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Tourism is Back in Full Swing in Cancun, Mexico

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Cancun is back, better than ever! Over a hundred Mexico resorts 
have reopened and the state tourism minister predicts Cancun will 
draw as many visitors in 2006 as it did two years ago. And the 
travel deals are great! If you haven't been, now may be the best 
time to take a vacation to Cancun. 

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Tourism is Back in Full Swing in Cancun, Mexico
Copyright © 2006 Jon Wuebben

<B>Cancun is back, better than ever!</B> Over a hundred Mexico resorts 
have reopened and the state tourism minister predicts Cancun will 
draw as many visitors in 2006 as it did two years ago. And the 
travel deals are great! If you haven't been, now may be the best 
time to take a vacation to Cancun. 

Since Hurricane Wilma hit in late October, the clean up has been 
moving fast. In fact, commercial and charter flights are back on 
regular schedules and many of the Cancun hotels, restaurants, 
bars, shops, golf courses and clubs have reopened. Even the 
ancient Mayan sites of Tulum and Coba are open and looking better 
than ever. In an effort to repair the beaches, engineers have 
been working around the clock building the equivalent of two 
American football fields of beach a day by collecting the 
displaced sand, from 22 miles off shore, onto two ships and 
re-depositing it back in it's original location. 

The hotels and shops in Cancun continue to deliver exceptional, 
very personalized and attentive service. Clearly, Cancun wants 
everyone to come on back!

<B>Additional Notes about the Restoration</B>

<B> * Beach Restoration Project Moving Forward:</B> A $17 million 
   beach restoration project, funded by the Mexican government, 
   is currently underway. The project, which is expected to take 
   about eight months to complete, will restore and augment 
   beaches along the 7 1/2-mile stretch between Punta Cancun and 
   Punta Nizuc.

<B> * It's a Divers Paradise:</B> Divers are enjoying less crowds, great 
   conditions and personalized service now that those areas have 

<B> * Helping Get the Word Out:</B> Expedia is working 
   closely with travel industry partners in Cancun to create 
   more awareness about the region as well as setting up smart 
   business practices for local merchants that will keep more 
   money in the local communities. 

<B> * New jobs:</B> Cancun has added 10,000 new jobs since the Hurricane

<B>Its time to go to Cancun</B>

So, when you make travel plans this year, don't forget about 
Mexico's number one vacation destination. Cancun has received a 
real facelift with remodeled shopping centers, new hotels and 
restored beaches. The government, business owners and local 
people look forward your arrival.

This article was written by Jon Wuebben, of Custom 
Copywriting. Jon writes select pieces about travel 
in Mexico for the <a href=>JW 
Marriott Resort in Cancun</a> 



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