#Cultura.- Due to the works that the federal government is carrying out as part of the Program for the Improvement of Archaeological Zones (Promeza), linked to the construction of the Jaguar National Park, the Ministries of Culture and Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development, together with the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), inform that the archaeological site of Tulum will remain closed to public visitation from May 15 to 22, 2023.
The above is a security measure before the beginning of construction works aimed at the renovation of the service unit and INAH facilities at the archaeological site.
The director of the INAH Quintana Roo Center, Margarito Molina Rendón, informs that in addition to prioritizing the safety of visitors and workers, these works will result in the optimization of the tourist experience within the heritage enclave.
The Jaguar National Park is an ecotourism project that considers the improvement of infrastructure and services to the public, taking care of the richness of the Natural Protected Area and valuing the archaeological heritage of the areas of Tulum and Tankah.
This federal initiative, which is linked to the Program for the Improvement of Archaeological Zones (Promeza), in addition to the construction of a new service area in Tulum, includes a new site museum.
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