented government investment. With approximately 407 billion pesos earmarked by the federal government and the government of Quintana Roo to strengthen the infrastructure in this region, the future of the Riviera Maya shines brightly.

Cancun Quintana Roo

The Tourist Power of Quintana Roo

Quintana Roo, a privileged state with some of the most spectacular beaches in Mexico and the world, finds its economic strength in tourism. In fact, around 80% of its economic activities come from this industry. And no wonder, because it is home to two world-famous jewels: Cancun and Tulum.

Key Investments for Cancun’s Growth

The government investment focuses on strategic projects that will revitalize tourism and increase capital gains in Cancun. Here are some of these outstanding projects:

  • Modernization of the junction Cancun Airport: This project, scheduled for completion by the end of 2023, will significantly improve connectivity between Cancun, the Riviera Maya and the Hotel Zone. This will result in more efficient service for millions of passengers and residents.

  • Construction of Chac Mool Avenue: This new roadway will strengthen the links between the western zone and the Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard, providing an improved route to the Cancun International Airport and the Riviera Maya.

  • Modernization of Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard: This ambitious project, spanning 11.1 kilometers, promises to improve both safety and travel times between Cancun International Airport and downtown.

  • Construction of the Nichupté” vehicular bridge: This colossal project, with an investment of 7,056 million pesos, will connect downtown Cancun with the hotel zone in a safe manner, reducing congestion on Kukulkan Boulevard and allowing rapid evacuation in case of emergency in the tourist area.

Work Progress - Vehicular bridge "Nichupté".

Work Progress - Chac Mool Avenue

Tulum: A Booming Destination

Tulum, in particular, has been the epicenter of this wave of government investment. In addition to infrastructure improvements, plans are underway for the creation of the
Jaguar National ParkThe Jaguar National Park, an ecological project designed to preserve the natural and historical wealth of the Riviera Maya, with a special focus on the protection of jaguars and endemic species.

Tulum International Airport: The New Gateway to Tulum

The Tulum Airport stands as a promising addition to the infrastructure of southeastern Mexico. It is estimated that it will carry out approximately 32,000 operations per yearoperations per year, transporting 5.5 million passengers. This airport complex, which includes a military base and a waste management plant, aims to position itself as the second preferred gateway for travelers, behind only Cancun airport, a giant in the industry. In addition to this size, the Tulum Airport will feature a main runway of 3,700 metersas well as 13 positions for commercial flights. Its infrastructure also includes a hangar and a wastewater treatment plant, demonstrating a commitment to sustainability.

Notably, the airlines Aeroméxico, Viva Aerobús and Mexicana de Aviación have anticipated the opening of new routes that will connect to this up-and-coming airport. This will not only provide greater accessibility to Tulum, but also promises to facilitate access to this jewel of the Riviera Maya, opening new doors for travelers eager to explore this wonderful region.

Progress of Work - Tulum International Airport

Mayan Train: The Future of Transportation and Sustainable Tourism

The train is emerging as the future of sustainable transportation and tourism in the region.

Although prices have not yet been officially announced, estimates suggest they will range from $30 to $80 Mexican pesos, making it an affordable option for a wide range of travelers.

This ambitious project is designed to offer three types of three types of services: passenger train, tourist train and freight train.. Its primary objective is to connect different tourist points in Yucatan, Quintana Roo and Campeche. Yucatan, Quintana Roo and Campeche.The purpose of the project is to boost tourism and distribute the flow of visitors to the region more equitably. It is expected that this rail transportation system will enable the arrival of 8,000 travelers to the Yucatan Yucatan peninsula aloneThis has led to significant transformations in the local communities.

In addition to its impact on tourism, it will also have an effect on territorial reorganization, with the expected expected to add 50,000 inhabitants to the regionaccording to Fonatur. In addition, it is expected to generate a series of economic benefits amounting to approximately 352.6 billion pesos.

With a new international airport in Tulum and the arrival of the Tren Maya, both Tulum and Cancun are on the brink Tulum and Cancun are on the verge of a new era of growth and development. Travelers from all over the world are eagerly waiting to discover this corner of the Mexican Caribbean, and the government is committed to making it even more spectacular to visit and to live in.

If you have ever considered investing in real estate in Tulum or CancunIf you have ever considered investing in real estate in Tulum or Cancun, now is the perfect time to take advantage of the opportunities and growth that the government is generating in this region.

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