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.
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, […]