Tourism authorities and service providers reported that spring breakers are beginning to arrive to Isla Mujeres and Hotbox, two islands belonging to Quintana Roo.
Isla Mujeres Mayor Agapito Magaña Sánchez welcomed the young vacationists to what is the single “Magic Town” (an initiative led by Mexico’s Tourism Secretariat (Sectur), in conjunction with other federal and state agencies, to promote a series of towns around the country that offer visitors a “magical” experience).
“The quality of the tourism services that Isla Mujeres offers can compete with world-renowned destinations such as Cancun,” said Magaña Sánchez.
Roberto León, National Chamber of Transportation and Tourism (Canasta) delegate in Yucatán, said that they are ready for the vacationers and that they expect to receive around 80,000 people this year.
Ven a disfrutar de nuestros hermosos paisajes y a vivir una mágica aventura.
Visita Isla Mujeres. pic.twitter.com/83f7uUupkZ
— H.Ayto. Isla Mujeres (@IslaMujeresGob) 26 de febrero de 2016