Call to increase tourist attractions to strengthen Sinaloa’s economy

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Codesin promotes the Cultural Center in El Fuerte; gastronomic tourism in the Évora Valley; Boca Palmita, oriented to nautical tourism in Altata Bay; the Lola Beltrán museum in El Rosario and the Cristo de la Mesa tourist parador, in San Ignacio

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Tourism products increase the value of this sector, increase the attractiveness and economic development of the regions, highlighted Alfredo Ruelas Solís.

The president of the Regional Committee for Economic Promotion of Codesin called for continuity in collaborative work between entrepreneurs, government, and society.

He stated that the recently opened La Mansión Pirata thematic museum in Mazatlán, with a total investment of more than one million dollars by Grupo Divierte, includes a complete experience for visitors who will be able to move, from their hotels and from the cave del diablo, in themed vehicles; They will experience the magic of the historical narrative of the time when pirates like the Englishman Thomas Cavendish arrived at the port in 1587.

“ This project began in 2018, and it would not have been possible without the well-coordinated work between CIT Sinaloa –Center for Investment and Trade-, with Germán Rivera, executive director, and Mara Cervantes, director of tourism investment; as well as the authorities of the Mazatlán City Council, the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Economy, to specify the attraction and development of investment that will be a direct and indirect source of employment for Mazatlan families, ”he said.

He added that other products promoted by Codesin to add value to tourism are the Cultural Center in El Fuerte; gastronomic tourism events in the Petatlán Valley and the Évora Valley; Boca Palmita, oriented to nautical tourism in Altata Bay; the Lola Beltrán museum in El Rosario and the Cristo de la Mesa tourist hostel in San Ignacio; all of them examples of attractions that increase the economic spillover of the regions, as well as the generation of jobs.

Source: elsoldemazatlan.com.mx

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