Elite Traveler has included Riviera Nayarit in their list of recommendations for this upcoming winter

  • This magazine, which caters to high-end consumers, has included Mexico’s Pacific Treasure in their list of the most sophisticated destinations for this upcoming winter

In Riviera Nayaritluxury means culture. The prestigious magazine Elite Traveler has included the destination known as Mexico’s Pacific Treasure in their Travel Guide, as one of the most sophisticated destinations for this winter.
The most recent issue of this publication not only highlighted the most exclusive lodging options in our destination, but also presented the cultural wealth of Nayarit, dedicating an important part of their guide to the Huichol people, as well as their traditions and history, promoting tourists to visit their communities in the Sierra Madre.
The publication also highlighted the high-end infrastructure and the natural landscapes, which are ideal for romantic escapes, as well as family attractions like turtle release programs, whale watching and swimming with dolphins.
Elite Traveler is a publication that caters to the market segment that travels in private jet, with an average household income of 2.28 million USD, and is one of the most trusted guides for the most luxurious products available on the market. The magazine is distributed at mega yacht companies, private jets and other high-end services in more than 100 countries, which guarantee a certified circulation of more than 107,000 copies.
The article published in their most recent issue is the result of the PR actions made by the Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) of Riviera Nayarit, which include visits from international journalists, to allow them a first hand experience of our destination.
“The CVB of Riviera Nayarit is a public non-profit association dedicated to promoting tourism on the coast of Nayarit, from its southern border with Jalisco in Nuevo Vallarta to Novillero, next to bordering Sinaloa on the North, by integrating the promotion of historic and cultural sites”, stated the President of the CVB of Riviera Nayarit, Fernando González Ortega.
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