miércoles, 3 de febrero de 2016

Zika virus hasn't been found in Quintana Roo

Zika virus hasn't been found in Quintana Roo

In Quintana Roo has not recorded any case of Zika, the entity remains free of the disease and works to continue, said the State Secretary of health, Juan Lorenzo Ortega Pacheco.
The official recalled that the National Center for Disease Control and prevention programs (Cenaprece) issued the past 18 January “Declaration of emergency epidemiological EE-1-2016 for all the federal entities of Mexico in the presence of cases of Zika virus, to strengthen and reinforce the actions of care and clinical management, Prevention, promotion and control, in order to reduce the impact of the disease among the population, with an emphasis on pregnant women”. The recommended measures are of a preventive nature before the who alert.
The Health Secretary said that the instance empowered to issue emergency and epidemiological alerts is the Cenaprece, which issued declaring epidemiological emergency for all the Federal States, strictly preventive.
-These protocols are required procedures for health institutions running or put in place preventive measures that apply, is not, any form one “epidemiological alert” and much less is exclusively directed to Quintana Roo - he said.
He pointed out that the Zika is treated with the same dedication, Prevention and surveillance measures, in the case of dengue fever and chikungunya, urging the population to take preventive measures.
Ortegon Pacheco indicated that Aedes Aegypti participate in the fight against diseases transmitted by the mosco 448 workers in the area of vector, supported by 57 vehicles, 52 machines ULV, 102 motomochilas, 35 termonebulizadoras, 12 Manual sprinkler pumps and 26 pumps Hudson.
In this respect, the federal Ministry of health, Mercedes Juan Lopez, recommended to the population in general, especially in pregnant women, take the necessary preventive measures, especially in Chiapas, Campache and Yucatan to prevent disease, that Aedes Aegypti is transmitted by the bite of the moso.
-In Mexico there are no cause for alarm thanks to a year, When it reported the first cases of Zika in America, the health sector was prepared to deal with this situation - he said.
Preventive measures for the population in general are basically the same recommended against dengue and chikungunya: wear long-sleeved shirt and apply mosquito repellent, clean the streets and courtyards of pots that accumulate water because in them you can nest vector, wash and cover deposits of water for human consumption and set nets in the home.
In the same way, Jesus Almaguer Salazar, Director of the Cancun Convention & Visitors Bureau (OVC), He stressed the preventive measures taken in the State. “We applaud the protocols and sanitary measures that the Government of Quintana Roo after, through the State Secretariat of health, in accordance with the directions of the Federal Government, to prevent this disease in the entity”, added.
On the other hand, stressed that the who recommended yesterday, 1 February, which are not issued travel restrictions to the regions that reported cases of Zika and made recommendations on the Protocol to be followed, both for visitors and for the authorities of these regions.
On the other hand, the Governor Roberto Borge Angulo sent a message to providers of tourist services, travel agencies, tour operators and wholesalers to reiterate that Quintana Roo Zika and free that apply the protocols and preventive measures with strict attachment to the procedures established for the care and the peace of mind of those who live here and our visitors.

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viernes, 29 de enero de 2016

5 reasons to visit Playa del Carmen

1. Beaches
The beaches are especially popular among tourists from Canada, Europe and Argentina. Just to the south is the ferry dock to Cozumel and to the north there are plenty of restaurants, bars and dive shops, which line the long stretch of beach for miles.

2. Golf
How’s your swing? Find out while enjoying spectacular views from greens designed by the world's best course architects.

3. Nightlife
Ready to party ‘til dawn? Playa's after­dark party scene draws a festive crowd!

4. Spas
Indulge in desert healing treatments in sumptuous resort wellness centers designed just to make you feel 100% relaxed.

5. 5th avenue
The main area for tourist activity, La Quinta Avenida (5th Avenue), is a long stretch of pedestrian walkway a couple blocks from the beach with hundreds of shops, bars, restaurants and small boutique hotels. Enjoy the warm Mexican sun as you leisurely stroll along this trendy strip, do some souvenir shopping and grab a bite to eat, all before hitting the beach.

