When all this is over… Let’s help the tourism industry!

  • Restoring travelers’ confidence will
    be the biggest challenge facing the sector once the COVID-19 emergency is over.

optimistic in the current circumstances isn’t easy, but we need to do it if
we’re to get ahead once the crisis of the COVID-19 global pandemic has passed.
This emergency has allowed us to reinvent ourselves and look for areas of
opportunity. Once it’s over it will be time to join forces to move forward
because, as in every crisis, there is a calm after the storm.

forecasts indicate that many will stop traveling and spending on leisure and
consumer activities for fear of contagion. We believe it’s the right time to
lend a hand to the tourism industry.

do you think if, once this emergency is over, we focus on good actions for the
rest of 2020? Here are some recommendations.

Book a plane trip. As soon as it’s safe, book your next
flight. Remember, airlines have been affected the most by COVID-19, so they’ll
be back and raring to go. Prepare to take full advantage of all the discounts
and the many inexpensive travel packages that will be available towards the end
of the year.

Explore a new destination. When this is all over, the tourist
destinations will have been empty of visitors for months, so it will be time to
get out of the house and plan the getaway you left pending when this all
started. Or, venture out to discover a new destination.

your trip to the Riviera Nayarit 
here: Riviera Nayarit.

Vacation in Mexico. It’s time to visit all those places
you never had the time to explore, whether you have to hop on a place or you’re
just a few hours away by car. We’re sure the Riviera Nayarit will be a great
option. There are 23 coastal towns in this tourist destination located in the
municipalities in Banderas Bay, Compostela, San Blas, Santiago, and Tecuala,
each with great beauty and its own identity. Rent a car and visit them all!

a preview: Riviera Nayarit Destinations. 
Sleep in Mexico’s hotels. After four months of being closed,
your favorite hotel or resort will be waiting for you with doors wide open.
Want to know the best part? Most of them will have offers and promotions ready
that will allow you to travel within your budget while helping reactivate
businesses little by little.

offers and promotions here: Book your trip.
Eat at the restaurants. Restaurants in tourist destinations
have been especially affected during this emergency, so it will be time to help
get them back on your feet—of course, once they’re safe. The chefs will be
happy to cook for you, and the owners and managers will thank you! Don’t forget
to leave a tip for the waiters—remember they haven’t received one in a long

Buy Mexican products. Buying from Mexican stores supports
businesses that have experienced difficulties due to a lack of sales. Consume
locally and proudly boast that what’s Made in Mexico is truly well made!

Reserve guided tours. The DMCs, guides, and other tourist
service providers were severely affected by the crisis when trips and tours
were canceled. Once you can travel again, help the guides recover by reserving
private tours of your favorite sites or booking guided group tours. Everyone
will be happy to share their destination’s tourist attractions.

Explore: activities. 
Talk about your trip and spread the word that traveling is safe.
When you finally take that dream trip, tell everyone about it! Let everyone
know how much fun you had, how wonderful the destination you’re visiting is,
the delicious food you ate, and the wonderful hospitality of its hotels.
Encourage others to travel! 

There’s no doubt that, together, we can support the
tourism industry and help it pull out ahead!
Mexico’s Pacific Treasure will be here when the COVID-19 health crisis is over.
In the meantime:  #StayHomeWithRivieraNayarit | See What #AwaitsYou

our webpage:
The Riviera Nayarit Convention and
Visitors Bureau (CVB) and the Bahía de Banderas Hotel and Motel Association
(AHMBB) work tirelessly to promote the destination with the support of the
Government of the State of Nayarit via its Tourism Promotional Trust (Fiprotur).
The culture related tourism offer in the region is a key asset for these
promotional activities.

1 reply
  1. Unknown
    Unknown says:

    As much as We would love to travel, It probably won't happen until next year. Covid 19 , Canadian Border closures, airplane travel, just not possible


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