April 6, 2024
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Tulum makes strides in Dubai’s Business Landscape

The Quintana Roo capital of the Mayan Caribbean achieved significant business intentions at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai on Tuesday, as Tulum formalized important intentions.

One of the most representative meetings was held with Karla Solano, representative of American Express for the Middle East, who recognized Mexico’s increasing popularity among travelers and particularly Quintana Roo, whose connectivity has been improving in recent months.

“On the second day of the Dubai tourism fair, we had great success. Following the instructions of our governor Mara Lezama and our municipal president Diego Castañón Trejo, we managed to secure important business appointments. Without a doubt, we are positioning ourselves as a high-quality tourist destination,” said Jorge Mario Molina Pérez, General Director of Economy and Tourism of Tulum.

Tulum makes strides in Dubai's Business Landscape

According to the official, the Quintana Roo-Tulum stand generated intense traffic and activity on the first day of the fair, resulting in the formalization of important business intentions through the Gulf Cooperation Council (which includes economic agents from Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Oman), as well as Indian operators and international travel agencies.

“The presence of Hotel Único, Hard Rock, Hyatt Collection, AM Resorts, Los Cabos, and Arminas Travel contributed, along with Tulum and the destinations of the Mexican Caribbean, led by the CPTQ, to create a rich and attractive offer for the Middle East,” added Molina Pérez, who also recognized the participation of the exclusive NOBU hotel, which will open its doors in the ninth municipality in 2024. Tulum formalizes important intentions.

During the second day of promotion, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum attended the ATM, confirming the economic importance of this exhibition, which this year has included artists who hold the “Made in Tulum” badge among its exhibitors.

Tulum makes strides in Dubai's Business Landscape

For the travel and tourism sector, the ATM in Dubai represents the reappearance of the Arab world after almost six years of absence in the tourism market, an event that the people of Tulum and Quintana Roo hope to take advantage of to position the destinations of the Mayan and Mexican Caribbean in the so-called “Cradle of Civilization.”


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