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Tulum’s Jaguar Park scheduled to be finished in April

Tulum, Q.R. — Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa accompanied the Secretary of Agrarian and Territorial Urban Development (SEDATU) Román Méyer Falcón, in supervising progress of the Jaguar Park.

“This is a great work of the federal government, of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, which contributes to the growth and development of Quintana Roo as well as generating shared prosperity for all Quintana Roo residents,” said Governor Mara Lezama.

Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa and Román Méyer Falcón tour the park. All Photos: CGC February 23, 2024.

The Jaguar Park is a project based on protecting the archaeological zone and more than 1,000 hectares on conservation area that surrounds it. The park will offer visitors around 2 kilometers of trails to learn about the Mayan vestiges.

It will also consist of a connection between the Jaguar Park and the Maya Train, viewpoints, new access to the beach, rescue of the lighthouse, a Mayan culture museum, bird watching tower, restaurants and two kilometers of bike path and parking lots.

Governor Mara Lezama and Méyer Falcón highlighted that these two new kilometers of trails will give a spectacular view to all who visit this Jaguar Park.

Ecological and environmental preservation is merged with archaeological-cultural preservation, which provides a new experience for visitors, added Méyer Falcón.

In early February, the new Archaeological Zone of Tulum entrance located within the Jaguar Park opened. The park is scheduled for completion in April of 2024.