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By land or by sea? Find out what the El Sinaloense train and the Mar de Cortés Cruise offer

Sinaloa, a Mexican state known for its natural beauty, is set to offer two remarkable tourist experiences that will captivate visitors and locals alike. Whether you prefer exploring by land or sea, these projects promise to showcase the region’s sun-soaked beaches, majestic mountains, and enchanting landscapes. Approved by the Federal Secretary of Tourism, Miguel Torruco, and Governor Rubén Rocha Moya, these initiatives are poised to enhance Sinaloa’s tourism offerings.… Read More

Mazatlán registers 80 percent reservations for the summer

Mazatlán, known for its stunning beaches and vibrant culture, is gearing up for a bustling summer vacation period as the hotel industry reports an impressive 80% reservation rate, with expectations of fully booked accommodations on weekends. The hotels lining Del Mar Avenue are witnessing a surge in reservations, primarily from tourists hailing from Monterrey, Chihuahua, the Bajío region, and Mexico City.… Read More

“Discover Sinaloa” is presented in the Évora region

The Secretary of Tourism in Sinaloa recently presented the “Descubre Sinaloa (Discover Sinaloa)” program in the municipality of Mocorito, during a meeting organized by the Tourism Commission of the State Congress. The program aims to promote regional tourism in the state by offering 24 different routes that showcase the attractions of the 18 municipalities. At least four routes will be available every weekend, with departure points in Culiacán, Mazatlán, Guasave, Rosario, and Escuinapa.… Read More

Cruise tourism leaves a spill of 320 million pesos so far in 2023

According to the Ministry of Tourism in Sinaloa, cruise tourism has generated an income of more than 320 million pesos so far in 2023, making it one of the most significant sources of economic income for the area. At least 66 cruise ships from five different shipping companies have arrived in Mazatlan, bringing over 228,000 cruise passengers who have experienced the destination’s various attractions.… Read More

Growth of 30% is expected in the arrival of tourism in Sinaloa

The state of Sinaloa is expected to see a 30% growth in tourist arrivals during the Easter holiday period, which runs from Thursday, April 6 to Sunday, April 9. The main destination for tourists is Mazatlán, where a historic Holy Week is expected, with hotel associations reporting high reservation numbers. Tourists are also expected to visit the Magical Towns and beaches in the state. The increase in arrivals is predicted to be similar to the 25-30% growth seen during the Mazatlan Carnival.… Read More

Government promotes religious tourism in Sinaloa

The Ministry of Tourism in Sinaloa, Mexico, is promoting religious tourism in the state during the Easter holidays. The state is known for its beach destinations, such as Mazatlán, but it also has at least five communities in different municipalities that carry out traditional Holy Week activities, such as Via Crucis, which attracts a significant number of tourists. These places include Matatán, Malpica, Villa de Ahome, Tacuichamona, and San Ignacio.… Read More

Sinaloa goes for more ‘accessible’ flights to the Tianguis Turístico 2023

The Mexican state of Sinaloa is aiming to reduce flight rates to Mazatlán and increase connectivity to the state by lobbying airlines ahead of the Tianguis Turístico 2023 tourism trade show. The secretary of tourism for Sinaloa, Estrella Palacios Domínguez, said her department would seek to increase frequencies with Mexico City and Tijuana on domestic flights, as well as reducing rates, especially in the domestic sector.… Read More

Carnival tourism arrives in Mazatlan

National tourists are arriving in Mazatlan to enjoy Carnival 2023, just two days after the event has started. At least 20 buses are already parked in the lot located in front of the Mazatlán Aquarium, bringing visitors from different Mexican states who will be there for the whole week. Among them is Angélica Domínguez, who comes with her family from the State of Mexico to enjoy the beaches and the events of Carnival. The activities of the event will be from February 16 to 20, and include the coronation of the King of Joy, the Queen of the Floral Games, the Queen of Carnival, the Naval Combat and the parade.… Read More

Due to Mazatlan Carnival, hotel reservations are sold out

The Mazatlan International Carnival 2023 is just one day away, and the mayor of Mazatlan, Edgar Augusto Gonzalez Zatarain, has revealed that hotels in the area are at 100% occupancy. This comes as tourists flock to the city for the six-day carnival. However, there are alternative options for accommodation, including apartment and condo rentals. The carnival is expected to be an austere event, but this will not detract from the quality of the international event.… Read More

National Tourism Registry gives confidence to visitors

The Ministry of Tourism in Sinaloa, Mexico, is campaigning to encourage tourist service providers to register with the National Tourism Registry. The registry is free and mandatory, and providers need to register to be verified by the Ministry of Tourism. The registration process applies to all those involved in tourist activity, including restaurants, hotels, agencies, and other providers.… Read More

86 thousand cruise passengers enjoyed the attractions of Mazatlan during January

During January, 86,000 cruise passengers enjoyed the attractions of Mazatlan, Sinaloa. The city saw a growth in tourism, as more and more people are choosing Mazatlan as their vacation destination. The port received 14 cruises during the month, with the majority of visitors being from the United States and Canada. Mazatlan is known for its beautiful beaches and rich history, and the city has been working hard to make itself an even more appealing destination for tourists. This is reflected in the increased number of cruise passengers visiting the city in recent years. The city has been investing in its infrastructure, improving its amenities, and promoting itself more effectively.… Read More