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Tourism
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Opinion

Presented in Buenos Aires Treasures of the Mexican Caribbean and Cancun

Region:
Mexico
Category:
Tourism
Article type:
Opinion
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By Karina Giorgenello
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Argentine tourism operators attended the Webinar on Cancun offered by the Office of Tourism Board of Mexico leading Maria AlatristeCarrillo, with his partner Adriana Quintana and Alejandra Klerian Rdz

In the offices of the Tourism Board of Mexico in Buenos Aires we participate in an online conference from Cancun. Located in the northeast corner of the Yucatan Peninsula in the state of Quintana Roo, Cancun is part of the territory of the ancient Mayan civilization and is still considered the entrance to the Mayan World. Cancun is distinguished by having infrastructure, modern entertainment centers (renovated in 2006) and service philosophy that rival holiday destinations worldwide. Unlike many other parts of the Caribbean and Mexico, Cancun was developed specifically for tourism purposes, and continues to meet the needs of its more than 3.3 million visitors annually.

This destination offers travelers the best of many worlds: the Caribbean and Mexico; Modern times and the old; adventure and tranquility. It is unmatched in its ability to offer cultural treasures, natural beauty, activities and the finest amenities lifestyle more demanding. Cancun's history dates from 1967, when the Mexican government, recognizing the importance of tourism to the economic future of the country, began a thorough search to determine clearly the ideal places for tourism development.

Because of its near-perfect climate, natural beauty and easy access, Cancun tourism emerged as the best alternative. What was once a remote and tiny village of just 12 families fishing village it became the ideal place for vacationing in Mexico. Desk staff attention Cancun is among the best prepared in the world and it is found in major hotel chains, from the most accessible options such as Best Western and Holiday Inn, to the great luxury, as Ritz-Carlton and Hilton.

More information: http://www.visitmexico.com/es/cancun