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  • 57 Pueblos Mágicos:San Cristóbal de las Casas (Chiapas), Taxco(Guerrero), Tequila (Jalisco), Cholula (Puebla), El fuerte (Sinaloa), Izamal, Valladolid (Yucatán), Real de Asientos (Aguascalientes), Tecate , Todos los Santos (BC), Creel (Chihuahua), Jalapa (Guanajuato), Real del Monte (Hidalgo), Tepotzotlán, Valle de Bravo, Metepec (México), Tepoztlán, Tlayacapan (Morelos), Bernal, Jalapan de Serra (Queretaro)27 UNESCO World Heritage Cultural SitesAgave landscape and ancient industrial facilities of Tequila, Jalisco.Ancient Maya city of Calakmul, Campeche.Earliest 16th century Monasteries on the Slopes of Popocatepetl, Historic centres of Mexico Cityand Xochimilco. Morelia, Michoacán. Monte Albán. Puebla, Puebla. Zacatecas, Zacatecas. Oaxaca, Oaxaca,Historic fortified town of Campeche, Campeche.Historicmonumentszone of Santiago de Querétaro and Tlacotalpan.Historic town of Guanajuato, Guanajuato, and adjacent mines Pre-Hispanic cities of El Tajín, Veracruz. Palenque, Chiapas. Chichén Itzá, Yucatán. Teotihuacán, Estado de México.  Uxmal, YucatánPrehistoric Caves of Yagul and Mitla in the Central Valley of Oaxaca10 Rutas de México (Routes of Mexico)Wine Country & The Aquarium of the World, The Huastecas & Their Outstanding BeautyThe Millenary Tarahumaras (Raramuri), A Thousand Flavors of Mole,The Mystery & Origin of the Maya CultureThe Magic of Traditions & Nature,  A Colonial Experience, Art of Tequila & Music Under the SunThe Birthplace of History and Romanticism, Fascinating Encounter Between History & Modern Day Mexico
  • Tarahumara, Mayo, Yaqui, Huichol, Otomí,Totonac, Nahuas, Purepechas, Zapotec, Mixtec, Mazatec, Chinantec, Mennonites
  • 174 natural protected areas67 National Parks,35 Biosphere Reserves,29 Protected Flora & Fauna Areas,17 Nature Sanctuaries,6 Protected Natural Resource Areas,4 Natural Monuments 4 World Heritage natural areasIslands and ProtectedAreas of the Gulf of California,MonarchButterflyBiosphere Reserve,Sian Ka'an biosphere reserve, Quintana Roo WhaleSanctuary of El Vizcaíno
  • Calakmul: This enormous reserve (covering 15% of Campeche’s territory) is home to Mexico’s largest tract of tropical jungle. It covers 723,185 hectares (1.8 million acres), and affords visitors one of the Mundo Maya’s best eco-archaeological opportunities.
