Hi all! Well, sargassum season is back! This is an update on the sargassum status for May 2021: While Puerto Morelos has gotten a share of sargassum barriers are up, vessels are working out at sea to collect it before it arrives, and ground crews work hard to clean up what does arrive. So, ... » Learn More about Sargassum 2021
Is it safe to stay in vacation rentals? During the Covid crisis, it is difficult enough to fly on an airplane. But there are also questions on other aspects of travel. Once I get there, how safe is the hotel or vacation rental I’m using? There’s an article from CNN on June 23, 2020 ... » Learn More about Is it Safe to Stay in Vacation Rentals?
The world has been crazy, and we, at Las Casitas, have felt it too, adjusting booking and cancellation policies to meet the needs of our valued guests. We will be able to accept bookings again in June! So, book now without worry! Here’s a recap of our booking and cancellation ... » Learn More about Las Casitas Booking and Cancellation Policies
Like everywhere in the world, Covid-19 has affected Mayan Riviera travel, and our community generally. But authorities think we are in our peak and are looking toward the future and our collective new-normal. Current Situation (July 2020) In July, our area remains in Orange status. This ... » Learn More about 4 July Update! Covid-19 and Mayan Riviera Travel
Ahh… Spring Break is coming! That time of year when the Riviera Maya welcomes thousands of college spring breakers and associated major events! Don’t get me wrong. The Mexico tourism organizations love and welcome them and work hard to ensure a safe and fun environment. ... » Learn More about Spring Break is Coming! Is there an Alternative?