Riviera Nayarit will present a 387 sq. ft. stand at the 2011 edition of the Touristic Festival to surprise and show the world the great travel experiences that Riviera Nayarit has to offer. This event is the most important touristic fair in Mexico, and will take place on March 25 to 28 at the International Convention Center in Acapulco.
The magic of our destination will reach the touristic fair, which is expected to have over 500 exhibitors in this unique forum where national and international buyers will meet with the main hotels and touristic service providers in Mexico.
Riviera Nayarit will present an interactive space, just like it did at the International Tourism Fair of Madrid (Fitur) last January. An artificial beach, the coffee of Riviera Nayarit, the attendance of artists of the Mexcaltitlan ballet and many surprises await participants, as part of the promotional strategy of this destination.
A large part of business operations between national and American tour operators and service providers in our destination have already taken place at the Gala Vallarta. However, the Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) of Riviera Nayarit will hold a busy meeting agenda with several clients that will visit us for the first time from Europe and South America, after being invited by the CPTM, giving us the opportunity of landing new sellers in our destination.
TUI uk, Euroandino, TTS Viajes, Aero la Plata, Delfos, Orizonia, Barcelo Viajes and Consult House Travel are some of the South American and European businesses that have approached Riviera Nayarit seeking to establish a relation with our destination.
Riviera Nayarit is the newest destination in Mexico, spanning for over 190 miles through the coast of the Pacific, framed by the spectacular mountains that unfold only a few minutes north of Puerto Vallarta International Airport.
The destination is still largely undeveloped, and extends from the resorts in Nuevo Vallarta to Boca de Teacapan, including the exclusive zone of Punta Mita, the spectacular Bahia de Banderas and the historic and colonial town of San Blas.
The region offers luxury and eco-touristic resorts, boutique hotels, world-class surfing, six professional golf courses, native wildlife that includes sea turtles and tropical birds, and offer adventures on the mountain and islands, local art and traditional Huichol handcrafts, completed with charming fishermen towns and miles of serene beaches.