The Secretary of the Mexican Navy Says Sargassum on Riviera Maya Beaches will be gone in Six Weeks.|
This was disclosed in a news article that appeared on August 2, 2019 in the Mexico News Daily. Efforts by over 10,000 people and new equipment has disposed more than 57,000 tons of the material. Helping matters are changes in wind and current patterns.
Although Sargassum can be difficult to have around because of the pungent odor, tourism continues to improve in the Riviera Maya area of Mexico. Grupo Vidanta opened in July its Luxury Water Park. This is just one example of attractions that continue to lure International travelers to Mexico’s Caribbean beaches. Stay tuned...
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