Today is the last day of the temporary Lukeville port closure, the re-opening begins tomorrow.

The port has been closed since December 4.

Businesses that relied on the cross border tourism to make a profit have suffered.

The ‘Why Not Travel Store’ went from making $10,000 a day to just $800 a day.

But the store manager Bernadette Nez said theyre expecting business to spike back up to normal tomorrow.

Were getting a lot of posts on our Facebook page of people saying theyre coming to say hi and see the lights and decorations and everything theyve missed,” Nez said.

The Morley Pedestrian gate will also re-open on January 4.