Live the mexican caribbean experience at Le Rêve



lunes, 18 de enero de 2016

7 Reasons to Love Riviera Maya

7 Reasons to Love Riviera Maya

7 Reasons to Love Riviera Maya

Take in the beauty, nature and culture of this Mexican paradise
With spring break just around the corner, nothing reads as the perfect holiday destination quite like this beautiful slice of Mexico. Located in the state of Quintana Roo, on the eastern side of the Yucatan Peninsula, the Riviera Maya has long been a popular vacation spot, and for good reason: With long stretches of white sand beaches, endless aquatic activities, historic Mayan ruins, incredible food, world class spas and a thriving nightlife, the Riviera Maya can accommodate every type of traveler.  Here are 7 reasons why we keep on going back for more.

1. The Great Mayan Reef  

things-to-do-in-riviera-mayaAlso known as the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, this stunning underwater stretch that starts near Cancun and extends down the Caribbean coast is a Unesco World Heritage site and one of the most breathtaking, awe-inspiring places to observe sea life in its natural habitat. Second only to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, one of the best places to gain access is from the small coastal town of Puerto Morelos. A great snorkeling spot because the reef is close to the surface of the water as well as the shore, there are many outfits (like Wet Set) that will take you to all the best spots.

2. Tulum

This bohemian chic beachside town has long been an “it” destination for travelers in the know. With eco-resorts, yoga aplenty, world-class restaurants and an overall cool, Brooklyn vibe, Tulum is less than a 2-hour drive from Cancun and worth the trek if only to grab a fresh fruit shake or paleta (Mexican popsicle) at Flor de Michoacán or eat dinner at the uber fashionable, electricity-free Hartwood restaurant.

3. Mayan Ruins

things-to-do-in-riviera-mayaNo matter where you’re staying, chances are you’re not too far from a Mayan ruin site and the three most popular ones are Chichen Itza, Coba and Tulum. If you’re going to visit just one, make it Chichen Itza, as it’s the largest and most impressive of the lot (and ranks as a top site among all the Mayan ruins). With a substantial amount of archaeological restoration and well cared for grounds, its most recognizable features is a massive stepped pyramid (El Castillo, pictured right) that dominates the ancient city.

3. Whale Sharks

Between the months of March and September, whale sharks migrate to the warm Caribbean waters to feed on plankton. Traveling in groups of up to 100, these majestic creatures are the largest fish in the sea and can measure up to 40-feet. Docile and peaceful, snorkeling with these beautiful beasts is at the same time fascinating and humbling. Solo Buceo offers excellent tours, and don’t forget to wear biodegradable sunscreen (it’s better for the water and the the fish).

5. Cenotes

things-to-do-in-riveira-mayaFor those who are weary of the strong Mexican sun and want to experience something a little more shaded, look no further than the area’s many cenotes, or underwater swimming caves. With clear, calm turquoise waters rich in minerals (and sea life), this soothing, spa-like experience is sure to put you right into relaxation mode. Some worth checking out include Cenote Yokdzonot, Cenote Azul and Cenote Dos Ojos.

6. Spas

A day at the spa is the ultimate vacation indulgence and there are plenty of options here in the Riviera Maya.

7. Cancun Nightlife

While some people come to this area to read a good book on the beach and drink a couple cervezas, others might want to hit the clubs and line up those shots of tequila. If the latter is more your speed, Cancun is the place to be. With bars and clubs on a mini-Vegas scale, places like Coco Bongo have acrobatic shows, neon lasers, showers of confetti and exotic dancers, whereas The City is known for its international DJs and foam parties. If you’re looking for live music, Congo is an open air space with inexpensive drinks and bar-top conga lines to get the party started.

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jueves, 7 de enero de 2016


El festival BPM, es por excelencia a nivel mundial uno de los mejores festivales de música electrónica de 10 días en cuanto a house y techno se refiere. Las fechas para 2016 en su regreso a Playa Del Carmen en la Riviera Maya, México. Son del 8 hasta el 17 enero del 2016.

The BPM Festival is worldwide one of the best electronic music festivals. 10 days of house and techno is concerned. Dates in 2016 on his return to Playa Del Carmen on the Riviera Maya, Mexico are 8 to 17 January 2016.