After lockdown, tourism returns to El Quelite to reactivate the economy


In the community of El Quelite, tourism returned to tour the town and to eat at the restaurant in addition to buy the products offered by the semi-fixed tenants who sell sweets, scrapings, crafts, souvenirs, and huaraches.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa (July 23, 2020) .- In the community of El Quelite tourism returned to town for the benefit of the semi-fixed tenants who sell sweets, scrapings, handicrafts, souvenirs, and also for the huaracherías.

The tourist promoter of El Quelite, Marcos Osuna, indicated that since July 8, the date on which the doors of the business opened, people began to arrive, but in the third week of July, the number of diners has grown significantly.

In addition to visiting the beaches, regional tourists from places such as Chihuahua, Zacatecas, Durango, Mexicali, and even some Sinaloans, come to this picturesque town to taste the typical food and buy cheese, machaca, and sweets that are prepared by the women from El Quelite.

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