Tulum, Q.R. – Authorities of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) are installing a new ticket office for the archaeological sites of Tulum to help deal with long line ups during high season.
INAH says that during visitor high season, specifically during the winter and spring months, the archeological site of Tulum can average 8,000 tourists per day. Constructing a more efficient ticket office at the site where visitors can pay their entry fees will help alleviate long lines. Lengthy queues can be particularly troublesome when tourists are standing in the direct sun.
Adriana Velazquez Morlet of INAH says that construction is expected to be completed before the arrival of high season, which according to statistics, begins in mid-December. He explained that starting mid-December, visitor numbers into the park will average 5,000 per day and increase from there.