The Ministry of Tourism, in addition to offering all the places in the city in Mazatlán, will promote the rural areas as well
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- After ninety days of training in hygiene protocols, modification of facilities, establishment of security measures, and strict international certification, Mazatlán and its beaches are declared ready to receive tourists starting on July 1, 2020.
This announcement comes right at the beginning of the summer, considered among the seasons with the highest demand for visitors at the “Pearl of the Pacific”.
All the tourist services of the destination that are part of the Responsible Tourism Chain will participate in the new normal, including the airport, tourist transport, hotels, restaurants, and tour operators, among others. “We are ready to deliver smiles and traditional Mazatlan hospitality to our visitors,” said Tourism Secretary Óscar Pérez Barros, Secretary of Tourism for the state of Sinaloa.
The hotels in the port are ready with all the sanitary measures, such as sanitizing filters, mandatory use of mouthguards, and applying the healthy distance in each and every space, both public and within tourist facilities and attractions.
The Secretary of Tourism has made a tour of different hotels in the port of Mazatlán to verify that they have all the sanitary measures recommended by the Health authorities.
Tourism offers the entire city of Mazatlán, but it will also promote the rural areas such as El Quelite, El Rosario, Copala, and Concordia.
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