What resort was the Cancun shooting?
the Hotel Xcaret México
According to Lucio Hernández Gutiérrez, state public security of Quintana Roo, the shooting took place at the Hotel Xcaret México, an upscale and all-inclusive resort costing several hundred dollars a night. It’s nestled in Playa del Carmen, a tourist town along the Caribbean coastline of Mexico.
Where was shooting in Mexico?
The attack took place in Michoacan state, which has been at the centre of spiraling drug-cartel violence in the country. At least 20 people have been killed and several others wounded in a mass shooting in central Mexico, authorities have said, in one of the deadliest attacks in recent years.
Is Consulate issues warning on Cancun?
“In light of recent security incidents and criminal activity in popular tourist destinations including Cancun, Playa Del Carmen, and Tulum, U.S. citizens are reminded to exercise increased caution when traveling to the state of Quintana Roo,” reads the notice on the U.S. Embassy and Consulate for Mexico’s website.
What happened at a resort in Mexico?
In October, an American and a German tourist were killed in crossfire between two drug gangs in the resort town of Tulum. The recent crime wave led President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to send 1,500 members of the National Guard to patrol the region.
What happened at Xcaret resort?
A Canadian citizen has been detained in Mexico after a deadly shooting at a hotel along the Caribbean coast that killed two Canadians and wounded one other last week. The attack took place Friday at the Hotel Xcaret resort south of Playa del Carmen. The attackers apparently had guest wrist bands to enter the resort.
What level is Mexico for covid?
Level 2: Moderate See all COVID-19 travel notices.
Are tourists being killed in Cancun?
In November 2021, four American travelers were hurt in an attack in Cancun when gunmen opened fire on the beach. The month before, a California travel blogger and a German tourist were killed in a shooting in Tulum.
Do Mexican cartels own resorts?
Right Robert…the cartels own many of the large resorts. People are always shocked by that.