Secretary if tourism defends that Sinaloa is safe for US visitors


Óscar Pérez Barros indicated that a sample is that there are airlines from the neighboring country that will be establishing routes to Sinaloa in the future

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Sinaloa is safe, it can be visited at any time, where you can also travel in all its areas, said Óscar Pérez Barros, after the alert issued by the United States to his nationals not to visit several states of the Mexican Republic, among them, Sinaloa.

The State Secretary of Tourism defended the work that is done in terms of security, not only for visitors but for those who live here and promote the development of this region.

“I am focused on tourism and show that they come to live the experience so that they see the reality that Sinaloa is safe and that it is possible to travel quietly through the entire Historic Center of Mazatlán, Culiacán, and Los Mochis without any problem, I will always say that, always what we are promoting, and there is no way to live the experience, I am sure this event will be an example, the 4 thousand people who are there will live the experience that you and I know that Sinaloa is very safe ”.

Pérez Barros noted that a sign that Sinaloa continues to be reliable is the upcoming opening of new routes with airlines that will serve as a bridge with cities in the American union.

“Here speaking of Sinaloa, United Airlines has just told us that in one more week the flights are already open for sale, for example, the direct flight from Houston to Mazatlan is already open for sale, another very important fact that Sunwing is contemplating, one of the most important operators in Canada, well from October, Sunwing’s intention is to resume eight direct flights a week ”.

The Secretary of Tourism in Sinaloa highlighted that another clear example is the InfoAgro Exhibition that was inaugurated this Wednesday in the port of Mazatlán where participants from five countries of the world such as Spain, Israel, France, and Mexico attend in a hybrid way.


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