Mazatlan Carnival triggers economic spill on Isla de la Piedra


Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Indirectly, the carnival benefits Isla de la Piedra, whose beaches are frequented by tourism that enjoys the maximum party of the port of Mazatlan

The restaurant entrepreneur, Jesús Antonio Sánchez Solís, assured that since last Thursday, the tourist settlement began to register an increase of 30 percent in the influx of visitors.

He said that 99.5 percent of the tourism that currently visits La Piedra Island is of national origin, mainly from the states of Coahuila, Durango, Sonora, and Nuevo León.

The rest of the visitors, he specified, come from the United States and Canada, which enjoy the attractions of the ejido.

Sánchez Solís commented that at the end of the carnival, they will focus on “getting ready” for 40 days, to later be ready for the Easter holidays, to be held from April 10 to 16.

For those dates, he assured to expect an increase of up to 100 percent in hotel room reservations, the majority by a 100 percent national public.

“The tourism that has attracted the Mazatlan Carnival celebrations has benefited Isla de la Piedra, whose beaches are frequented by visitors,” concluded the businessman.

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