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Sea turtle nesting season 2018

How are the sea turtles doing this summer? It’s a slow sea turtle nesting season so far at Royal Resorts in Cancun with 60 turtles coming ashore to lay eggs on the beaches at The Royal Sands, The Royal Caribbean and The Royal Islander as of…
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Royal Resorts fine dining, an evening at El Conquistador

Offering tempting cuisine, sterling service and live guitar music in a softly lit setting, El Conquistador at The Royal Islander in the Cancun Hotel Zone is a perennial Royal Resorts fine dining favorite. People return year after year for an…
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Royal Resorts Spa summer, indulge with a luxury Babor facial

The Royal Resorts Spa at The Royal Sands and The Royal Haciendas is now offering a selection of facials and body wraps from the Babor® line of luxury skincare products. Babor® is a German company that is a world leader in skin care and…
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Royal Resorts Foundation supporting community causes

Here’s the latest news from the Royal Resorts Foundation and the work it is able to do to transform lives and protect the planet as a result of the generous support of Royal Resorts members, guests and employees.   Kitchen construction…
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Restaurant excellence, top marks for Grand Residences by Royal Resorts

For the second year running, the restaurant team at Grand Residences by Royal Resorts, our resort to the south of Puerto Morelos, has achieved a 100% score in Distintivo H inspections of the kitchens and food storage facilities. Distintivo…
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Discover Merida’s history by night

Are you planning a visit to Merida, the historic state capital of the Yucatan? If you are, don’t miss the colorful video mapping projections in the main square in the evenings. First up is Casa de Montejo, the 16th-century residence of the…
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Cozumel, sacred island of the Maya and dive paradise

Set sail from Playa del Carmen and a short boat ride across the turquoise and indigo waters of the Caribbean takes you to Cozumel, Mexico’s largest inhabited island. In ancient times it was the sacred island of the Maya but nowadays it is…
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Seaweed landings in the Caribbean

It is natural for seaweed to wash up on the beach from season to season, after storms and in the summer heat. However, this summer larger quantities of two species of seaweed known as Gulfweed or Sargassum (Sargassum natans and Sargassum fluitans)…
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Mexico welcomes even more visitors in 2018

The Mexican Tourism Board recently announced that in March, Mexico welcomed four million international visitors, 14.6 percent more than the same month in 2017. From January to March, the number of Canadian visitors to Mexico rose 17.4 percent…
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The world’s best city to visit, and it’s in Mexico

For the second year running, the readers of Travel & Leisure magazine have voted San Miguel de Allende, Mexico’s colonial jewel and UNESCO World Heritage Site, as the Best City in the World to visit. Another Mexican city, Oaxaca, also…