“We want to provide Brazilians with what they are looking for: sun, beach, Mexican tradition and culture”
Those were the statements of Mirabete Rolando, Director of the Tourism Board of Puerto Vallarta, in relation to the tour that recently ended in Brazil promoting the tourist destinations of Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit, which included training and workshops for more than 350 travel agents in the cities of Porto Alegre, Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte and Rio de Janeiro.
The promotion tour conducted by Puerto Vallarta and its strategic partner Riviera Nayarit, took place successfully from August 18 to 21 in Brazil, where travel workshops and seminars were provided.
At the end of the event was a raffle for participants including prizes of hotels and flights by Aeromexico for Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit vacations.
The workshops were led by Rolando Mirabete, Director of the Tourism Board of Puerto Vallarta and Pamela Zepeda, Sales Promotion for Riviera Nayarit, in addition to Aeromexico executive involvement and Entourage Vallarta and Nayarit with 11 hotel managers who provided details of their establishments.
Talking about this recent travel tour, Rolando Mirabete said: “Currently about 300,000 Brazilians travel to Mexico annually.
Puerto Vallarta held a similar event in the South American country and learned that the number of Brazilians who traveled to Mexico grew by 3.4%.
“We come to bring a complete and different product with an identity very Mexican: a destination of sun and sand, but with a great national tradition and tourist culture” stated Miravete.
Miravete further stated that Brazil already has wholesale operators who have great experience and promote both destinations. “The hotels in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit are quite varied and adapted to the needs and tastes of the traveler, either boutique hotels with personalized service and large Resorts. We have over 37,000 thousand rooms of comfort and high level, we believe that this is also appealing to the Brazilian traveler” he concluded.
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