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Mexican Caribbean records 81 percent occupancy rates during first long weekend of 2023

Riviera Maya, Q.R. — Destinations of the Mexican Caribbean registered an average occupancy rate of 81.6 percent with the presence of 480,956 national and international tourists.

Governor Mara Lezama said those figures were the result of the first long weekend of the year, on the commemoration of the anniversary of the Promulgación de la Constitución Política of the United Mexican States.

According to the Quintana Roo Secretary of Tourism, the arrival of travelers in Quintana Roo were recorded in Cancun, Puerto Morelos, Costa Mujeres, Isla Mujeres, Cozumel, Riviera Maya, Tulum, Holbox, Kantunilkín, José María Morelos, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Bacalar, Chetumal, Kohunlich and Costa Maya-Mahahual.

Travelers had the opportunity to visit some of the 12 archaeological zones of the state, among which Tulum and Chacchoben stand out, which last year received 1,356,852 and 168,879 tourists, respectively.

The state agency pointed out that Quintana Roo is connected to 41 U.S. cities tin addition to 28 destinations in Mexico, 23 cities in Latin America, 20 in Europe and 18 in Canada.

International travelers who visit the state the most are Americans, Canadians, Argentines, English, Brazilians, French, Colombians, Germans, and Spanish.