The Ministry of Health reported yesterday that, for the first time since the pandemic began, the entire territory is at a green traffic light.
This March’s mega-bridge began on Friday the 18th and will end on Monday the 21st, the day on which the birthday of Benito Juárez is commemorated.
?#Happy Friday from #Morelos. This long weekend, have fun and relax in this destination that offers many options for sports, adventure and wellness tourism. In the Tequesquitengo lake, practice water skiing and in the surroundings, fly in an ultralight and in a balloon.? pic.twitter.com/XDuuNJNybU
– SECTUR Mexico (@SECTUR_mx)
March 18, 2022
During 2022, the arrival of international tourists to Mexico is expected to be 36.7 million travelers, which would represent a drop of 18.4% compared to pre-pandemic levels, and with which the country would spin three consecutive years of falls in tourist flows due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to an analysis by the Anáhuac Center for Tourism Research and Competitiveness (Cicotur), foreign exchange income from international visitors is expected to reach 23.8 billion dollars, which despite representing an increase of 19.5% compared to 2021, It would still be -3.2% of what was registered in 2019.