The State will also present more than one hundred tourist attractions from November 16 to 19
MÉRIDA, Yucatan.- A range of more than 100 tourist attractions will present Yucatán at the Tianguis Turístico de México (TTM), which will be held in Mérida from November 16 to 19 of this year.
Among them, a theme park, diving in cenotes, exploration of caves and caves, Mayan villages, meliponarios, extreme sports, and its emblematic archaeological zones, informed the head of the Tourism Development Secretariat (Sefotur), Michel Fridman Hirchs.
They will present the Xibalbá park
The official added that the TTM includes the presentation of the Xibalbá theme park, located in the municipality of Valladolid, of the Xcaret Group, which will trigger the arrival of visitors to that area of the State.
He added that the tourism promotion campaign “365 days in Yucatan” will also be launched internationally since a visitor can spend a year in the entity to enjoy the great diversity of tourist attractions, ranging from archaeological zones, cenotes, theme parks focused on the Mayan world and much more.
Another aspect that stood out is the biosecurity to receive a large number of TTM participants, in which there will be a before and after of this maximum national tourism event.
“We are going to work on that, on taking advantage of this crisis, not only building better tourism, but also a new way of making a tourist market, with changes that have been needed for a long time. We do not intend to return to the same model of two or three years ago, we want to be a watershed, (make) an innovative, more efficient, and more in line with current needs, ”he argued.
He recalled that the TTM will be held from November 16 to 19, which is why we are working so that buyers from markets such as Europe, America, and Asia attend the event.
“We know that the tourist expo will be that great showcase, which it already was because it is the most important tourism fair in Mexico and Latin America, but now it takes on more relevance with the urgency of reactivating and recovering tourism after the Covid,” he added.