British Authorities Visit Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit

British Authorities Visit Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit

Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board
June 30 2014

Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit are receiving Mexico’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom and Mexico’s Director of the United Kingdom Tourism Board, who are here conducting a familiarization tour.

Starting June 28 and on through the first week of July, British authorities are conducting a familiarization tour led by the Tourism Board of Mexico (CPTM) in conjunction with the Tourism Board of Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit’s Convention and Visitors Bureau (OVC).

This trip highlights the presence of the British Ambassador in Mexico, Duncan Taylor, the Mexico’s Ambassador in the United Kingdom, Diego Gomez Pickering, and the CPTM Director in the United Kingdom, Milko Rivera Hope, who are accompanied by the Director of External Communications of Thompson Airlines, Fiona Jennings, and the Press Manager of Thompson Airlines, Claire Borgeat. 

As the slogan of the Vallarta-Nayarit campaign led by CPTM says, officials have come to live it to believe it and thus continue detailing the productive strategies applied till now.

It is essential to remember that two direct flights from Manchester and London to Puerto Vallarta’s Gustavo Diaz Ordaz Airport began at the beginning of May. 

Among the activities they are carrying out highlight experiences in the field of ecotourism, since most of these are encounters with nature. 

The Marietas Islands, which have become an international icon during the Vallarta-Nayarit campaign, were the first place they visited upon arriving in the bay.

Other planned activities are: the “Rhythms of the Night” Vallarta Adventures Tour, a jungle expedition through the Sierra Madre Mountains and a sailing trip to enjoy the sunset.

Also present on this trip are members of the British media, such as Sunday Mirror, Mail On Sunday, Daily Express, Manchester Evening News, Cosmopolitan, Woman Magazine and Sunday Times, as well as national media outlets TV Azteca, NOTIMEX and MVS.