The director of Economic Development, Tourism, and Fisheries said that investment in Mazatlan is sustained and that the tourism offer is better than other destinations
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The Director of Economic Development, Tourism, and Fisheries of the City Council, David González Torrentera, said that violence in Culiacán has no negative effects on the image of Mazatlan.
“You have to be clear, Sinaloa has many contexts, it has a great diversity in all its municipalities and obviously Mazatlan, it is a very different case to Culiacán, and this fact that happened without a doubt does not affect the image of our city; recently on a tour we did, Mazatlan stands out in these municipalities, and it must be said that people are very aware of what is happening in Mazatlan, ”he said.
He also said that the climate of insecurity that Mazatlan experienced in 2010 no longer affects the port, nor in previous ones.
“First of all, we know that the necessary prevention work is being done so that the horror story we live in 2010 and 2008 is not repeated, which was when the cruises withdrew from a wave of violence, and we have seen that the different corporations are generating good results, and investors point out that they come because of the quality of life that is offered, ”he said.
Finally, he added that Mazatlan has between 25 and 30 percent of tourist offer, compared to other destinations such as the Maya area and the Mexican South Pacific, which are around 15 percent of supply.
Source: reaccion informativa
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