TULUM, Mexico – The municipality of Tulum, led by Diego Castañon Trejo, is solidifying its significance at the World Travel Market (WTM) in London, becoming a key and strategic location for boosting the flow of tourists through southeastern Mexico.
During the opening of the impressive Tren Maya stand at the Mexican pavilion, Jorge Molina Perez, the Director of Tourism and Economy of the Municipal Government, presented various initiatives undertaken by the local authorities to structure new tourism services and products in a safe environment aimed at improving the well-being of the local population.
“In Tulum, both young people and women have opportunities to find employment or start their businesses, while reliable companies are provided with the tools to create positive experiences for travelers, encouraging them to return and recommend the destination,” stated the official at the Tourism Fair.
The Tulum delegation, comprised of the official, the Director of Promotion and Gender Perspective Transversalization, Maribel Cruz Rodriguez, and the Tourism Commissioner Councilor, Beatriz Anahí Mendoza Samos, emphasized that Tulum offers a wide range of tourism services. With the Tren Maya, they are confident that the influx will have a tangible impact on the economy of service providers and workers in the tourism sector of the ninth municipality.
Tulum, known for its stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, is now making waves as a focal point in international tourism. The municipality, under the leadership of Diego Castañon Trejo, is determined to make Tulum a prime destination for travelers, drawing attention to the prestigious World Travel Market (WTM) in London.
The Tren Maya, an ambitious project that aims to connect various regions in southeastern Mexico by rail, is set to play a pivotal role in Tulum’s growing importance as a tourist hub. At the Mexican pavilion in the WTM, Jorge Molina Perez, the Director of Tourism and Economy of the Municipal Government, highlighted the proactive measures taken to structure innovative tourism services and products within a secure framework designed to enhance the well-being of the local population.
“In Tulum, we are committed to providing opportunities for young individuals and women to secure employment or embark on entrepreneurial ventures. Simultaneously, we are facilitating reliable companies in creating exceptional experiences for travelers, encouraging them to return and recommend our enchanting destination,” stated Molina Perez during the Tourism Fair.
Tulum’s delegation, comprising Jorge Molina Perez, Maribel Cruz Rodriguez, the Director of Promotion and Gender Perspective Transversalization, and Beatriz Anahí Mendoza Samos, the Tourism Commissioner Councilor, underscored the municipality’s diverse range of high-quality tourism services. They expressed their confidence that the Tren Maya project will have a tangible impact on the local economy, benefiting service providers and the dedicated workforce within the tourism sector.
With its commitment to inclusive and sustainable tourism, Tulum is setting a new standard in the industry. The municipality’s efforts at the WTM in London demonstrate its determination to attract global attention and position itself as a premier destination in southeastern Mexico. As the Tren Maya project gains momentum, Tulum’s significance as a tourism hub is bound to grow, promising a brighter future for both residents and visitors alike.