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Nayarit Gears Up to Welcome Tourists for Holy Week

As the Easter holiday approaches, Nayarit is gearing up to welcome over a million tourists, both from within the country and abroad. Juan Enrique Suárez del Real Tostado, the Secretary of Tourism for the region, emphasized the recent accolades received by Nayarit, including recognition as the Best Destination and boasting the Best Beaches. These achievements have propelled Nuevo Nayarit and Punta de Mita into the top 10 Best Destinations list, setting the stage for an influx of visitors during the upcoming holiday period.… Read More

Tourism Boosts Nayarit’s Economy by Over Six Billion Pesos in December

In a recent update from the Secretary of Tourism in Nayarit, Juan Enrique Suarez del Real Tostado, it was revealed that the state witnessed a substantial economic influx during the month of December. Popular tourist destinations including Bahía de Banderas, San Blas, Compostela, Ahuacatlán, Jala, Ixtlán del Río, and Tepic experienced a surge in visitor numbers.… Read More

Explore Ceboruco: A Fascinating Active Volcano in Nayarit

Nestled in the heart of the picturesque municipality of Jala, the Ceboruco volcano stands tall, inviting adventurers and nature enthusiasts to experience its captivating allure. The area has become a magnet for tourists, drawing them in with its rugged terrain, stunning landscapes, and the ever-enticing fumaroles that continually offer surprising displays of warmth.… Read More

Nayarit: Emerging Tourist Hub Thrives on Sports and Nature

Nayarit, the picturesque Mexican state nestled along the Pacific coast, is rapidly gaining recognition as a top tourist destination, celebrated for its captivating blend of nature, culture, and gastronomy. Secretary of Tourism (Sectur), Miguel Torruco Marqués, recently unveiled an array of sporting and natural events that firmly position Nayarit as the preferred choice for travelers, both domestic and international.… Read More

50 million tourists arrive in hotel rooms in Nayarit in the first seven months of 2023

In a remarkable tourism boom, Nayarit, Mexico, welcomed a staggering 50.4 million tourists to its hotel rooms during the first seven months of 2023. This revelation came from Miguel Torruco Marqués, the Secretary of Tourism for the federal Government. His announcement showcased a robust surge in visitors, with national tourists dominating the scene, making up 73.1 percent of the total, while foreign tourists constituted 26.9 percent of the influx.… Read More

Clean and suitable for recreation beaches in Nayarit

Good news for beach lovers! The Secretary of Tourism in Nayarit, Juan Enrique Suárez del Real Tostado, has announced that the beaches in Nayarit are now clean and suitable for bathers. Extensive laboratory studies have been conducted, confirming that the waters are free from harmful contaminants, providing reassurance to both domestic and international tourists.… Read More

Nayarit seeks a tourism that promotes development for the good of the people

In a significant step towards promoting development and enhancing the quality of life for its residents, Javier May Rodríguez, the general director of the National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism (Fonatur), joined forces with Miguel Ángel Navarro Quintero, the governor of Nayarit, to establish a collaboration agreement. The agreement aims to transform tourism in Nayarit into an activity that prioritizes the well-being of its people. “All investments will be geared towards addressing the needs of those who require it the most,” emphasized May Rodríguez. … Read More

“Festival del Viento” will catapult Nayarit as a destination of international stature

The “Festival del Viento” (Wind Festival) in Nayarit, Mexico, is set to elevate the region’s status as an international tourist destination. Miguel Torruco Marqués, the head of the Ministry of Tourism, emphasized that Nayarit offers a wealth of natural, cultural, and gastronomic attractions that continue to gain popularity among both domestic and international tourists.… Read More