It will be in the first weeks of next month, when this strip reaches the shores of this coastal destination in Oaxaca, which, even before the pandemic, was customary to stay until March and April of the following year.
The first two flights will arrive next month, including on November 8, when the sector regains confidence in this tourist destination, after suspending its visits due to the Covid-19 epidemic.
In 2020, Canada suspended and suspended the departure of its nationals due to health conditions, a situation that is already comfortable during these months and even considering restrictions on travel to countries where there are more infections.
“There are a large number of Canadians who have their second home in Huatulco and they are starting to come in these months, and we are seeing more of an influx,” said Ricardo Pacheco, a member of the Tourism and Culture Board.
It is estimated that approximately 150,000 people from Canada come to this tourist destination annually, which represents a source of economic income for those engaged in tourism activities.
He emphasized that as an international tourist destination, they are ready for the arrival of people of other nationalities, the state and the state, because a large part of the population has already been vaccinated.
While on the Day of the Dead they expect a full house in institutions.
“This season is expected to be successful, and we expect a very good occupancy, besides the fact that we are achieving about three weeks with an average of 50%, and in the next few days we are expecting one hundred percent of the allowable capacity,” said a member of the Tourist Board of Huatulco.
Meanwhile, at the end of the year, more than 5,000 hotel rooms will be 100 percent occupied, according to the proportion permitted by health authorities.
Santa Maria Huatulco is still on a yellow epidemic traffic light due to SARS-CoV-2 infection, and in this sense, it has some full house reservations and is not putting people at risk.