End of controversy, Xcaret reschedules opening for June 15

After announcing its reopening for June 1, the Xcaret Group, chaired by Miguel Quintana Pali, decided to reschedule the opening of its flagship park and the Xcaret Mexico Hotel, until June 15, after “the most recent official health information ”And the controversy that was generated in this regard.

Just at the time of the announcement of one of the most representative groups in the Mexican Caribbean, a great controversy was generated about whether or not the destination should open on those dates. At night, the Governor of Quintana Roo Carlos Joaquín, as NITU.mx informed him, said that he would seek that tourism in the state be considered an essential activity to be able to open on June 1, but to employees who put things in order to be able to open if all goes well next day 8. 

It fills us with emotion to know that, in a few more days, we will have the opportunity to see each other again and embark on this new path together to make the planet happier by spreading our great love for Mexico.

Miguel Quintana Pali

The announcement made by the Xcaret Group was accompanied by a solid endorsement of health protocols, even backed by a certificate from Cristal International Standards.

The company announced the gradual reactivation of operations from June 1 with the reopening of the Xcaret Park and Hotel Xcaret México. Likewise, the company announced the implementation of the Xegurity 360 ° model, a robust plan of safety and hygiene protocols as a preventive measure against SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) with the aim of guaranteeing the safety of visitors. , guests, collaborators, and suppliers. This model includes the activation of 1,300 actions grouped into 104 categories. 

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Source: nitu.mx

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