Baja California Sur and Guanajuato will strengthen tourism ties

Baja California Sur and Guanajuato will strengthen tourism ties

Jul 21, 2016

La Paz, BCS.- The program ” Viajemos todos por Mexico” will strengthen the tourism collaboration between the states of Baja California Sur and Guanajuato.

The great air connectivity that has been recently established between these two states by Air Calafia airline, with daily flights between Los Cabos and Guanajuato, not only connects the beautiful beaches of Baja with the colonial city of Guanajuato, but also with other states of the region known as “Bajío”.

Genaro Ruiz reiterated the interest of Governor Carlos Mendoza Davis, for establishing partnerships between governments and the trade sector. They seek to promote tourism development in both regions and promote the growth of local tourism companies, such as Air Calafia; He stated that both states are contributing positively to promote domestic tourism, which is the central purpose of the program ” Viajemos todos por Mexico” (“Let us travel all through Mexico“).

Gerardo Ruiz, Secretary of Tourism, reported that he will work with the government of Guanajuato to agree the on joint strategies to promote tourism between the two states (photo:http://octavodia.mx)

Gerardo Ruiz, Secretary of Tourism, reported that he will work with the government of Guanajuato to agree on joint strategies to promote tourism between the two states (photo:http://octavodia.mx)

The Secretary announced the sun and beach, adventure, and cultural offer of Cabo is attractive for the domestic traveler, claiming the state has the capability to give the best attention to the tourist market.

Stated that this route will connect Cabo to Guanajuato, and also to some other cities in the Bajio, such as Queretaro, Leon, Celaya, Irapuato, Aguascalientes, San Luis Potosi and others.

He added that this route also offers to the all residents of Los Cabos and BCS state an excellent opportunity to approach these Central Mexico cities on business or pleasure.

Finally, the secretary concluded that Guanajuato is a destination with several options to know and enjoy, with two World Heritage cities San Miguel de Allende and the capital Guanajuato, five Magical Towns, four major archaeological sites and every day tourism events and activities such as the Wine Route or The Route of Tequila and Nopal. San Miguel’s gastronomic offer is also very important, as it was named “Capital of gastronomy for Latin America” in 2015; while this year, it will host the International Summit of Gastronomy.

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Aerial view of Guanajuato (Photo: ecotravelmexico.com)

Source: http://octavodia.mx/

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