TULUM, Quintana Roo – In an official statement, Diego Castañón Trejo, the mayor of Tulum, announced that the upcoming summer vacation season is set to witness a significant influx of tourists to the destination. With a rich blend of cultural, culinary, and natural wonders, Tulum remains a top choice for both domestic and international travelers seeking an unforgettable getaway.
Following a period of low tourism activity, Mayor Castañón Trejo expressed his confidence that Mexican and foreign vacationers would contribute to a substantial economic boost across all sectors, including hospitality, dining, crafts, and local businesses. Recognizing Tulum’s growing popularity as a tourist hotspot, the mayor emphasized the importance of maintaining stringent security measures to ensure the tranquility and peace of mind that thousands of travelers seek. “Yes, the high season is approaching, and I believe we will receive a significant influx of tourists. Rest assured, we will take care of them and continue working around the clock,” he reassured.
The mayor also highlighted Tulum’s successful participation in various national and international tourism fairs and markets throughout the year, anticipating positive outcomes once again. Acknowledging the commendable efforts of the Tourism and Economic Development Department, he credited their accomplishments to the unwavering support of Governor Mara Lezama and President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Looking ahead, Mayor Castañón Trejo revealed Tulum’s participation in the upcoming International Magical Towns Fair in Los Angeles, California, scheduled for September. With high hopes for the fruitful promotion of Tulum as a tourist destination, the municipal authorities eagerly anticipate reaping the benefits of their tourism initiatives.
Tulum continues to captivate travelers with its pristine beaches, ancient ruins, and vibrant cultural heritage. As the summer vacation season kicks off, tourists from near and far can immerse themselves in the enchanting allure of Tulum’s natural beauty and cultural riches.