Noting that Canada’s traveler alert has a significant impact, Alejandro Dominguez, president of the Acapulco Association of Hotels and Tourism Companies (AHETA), said they would request support from Mexico’s Ministry of Tourism (Sector). To intervene and lift this travel ban.
They said they didn’t have any cancellations yet, but that the alert, where Guerrero was now involved, could have some effect. in the next three months This is where the strongest influx of Canadians comes from.
He reminded that the issue has already been discussed with the state’s Tourism Secretary Santos Ramirez Cuevas and Mayor Abelina López. But the alert has not been withdrawn.
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In this sense, he said that he would have to resort to the Federal Government through the Federal Tourism Secretariat to give him a solution and Eliminate this situation so they remove that passenger alert.
“We need to go with the federal government to help find a solution to end this situation and remove those alerts. Yes, we will request federal sector intervention to remove this passenger alert”.
They commented in an interview that they are cautious, it affects now that it is the tourist arrival season for Canada and they are restricted your departure from canada If they don’t have health insurance.
“They’re used to traveling with travel insurance and these insurers have a padlock so people can get out of United States or Canada or decide to come to other countries, they are told that if they travel to Acapulco it is not effective or legal and now with this, obviously, it affects us the most,” he explained.
AHETA President Alejandro Dominguez said that Canadian tourism is still very low And in the next when more tourists will start coming from this country.