Governor Roberto Sandoval took a quick trip to Spain to participate in the Tourism International Fair (FITUR), where he announced that Nayarit has been one of the Mexican states with the greatest growth, in touristic matters, for the last few years. During winter season hotels are 96 % full and the revenue is 250 million pesos (about US $ 17,300,000.00).
During his short stay in Spain, the Governor will continue to meet with foreign investors and will follow up with Nayarit’s conveyance and position in the International market. A stand was set up at FITUR to promote the four tourist brand names: Nayarit Colonial, Lagunas Encantadas, Sierra del Nayar and Riviera Nayarit. This stand has brought the attention of all participants. The Mexcaltitan Ballet demonstrated the artistic legacy of the entity. The talent of the Huacholes artisans was also demonstrated at their art exhibit at FITUR 2015.
At the Mexican Pavilion, Nayarit presented Tourism’s infrastructure new projects, such as Costa Capomo, recently announced by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, where more than ten thousand hotel rooms will be built with Portuguese investment. Such investment has put this location in first place as the largest foreign investment in tourism.
For the third consecutive year, Nayarit has been the recipient of the Excellence Award, promoted by the Spanish Editorial of the same name, which specializes in all kind of products and services in the world of communication and tourism. On this occasion, thanks to the quality of the water and the management of environmental matters, as well environmental education, Governor Roberto Sandoval had the privilege to accept this award, with the go ahead of Earth Check International, given the fact that Nayarit has 10 certified beaches.
FITUR is considered one of the world’s most important fair in the travel industry. It is the meeting place of tourism professionals, and the nod to accessible and issuing markets of Latin America. The governor pointed out that the European Market have been one of the main Nayarit’s investors and he will continue to work together to consolidate more projects related to tourism to generate work and revenues to the state.
Quintana Roo and Oaxaca Governors, as well as Sub secretary of Tourism Innovation and Development, Carlos Joaquin Gonzalez; Mexican Tourist Promotion Council director, Rodolfo Lopez Negrete and Hector Gomez Barraza, attended this fair.
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