Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - As the end of the year approaches, Puerto Vallarta's hospitality sector is bracing for a significant increase in tourist arrivals, with hotel occupancy rates expected to reach full capacity. This optimistic forecast has rippled through the local economy, with the restaurant industry preparing for a potential surge in patronage, potentially exceeding 90 percent occupancy.
Jorge Luis Carbajal Díaz, the president of the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry (Canirac) in Puerto Vallarta, has attributed this anticipated boom to the unfortunate aftermath of Hurricane Otis, which has left the popular . . .