Quintana Roo

CANCUN In essence a tourist destination, Cancun was developed thirty years ago by the state government as an exclusive leisure epicenter. Unfortunately, it was devastated in October 2005 by hurricane Wilma, and had to be practically re-built in its entirety. In this respect, as well as for the amazing record of welcoming more than three million visitors a year, Cancun has exceeded all expectations, and is to this day home to many world class hotel chains, as well as offering a high quality of services infrastructure, always with the tourist in mind. As such, it displays countless options for entertainment and pleasure, such as diving through the colorful coral reef that form the Maya Reef, the second largest in the world; practice aquatic sports including windsurfing, jet-skiing or sport fishing; or ... Read more >>

Quintana Roo, together with the Baja California states, represent the youngest entities in the Mexican Republi ...

As it has been explained, the tourist state of Quintana Roo shares many aspects of its history, culture and tr ...

choose in-land activities like golf, mountain-bike and rappel, among many other options. ISLA MUJERES ...

Despite its youth within the Mexican modern federation, the state of Quintana Roo is now located fifth in the ...

With a total surface of 50,483 sq. kilometers and coasts extending some 900 kilometers, the state of Quintana ...

Tourism represents the major economic activity within the entity, contributing more than 90% of the GDP, which ...

Felix Arturo Gonzalez Canto, Constitutional Governor of the State of Quintana Roo, is an active member of Part ...

According to the latest population census run across the nation in the year 2005, the state of Quintana Roo re ...

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