“Acapulco and Los Cabos have a lot to offer tourists”


In mutual support to promote tourism, the municipal president of Acapulco, Adela Román Ocampo and authorities of Los Cabos (Baja California Sur), Navojoa (Sonora) and Teotihuacán, inaugurated the exhibition of photographs “Destinations of Mexico” in the Paseo del Pescador.

In her message, the port mayor highlighted that Acapulco was the cradle of the tourist industry in Mexico and that our country was known through the Acapulco port and that it continues to be its window through the Pacific Ocean, despite the abandonment by past federal governments.

She said that Acapulco and Los Cabos, cities that will soon be twinned, have extraordinary natural beauties as can be seen through the images displayed, showing that both destinations have much to offer tourists.

Román Ocampo reiterated that Acapulco is looking to once again have connectivity with different municipalities in the country through direct flights to receive and capture both national and foreign tourists so that the twinning that we are going to destinations in the country will take place.

Paseo del Pescador y playa Manzanillo

In turn, the municipal president of Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Armida Castro Guzmán expressed her desire to “join in the effort that entrepreneurs have always made to promote their destinations. “Today from Los Cabos and Acapulco we are going to share with the world that we are a single destination and that if you are going to travel, the offer is to travel through Mexico,” she said.

She stressed that her government will promote to visitors who arrive in Los Cabos the beauties that exist in Acapulco, as well as the tourist offer and gastronomy that exist in other places of interest such as Teotihuacán, which governs, Jaime Heredia Ángeles, who was present at the event. , with the objective of promoting tourism in the country.

While the municipal president of Navojoa, Sonora, María del Rosario Quintero Barbón, congratulated Mayor Adela Román for the work done in improving the image of the destination, “I think that nobody here in Acapulco was going to oppose an inclusive project like This is the rescue of the beaches and (Manzanillo) for the recreation of people with disabilities, because it is a sensitive, humane and close government to its people, ”she said.

Previously, on behalf of the Secretary of Tourism in Acapulco, José Luis Basilio Talavera, the undersecretary in charge of the promotion, Iván Ruiz Vargas, commented that the exhibition of photographs presented in the Paseo del Pescador, will also be exhibited in Los Cabos with the purpose to promote Acapulco.

Inauguran Paseo del Pescador

Source: enfoqueinformativo.mx

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