Welcoming 39.3 million visitors in 2017, 12 percent more than in 2016, Mexico has climbed two more places in the World’s Most Visited Countries listing and is now in position number 6. Since 2013, Mexico has climbed from number 15 to number 6, representing growth of more than 62 percent. The rankings are calculated by the United Nations World Tourism Organization.
The state of Quintana Roo welcomed 17 million visitors in 2017, accounting for 43.2 percent of the total for the country.
From its spectacular shorelines, breathtaking landscapes and diverse wildlife to ancient cultures, colonial cities and rich traditions, Mexico has endless tourist attractions and something for everyone.
In addition to its world-famous Caribbean and Pacific beaches, Mexico offers historical and cultural trips, visits to communities with timeless traditions, handicraft workshops and festivals; gastronomic tourism, ecotourism and adventure sports such as caving, mountaineering and hang gliding; sailing, fishing and diving, golf and spas, among others. The hospitality of the Mexican people is legendary and accommodation options range from ultra luxurious resorts to historic haciendas and thatched cabañas.
Endless discoveries await visitors to Mexico. In 2017, the Mexico Tourism Board launched a new marketing campaign called Mexico, A World of its Own that showcases the country’s diversity and reveals its landscapes, history, communities and colorful festivals, showing that there’s so much more to discover beyond its beautiful beaches.
We are proud to announce that Grand Residences Riviera Cancun is up for two awards, Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice 2021 and the World Travel Awards. If you have stayed at Grand Residences and loved it, you can support it by voting in both contests. We hope that you will tell your family and friends […]
We would like to share information from the Quintana Roo State Government about a new Visitor Tax or Tourism Use Fee now in effect as of April 1, 2021. The fee will be charged to all international visitors to the Mexican Caribbean over the age of 15 and is $224 pesos (approximately US$10) per person, […]