México: Investment opportunities in tourism
Mexico is opening foreign direct investment opportunities in the tourism sector through the National Fund for Tourism Development (FONATUR), which is the institution responsible for the planning and development of sustainable tourism projects, for selected investors. The tourism industry accounts for 9% of Mexico’s GDP. It represents an important source of jobs, and offers some of the most beautiful and unique destinations in the world.
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Located in the south of the Mexican Pacific coast at 763 km from Mexico City. This destination is known for its outstanding beauty. It is formed by 9 bays, a National Park declared a protected nature reserve and beautiful landscapes of mountains, valleys and hillsides irrigated by 3 rivers, offering tourists a great undiscovered paradise.
Ixtapa offers a range of recreational options throughout the year. It has magnificent underwater scenery for diving. This destination is strongly positioned in the markets of the United States and Canada. Ixtapa is also ideal for the following markets: congresses, conventions and incentive travel.
It is located in the center of the Baja California peninsula by the Sea of Cortes. It has a constant flow of tourists from Mexico, the United States, Canada and Europe. Loreto is regarded as a point of economic development and one of the most important tourist regions.
This island is one of the main and most populated island of the Mexican Caribbean. It is consolidated as one of the major tourist spots in the region, offering unmatched snorkeling and diving experiences.
One of the most exclusive areas in Mexico's Riviera Nayarit in the Pacific Coast. It is an upcoming tourism destination on Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit. It is situated just at 40 minutes north from Puerto Vallarta Jalisco, between the luxury travel destination of Punta de Mita and Sayulita.
It is projected as a high-level tourist destination. The region includes the municipalities of Mazatlán, El Rosario and Escuinapa, which has considerable tourism potential for its natural attractions, cultural heritage, and architectural and tourist infrastructure.
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