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Condé Nast Traveler Spain Explored Nayarit
- This trip took the international journalists beyond the Riviera Nayarit into Colonial Nayarit, including the capital.
Reps from the Spain edition of Condé Nast Traveler magazine recently explored the Riviera Nayarit and Colonial Nayarit during a press trip by invitation of the Public Relations desk of the Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB).
Condé Nast Traveler was launched in 1999 and is the favorite title of the seasoned traveler. Its content covers the most exciting destinations and how to enjoy them to the maximum with complete information on hotels, restaurants, shopping, trendy spots and more. The Spain edition has over 17 thousand print issues and over a million unique visitors online plus over five million page views at www.traveler.es.
Journalist Federico Oldenburg and photographer Cristóbal Prado were tasked with capturing the best stories and best angles of Nayarit, which they will go on to share with their thousands of followers.
The trip began in Tequila, where they left to go to Jala to enjoy the local products and the many charms of this Magic Town. After visiting the Ceboruco Volcano, they went to Ahuacatlán and later Tepic. Once they arrived at the capital their activities focused on gastronomy.
The next step took place in the Riviera Nayarit, starting in Compostela for a taste of locally grown coffee. When they arrived in Sayulita they were received with an ample itinerary that included clothing shops and those selling the more traditional handicrafts. There they shopped and ate like kings.
Once their visit to Nayarit was ended, the journalists continued on to Puerto Vallarta, where the Tourism Trust continued the activities for this jointly-planned press trip.
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