  • cptm seminario 19 junio 2013

    1. 1. Mexico Tourism BoardDirection for United Kingdom, Ireland, Denmark,Norway, Sweden and South Africa19 June 2013
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    3. 3. 32,100 2,070 2,1223,515 3,059 3,2727,5989,05010,28313,21314,17915,67702,0004,0006,0008,00010,00012,00014,00016,00018,0002010 2011 2012Other Mexico City Cancun TotalNumber of Irish tourists(arrivals by airport)-The total number of visitors from Ireland to Mexicohas increased: +11% (2012/2011) and +7%(2011/2010).- Increasing number of visitors arriving throughCancun airport.- Irish tourists arriving via Mexico City are relativelystable.- Arrivals via other destinations via the USA, such asLos Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Guadalajara, Monterrey,Guanajuato, Querétaro, Cozumel, Mazatlan, andChihuahua remain stable.- Preliminary data for 2013 show an interestingincrease in the number of arrivals form Ireland:2012 2013Ireland 4,297 5,243 22%Jan - Apr%
    4. 4. 4Languages: Spanish (92.7%), 63 Amerindianlanguages such as Nahuatl, Maya, Mixteca, Zapoteca,Tzeltal, Tzotzil and Otomi (6.5%)Religion: RomanCatholic 89%Climate:Warm tropical lowlandsCool tropical highlandsExtra-tropical drylands
    5. 5. 53 weekly frequenciesLHR - MEX
    6. 6. 6 57 Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) 27 UNESCO World Heritage Cultural Sites 10 Rutas de México (Routes of Mexico) 6 UNESCO Intangible cultural heritage like traditional Mexican Cuisine,Mariachi and indigenous festivity dedicated to the dead6Cholula, PueblaXochimilco, Mexico CityTulum, Quintana RooZocalo, Mexico City’s main squareMexican cuisine
    7. 7. 7Craftship in Rivera Nayarit Izamal, YucatanMayan Ceremony3,000 years of history62 ethnic groupsMexico CityGuadalajara, Jalisco
    8. 8. 8Unparalleled sun and beach destinationsNumber 2 in luxury travelFirst place in SpasBest place for retirementMeetings and Conventions FacilitiesBiodiversity174 natural protected areas4 World Heritage natural areas814 AAA - 5 diamond Hotels637,000 hotel roomsFirst place in cruise ship arrivals (Cozumel)World class infrastructureClakmul, CampecheCenote in the Yucatan PeninsulaLa Isla, Cancun
    9. 9. Mexicos National Museum of Anthropology isone of the most comprehensive and impressive(almost 20 acres) facilities in the world,containing one of the world’s largest collectionsof archaeological and anthropological artefactsfrom prehispanic Mayan civilizations to theSpanish conquest.940,000 archaeological sitesMysteries of the Maya at Chichen ItzáTeotihuacán: place of the GodsXochicalco in Cuernavaca Uxmal’s Jungle Ruins nearMéridaOlmec Legacy inTabascoCave paintings in LoretoCalakmul in CampecheCoahuilaTonina: MayanSplendor in Palenque
    10. 10. 10Pacific CoastLoretoLa PazLos CabosPuerto VallartaHuatulcoPuerto ÁngelPuerto EscondidoCaribbean CoastRiviera MayaIsla MujeresCancúnCozumelHolboxPlaya del CarmenGulf CoastVeracruzCampeche450 beachesand diversemarinelandscapes
    11. 11. 11CitiesMexico CityGuadalajaraOaxacaPueblaColonial townsGuanajuatoMeridaTepoztlánSan Miguel de AllendeMoreliaSun & beach destinationsRivera MayaCancunLuxuryBeautiful sceneryHospitalityInfrastructureOriginalityWarm weatherSan Miguel de Allende, GuanajuatoLos Cabos, Baja California
    12. 12.  Riviera Maya Puerto Vallarta Riviera Nayarit Punta Mita Los Cabos Mexico City Haciendas in Yucatan and Campeche 50 world class golf coursesWarmth, Hospitality, Diversity, Infrastructure, Archaeological sites, World Heritage CuisineCancúnLos Cabos, Baja California Pool Uayamon, YucatánArt gallery in Mexico CityGolf course in the Pacific coastFine dinning
    13. 13. 13ILTM Americas, the most important international luxury travel exhibition tookplace in Riviera Maya in Oct. 2012.More than 400 people attended the event, including buyers from all over theAmericas and exhibitors from 40 countries. The objective of this renowned "byinvitation only" exhibition is to bring the most exclusive offer in the segment ofluxury travel and generate business opportunities in the long term.“Mexico: The 2nd luxury tourist destination worldwide”: Virtuoso travel network.Next edition: 30th Sept. – 3rd Oct. 2013Baja CaliforniaHacienda Mérida, YucatánValladolid, Yucatán
    14. 14. 14DivingCavingKayakingParaglidingSurfingSailingWater SkiingRappellingWhale WatchingWhite Water RaftingHorseback RidingSnorkelling With WhaleSharksMountain HikingSwimming with the DolphinsVeracruzQuerétaroChiapasMichoacánChihuahuaYucatanEstado de MéxicoBaja California SurQuintana RooOaxacaSan Luis Potosi
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