Last updated on June 16, 2017
Tulum, Q.R. – In an attempt to increase economic resources for the conservation of Tulum’s natural park beach area, a possible fee of 32 peso may be imposed as early as this summer.
The director of the Tulum National Park (PNT), Felipe Ángel Omar Ortiz Moreno, said that people who wish to have beach access at the beach at the National Park will have to pay 32 peso per person.
Ortiz Moreno explained, “We are really only going to apply the law to be able to have economic resources that go back to the conservation actions in the park that respond to the Federal Law of Rights for Protected Natural Areas.”
The beach access at the National Park is one of few public access points in the town.