Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Q.R. — In a work meeting held at the Secretaría de Turismo offices in Cancun, Felipe Carrillo Puerto Mayor Mary Hernández presented the key tourism projects that will lead the municipality.
Hernández says the projects will see Felipe Carrillo Puerto recognized worldwide.
During the meeting, she met with the Secretary of Tourism of the State of Quintana Roo, Bernardo Cueto Riestra, and other prominent officials who analyzed the municipal projects.
Hernández reported that the projects include the opening of “Puerta al Mar”, the development of a tourism project in the community of X-pichil and the promotion of the seven lagoons in the ejidos of Santa Isabel, Noh Beck and Tihosuco.
The Secretary of Tourism, Bernardo Cueto Riestra, affirmed his commitment to support these projects, considering them a priority for Felipe Carrillo Puerto, especially with the imminent arrival of the airport and the Mayan Train stations.
In addition, they agreed to recognize the natural and cultural attractions of the area.
In June, National Geographic visited the municipality to document its Mayan culture and significant transformation.
Last week, mobile signal testing began along a stretch of highway dead zone after the installation of fiber optics. The fiber optics were installed as part of upgrades due to infrastructure projects such as the Tulum Airport and Maya Train.