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Cancun, QR. The new head of the local Tourism Secretariat (He will sit down), Bernardo Cueto Riestra, confirmed that the agency will participate in the Spanish Tourism Fair (Fitur) in its 2022 edition, accompanying the Tourism Promotion Council of Quintana Roo (CPTQ).

The official announced that during said forum they will take the opportunity to present before the representatives of the World Tourism Organization, as well as all the commercial partners of Quintana Roo, the health security plan to guarantee that the state’s destinations are safe and meet all the standards to receive international tourism in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.

They will explain to the interested parties that the Certification for Sanitary Protection and Prevention in Tourist Facilities has nine specialties dedicated to the same number of tourist segments such as diving, marinas, spas, taxis, golf courses, congresses, sporting events and cruises.

Cueto Riestra stressed that although there is an increase in Covid-19 infections, it is important to maintain the promotion strategy. “The presence of the Mexican Caribbean in these fairs is very important.”

Fitur will take place from January 19 to 23 in Madrid, Spain, in person, where the Mexican Caribbean Pavilion will have an extension of 120 square meters, 18 work tables and the participation of more than 10 companies, within the which are considered: Bestday, Akumal Bay Beach & Wellness Resort, The Reef Resorts, Ayuntamiento Tulum, Sunset Group, The Dolphin Company, Pronalab México, among others.

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It should be noted that the Spanish market is one of the main sources of tourists to the Mexican Caribbean. In 2019 alone, the country received more than 390,000 arrivals, of which more than 167,000 arrived in Quintana Roo, which represent 42% of the total nationwide.

In addition to this, the Mexican Caribbean has 14 hotel chains of Spanish origin, representing more than 35,000 rooms, distributed between Costa Mujeres, Cancun, Cozumel, Riviera Maya and Tulum.

Among the novelties for 2022, is the opening of the Paradisus Playa Mujeres hotel, of the Spanish chain Meliá, in addition to the inauguration of approximately 10 luxury resorts during the first half of the year also of Spanish chains, Cueta explained. Risk.

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