Luis Villasenor NolascoPuerto Vallarta Tourist Trust Director, reported that during the Tianguis Tourism starting this Tuesday in Merida, Yucatan, this destination will be present and three different agendas will be presented that will include more than 100 meetings with 16 countries, talking about opportunities for action.
In addition, 16 very important appointments will be attended with airlines and national and international partners, most of whom are from United States and Canada. This is in order to resume the results of the collaborative campaigns that were implemented as a destination this year and to start talking a little bit about the actions that will be implemented in 2022.
Observations will also be generated, and more than 20 interviews will be conducted with different national sources dealing with meeting tourism and luxury tourism.
“With the convention center, we will attend meetings on the topic of meeting tourism as well as meetings with delegations from the European and US media to update all the measures that have been implemented in Puerto Vallarta and that Jalisco has been a pioneer in managing the epidemic.”
He noted that the new restrictions announced last week will also be announced, as hotels can already operate at 100% occupancy and Puerto Vallarta is the first destination in Mexico that can carry out these operations This commends the excellent work that is being done in the state.
“Hotels from Puerto Vallarta are also coming in along with tourism service providers, and there will be a large pavilion to launch the message of the Mexico Tourism Activity Unit to major buyers in Mexico as well as to international buyers attending this important event, that the country is open. Puerto Vallarta operates with great interest in health protocols and breaking Record numbers in economic revitalization.
It is worth noting that this event will also be attended by the governor of the state, Enrique AlfaroAs well as the general strategic coordinator for economic growth and development, Xavier Orendáin de Obeso The Minister of Tourism, Claudia Vanessa Perez Lamas.