These are the best tourist destinations worldwide to practice diving


Isla Mujeres, Cozumel, and the Riviera Maya stood out as the best tourist destinations worldwide to practice diving.

The best tourist destinations worldwide to practice diving
The best tourist destinations worldwide to practice diving

The results that were published in the magazine Scuba Diving Mag. It is the second consecutive year in which Quintana Roo receives this recognition.

Governor Carlos Joaquín stressed that Quintana Roo is one of the richest states of the Mexican Republic in natural beauty.

"We have a strategic location with climate, soil, water, jungle, beaches, enviable natural resources that have allowed us to continue distinguishing ourselves as the favorite destination of Mexico and the Caribbean," he said.

He recalled that since his administration began, public policies have been reoriented so that more investments, more tourism, continue to arrive.

"This, he added, consolidates us as a regional tourism power, which allows us to grow the economy to provide services to a population that grows rapidly, in places at a rate of 30% per year so that they have more and better opportunities to live better".

Darío Flota Ocampo, president of the Tourism Promotion Council, said that Quintana Roo has received 15 international awards and recognition.

For his part, the president of the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism in the Northern Zone, Rafael Ortega Ramírez, said that the results of the policies implemented in the current administration are visible.

In this sense, he cited as an example of the fact that in the past long weekend the occupation of the hotels in downtown Cancun increased by 7%.

"The reactivation of economic activity in the downtown area of Cancun allows forecasting that the coming bridges will also be positive for the destination," he added.

In turn, Iván Ferrat Mancera, president of Asociados Náuticos de Quintana Roo in Cancun said that the beauties of the entity continue to attract more visitors.

"This, he said, was revealed in the past first long weekend, in which they had more than 80 percent in the occupation of their services."

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