Mexico is ready to offer a renewed and sustainable tourism

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Sinaloa travel agencies highlight the importance of participating in national forums to publicize all the beauties of the state.

The Magical Towns are quality destinations open to Mexico and the world, and ready to provide renewed and sustainable tourism, assured the Undersecretary of Federal Tourism , Humberto Hernández Haddad .

He recognized the support of the governors, municipal presidents and state tourism secretaries to achieve the success of the fourth Tianguis de Pueblos Mágicos Oaxaca 2022 held this week.

“Everyone worked for a common cause that is Mexico and positive results were obtained in the stands that lead to a tour of the Magical Towns of Mexico . All the guests take home a present full of progress,” he said.

In an atmosphere of hubbub, between native dances, regional music , smells and flavors of traditional Mexican cuisine, the flea market was closed , a ceremony presided over by the governor of Oaxaca , Alejandro Murat Hinojosa.

He asked those present to speak well of Oaxaca when they return to their states , because to speak well of the entity is to speak well of Mexico .

In this meeting, the travel agencies had business meetings with those who sell the products, services and tourist experiences that Sinaloa offers .

The Sinaloa Adventures representative , Laura Purón , highlighted the importance of participating in these forums to publicize all the beauties of the state.

“In these forums we have direct contact with the people who sell our Sinaloa throughout Mexico and in other countries such as the United States and Canada ,” he said.

Participation and results

132 Magical Towns participated in the event ; 2,223 exhibitors in 132 pavilions; 156 national and international buyers who had 1,699 business appointments and 50 traditional cooks from Oaxaca, Hidalgo, Yucatán and Morelos.

Until this Friday morning, 12 thousand people had visited the flea market, where the four Magical Towns of Sinaloa participated: El Rosario, Cosalá, El Fuerte and Mocorito.

Source: elsoldemazatlan.com.mx

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