Tourism Expo: They promote tourist attractions in Bacalar, Canada

Alejandro Pisa/Nauticaribe Peninsula

Chetumal.- A group of tourism businessmen from Bacalar participated in the conference “International Travel and Tourism Exhibition 2023” Which was held from November 3 to 5 in Canada and business meetings were held with representatives of travel agencies from more than 100 countries.

During the exhibition, the delegation of hoteliers and restaurants from Bacalar, supported by Lisette Pérez Marin, CPTQ Promotion Director, held business meetings with travel agencies from Quebec, Manitoba and Ontario, as well as with representatives of airlines and agencies. On European trips and participated in conferences and gastronomic events; The delegation also presented a group of artists who… They provided musical and cultural celebrations, especially those related to the Day of the Dead.

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“Montreal is the largest city in the province of Quebec, a prominent French-speaking region, and a population closely linked to cultural and adventure tourism, which is the tourist segment we seek to welcome to Bacalar,” explained María de Jesús Rodríguez Romero, President of the Bacalar Hotels and Restaurants Association.

During the three days that the exhibition lasted, the delegation of hoteliers and restaurateurs who visited Montreal took the opportunity to distribute a tourist map to visitors to their pavilion, as well as a video promoting the beauty, culture and culture of Lake Bacalar. Historical offer, as well as the potential available to investors.

Maria de Jesús reiterated that the approach to attracting tourists and investors to the municipality of Bacalar is linked to sustainability and orderly and orderly growth.

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“For us, the presence of business people who are part of the Bacalar Hotels and Restaurants Association in Montreal was a great opportunity to promote the destination among the Canadian population, who fully identify with the concept of sustainable development.

The president of the Bacalar Hotel and Restaurant Association stressed her gratitude to the CPTQ, as well as to the Minister of Tourism and the state government “for the support they gave us to attend this exhibition, which is another exhibition we visited” this year 2023.

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