Tourism sector in Puerto Vallarta is growing, but not as strong as last year

In 2018 tourism in Jalisco has maintained a sustained growth, although less than that reached in 2017 compared to 2016.

"Fortunately, tourism continues to grow in Jalisco. There has not been any fall despite the widespread insecurity reports about our state. The Hotel Association and the Visitors Office in Guadalajara and in Puerto Vallarta show positive results, although not as important as 2017 compared to 2016," said the head of the Secretariat of State Tourism, Enrique Ramos Flores.

So far this year, there is a cumulative 4% growth in the tourism sector in Guadalajara and 3% in Puerto Vallarta; however . . .

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