TULUM, Mexico – The unveiling of the new Tulum International Airport, coupled with the initiation of the Tren Maya and the strides made in the Jaguar Park, is set to redefine Tulum as the premier destination in the Mexican Caribbean.
Over the past few years, Tulum has successfully captivated the preferences of European, American, and Canadian tourists, attracting significant investments and bolstering both accommodations and visitors. This surge translates into job creation and opportunities for the local population.
Undoubtedly, 2024 will be a transformative year, emphasized by David Ortiz Mena, President of the Tulum Hotel Association. The implementation of these infrastructure projects not only enhances the promotion and recognition of the destination but also signifies a pivotal moment. The synergy between the private sector and municipal, state and federal authorities will formulate a strategy aimed at maximizing benefits for Tulum and its surrounding communities.
In the wake of 2023, with the establishment of the Caribbean Mexico Hotel Council, progress has been made in crafting a tourism agenda that aligns with the forthcoming federal administration. This approach prioritizes the needs of the sector, paving the way for new opportunities in development and growth.
As Tulum solidifies its status as a global hotspot, the convergence of the International Airport, Tren Maya, and Jaguar Park paints a promising picture for the region’s future. The collaborative efforts between public and private entities underscore a commitment to sustainable growth and prosperity. Stay tuned for a detailed exploration of these groundbreaking developments in the next edition of The Tulum Times.