Mundo Maya has one of the most attractive offers due to its extensive cultural heritage, extreme sports and activities
The Mundo Maya Organization (OMM), made up of the states of Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico, with the participation of the states of Campeche, Chiapas, Quintana Roo, Tabasco and Yucatan, as part of its activities to promote the reopening of the tourist area; Hold a virtual business roundtable.
The special event, which took place from 27-29 July 2021, had a virtual platform where conferences, seminars, general information and business appointments were presented remotely between buyers, exhibitors and representatives of various tourism agencies, to set a common working agenda.
More than 200 exhibitors from all Mundo Maya countries and more than 250 buyers from 13 countries, including: the United States, Canada, Panama, the Dominican Republic and South American markets, including Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru participated in the event.
On behalf of Quintana Roo, share: Ecocolors, Community Tours Sian Ka’an, Centro Ecoturístico Kíichpam K’áax, Caminos Sagrados, Mayan World Adventures, Ventura Entertainment (Selvática, Ventura Park, Dolphinaris), and Latitud Maya and Ta’akabil Ja. who had the opportunity to present their tourism products and services to potential buyers on business hours.
Similarly, the State Secretariat for Tourism engaged with a special focus on the destination of Maya Can, due to its cultural and natural attractions, which led to great interest for agents and tour operators.
Similarly, the presentation “Mexico Caribbean, Safe Destination of the Mayan World” was conducted by the Undersecretary of Tourism Promotion and Director of Operation and Dispatch, Mtro. Andres Aguilar Bisrel, who spoke about the various mechanisms that the state of Quintana Roo has implemented, since the beginning of the epidemic, to preserve the health and well-being of the population and millions of tourists and visitors, such as programs: Certificate in Protection and Prevention in Tourist Facilities and Assistance to Guests. He highlighted the increased air connectivity to the Mexican Caribbean, and the influx of the summer holiday season.
“At Quintana Roo, we see a great opportunity to collaborate through the Mundo Maya Mexico Alliance in a coordinated manner in the interest of sustainable tourism development in the region, combined with the commitment and unity of the communities and companies that have adapted and done an excellent job. Through the application of safety and hygiene measures, which have allowed us to be a safe destination Today, which opens its doors to all visitors from all over the world,” concluded Andres Aguilar Bisrel, Head of Dispatch at SEDETUR.
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