Mazatlán is among the best beach destinations to invest in Mexico



The growth trend, according to the tourism sector, is estimated at 15 years, among hotels, condominiums, subdivisions, and restaurants, and expat retirement communities.

Mazatlan will also connect the West Coast with Eastern Seaboard US Markets with a new USMCA train corridor to Canada.

Experts have said it, nobody stops Mazatlan and goes with a view to being the ‘Miami’ of the Mexican Pacific, with a growth trend in 15 years in private investment.

Entrepreneur magazine, dedicated to the business sector, ranked “La Perla del Pacífico” as the second-best place to invest.

“Sinaloa presented a 57% increase in searches. It is a destination in the Mexican Pacific that attracts foreign investment, “says the page.

Emphasizing that the Sea of ​​Cortez Aquarium will be one of its next and most important attractions, due to its size, characteristics and for being called the largest in Latin America.

Given this, the Secretary of Tourism, Óscar Pérez Barros, said that governments that invest in tourism infrastructure make private investment arrive and grow since what they are looking for is attractive additions.

“Hotels, many hotel chains that want to associate with hotels and what they are most looking for are condominium towers and apartments and restaurants, in which private investment in Mazatlan stands out,” he said.

Pérez Barros said that throughout the period of state administration, private investment represented over 20 percent of total investment in the entire state, that is, around 3 billion pesos in Mazatlán.

For his part, the president of the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Spiced Food Industry of Mazatlán, Rodrigo Becerra Rodríguez, pointed out that it is this private investment that is putting Mazatlán at the top of the country, with a view to growing by 15 years.

“Mazatlán competes with any place in Mexico and the world, we have an incredible gastronomic offer that attracts private investment, it is part of the attraction,” he added.

Becerra Rodríguez mentioned that derived from the pandemic, the activity has been rising little by little, and even so, new restaurants have been opened, both national and local chains.

Other destinations that are cataloged and below Mazatlán to invest are Cancun and Cozumel, Quintana Roo, with 35 and 30 percent of search respectively; Acapulco, Guerrero, with 33 percent of search; Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, 20 percent search; while, Puerto Progreso, Yucatán, had a search of 18 percent in increase.

Destinations like Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco; Veracruz, Playa del Carmen, Campeche and Ixtapa in Guerrero, had a search drop of up 56 percent.


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