Puerto Morelos is one of the Quintana Roo municipalities that will benefit from a CONAFOR (National Forestry Commission) reforestation initiative to rescue patches of jungle that have been ravaged by fire or hurricanes in recent years and restore them to their natural beauty.
CONAFOR has assigned $59.7 million pesos to support 56 individual reforestation projects in the districts of Puerto Morelos, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, José María Morelos, Balacar and Othon P. Blanco, affecting a total area of 2,889 hectares.
The area will be planted with 1,927,500 saplings of mahogany, cedar, ramon or breadnut, ciricote and chacteviga, all native species and important as a source of food for wildlife and for sustainable forestry.
Are you due for a visit to The Royal Haciendas for some Riviera Maya fun with your family? The little ones will love the new Aqua Park in the children’s pool in Phase 1 of the resort. With a grand opening on March 2, the slides, tunnels and waterfalls promise hours of watery fun for […]
We have some great news for families that vacation at The Royal Sands and love their home away from home. The renovation of the Activity Center, Kids Club and Family Room is underway and work will be completed in the first quarter of 2021. This will be a total transformation of all three spaces to […]