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Tulum officials keep the peace, say no more rave parties

Tulum, Q.R. – There will be no more rave parties in the quaint fishing village of Tulum. According to Roberto Palazuelos Badeux, president of the Asociación de Hoteles of Tulum, rave parties will no longer be allowed because they have a negative impact on the town.

Palazuelos Badeux says, “There will be no more rave parties because they bring many negative things such as a large generation of vehicular traffic. Also, such events are held all night and into the early morning, ending at 9:00 a.m. or 10 a.m.”

He explained that there is currently a good relationship between the municipal government and the hotel industry, and that together, they have managed to maintain peace along the popular coastal area where guests can relax and enjoy their holidays away from city noise.

He also says that all three levels of government have worked hard with the hotel industry to promote tourism and improve competitiveness. Tulum is a quiet area where domestic and foreign tourists come to stay for their holidays and stresses that events such as rave parties will no longer be permitted.

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