Published On: Sun, Mar 12th, 2023

Cancun tourists average spending up by 20%

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The tourist numbers in Cancun and Quintana Roo state as a whole are increasing with each coming year, and this means more tourist dollars. Not only that, tourists are traveling with the intention of spending more than in previous years. Compared to 2019, average spending is up nearly 20%.

Aerial panoramic view of Cancun beach and city hotel zone in Mexico. Caribbean coast landscape of Mexican resort with beach Playa Caracol and Kukulcan road.

If the general rule of business applies here, then more demand will mean slightly higher prices for goods and services. Meaning that tourists might have to be prepared for higher prices, especially in Cancun.

For reference, a recent study indicates that tourists have about a 17.2% increase more than in 2019. This is attributed to “economic recovery” as well as “signs of positive consumer confidence in their respective countries of origin.”

Xel Ha Adventure Park Cancun, Mexico

Almost Half The Tourists Arriving In Mexico By Air Are Landing In Quintana Roo

It’s no doubt that Cancun is a busy place. The latest estimates from the Ministry of Tourism have revealed that around 21.5 million tourists will arrive in Mexico via air, and about 10.3 of those arrivals will be in Quintana Roo.

Cancun International Airport is also the busiest airport in the state of Quintana Roo by far, with the other being Chetumal and Cozumel.


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