For more than 40 years, Maritur DMC has been helping planners deliver high-quality events and programs in all of Mexico’s major tourism destinations—Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico City, Cancun, Riviera Maya, Riviera Nayarit, Acapulco, Cozumel, Merida and Monterrey. Here Adriana Aburto, Maritur’s director of sales, reveals five things the DMC’s team of professionals are looking forward to sharing with planners once people start travelling to Mexico again.
Experience the romance of spending a day at one of Los Cabos’s secluded beaches. Pay a visit to El Arco Del Fin Del Mundo, the monumental rock formation sculpted by the sea at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula. A symbol of the destination, it has recently been declared a World Heritage Site.
Photo at top of post: Beach, Cozumel, Mexico. Photographer Mikolaj Niemczewski | Canva. Photo of El Arco courtesy of Maritur DMC.
Fall in love with Puerto Vallarta. Aptly nicknamed “The Pearl of the Pacific,” it offers golden beaches, mountains, and jungles as well as modern facilities and idyllic pleasures.
1. Cabellero del Mar by sculptor Rafael Zamarripa is one of Puerto Vallarta’s most recognizable landmarks and the first sculpture erected on the city’s Malecón boardwalk. 2. Located on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, the resort town of Puerto Vallarta is renowned for its beaches, marine life, water sports, nightlife and historic cobblestone center. Photos courtesy of Maritur DMC.
Discover Mexico City, the country’s capital and its most important city. Full of colour, it is home to cultural activities and fine arts. Admire its modern infrastructure, while you enjoy its incredible monuments and historical buildings.
Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) is Mexico City’s leading cultural centre. Opened in 1934, it hosts the Ballet Folklórico de México, the Compañía Nacional de Ópera de Bellas Artes and the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional as well as exhibitions of painting, sculpture, literature, poetry music and photography. Photo courtesy of Maritur DMC.
Explore the ancestral land of the Mayans. Visit archaeological sites full of mysticism and surrounded by natural beauty—the turquoise blue of the Mexican Caribbean and the vibrant green of the jungle. Enjoy amazing adventure activities. Scout the area’s underground river system. Connect with nature in this unique place.
One hundred-and-thirty kilometres south of Cancun, the Tulum Ruins overlook the Caribbean. Dating back to the 13th century, the walled city was an ancient seaport used for trading jade and turquoise. The Ruins include the clifftop Castillo, which was built as a watchtower, and Templo de las Pinturas. Photo courtesy of Maritur DMC.