Mexican Caribbean Pavilion Inaugurated at Tianguis Turístico México 2015By Romina Martínez Sánchez
Quintana Roo governor points to numerous attractions.
The governor of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, Roberto Borge Angulo, inaugurated the Mexican Caribbean Pavilion on the second day of the 40th edition of the Tianguis Turístico México, which is currently taking place in the coastal city of Acapulco.
Among those attending were members of the pavilion’s “promotion caravan”, including Darío Flota Ocampo, the Director of the Riviera Maya Trust Fund; Laura Fernández Piña, the state Secretary of Tourism of Quintana Roo; Jesús Almaguer Salazar, Director of the Bureau of Visitors and Conventions; and Carlos Gosselin, the President of the Cancún and Puerto Morelos Hotel Association.
Governor Borge stated his pride in showcasing the beauty of the Mexican Caribbean at an event like Tianguis Turístico México and highlighted the fact that Mexico has returned to the World Tourism Organization’s top ten most visited countries list of 2014, as stated by President Enrique Peña Nieto the day of the event’s inauguration.
On the topic of security for tourists, the governor Borge guaranteed the peace of mind of visitors and pointed to the high numbers of Spring Breakers who are in Cancún and the Riviera Maya. He also noted that the authorities are prepared to receive the large numbers of nationals arriving during the week before Easter.
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