Mazatlan surpasses Cancun, Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos as investment and tourist destination


Mónica Coppel, State Undersecretary of Tourism, was very respectful and with great political vision did not want to contradict the mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez, who has ignored the state efforts in tourism, and said textually: “Mazatlan is on the rise and has grown more than Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Los Cabos. ”

In the interview she said that the port is recognized by tour operators and airlines; It has grown more than Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Los Cabos; at the Fiesta Amigos de Mazatlán, they said that “they are surprised at what happens in Mazatlan. Every tourist destination is different, every opinion is different, but I think we are doing very well and our governor (Quirino Ordaz Coppel), apart from being an excellent Governor, recognized nationally, is a businessman and has helped a lot not only Mazatlan but to the whole state to receive groups and tourists throughout the Sinaloan territory ”.

Coppel reiterated that Mazatlan growth in visitors, in tourists, but also in private and public investment; I think that the state and the municipality are doing their thing, in addition to the businessmen and business organizations, go forward, “we are not going to let this ship take another course because right now we are doing very well.”

It is unfair that Mayor Benítez Torres does not recognize the state government’s efforts in tourism, even having brought the Tianguis Turístico to Mazatlan, and non-contaminating businesses.

-“I can not tell; Everyone’s opinion is different; I think that the disappearance of the Tourism Promotion Council of Mexico (CPTM), has had an impact as part of the tourism sector, but Mexico is strong and has a great projection worldwide in the tourism industry, great diversity throughout Mexico and that we should not let our guard down. On the contrary, we must continue working, we as a state government and the municipality and the opinion of each one is respectable. Mazatlan is doing very well with a lot of future … ”

Source: sel

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