With a large virtual agenda, Riviera Nayarit awaits the new normal
Tours of its 23 beach towns, fitness and yoga, cooking and cocktail classes, craft workshops and play spaces for children are the activities chosen to bring a little bit of destiny to each home
With a rich virtual agenda that includes tours of its 23 beach towns, fitness and yoga, cooking and cocktail classes, craft workshops and children's play areas, Riviera Nayarit awaits the new normal.
Using its Facebook page, which has more than 200,000 active followers, as a base, the Convention and Visiting Office has called its partners to create content so that even with the limitations that exist for traveling globally, its visitors do not lose contact with landscapes and the peculiarities of local life and culture.
The routine that has been established includes virtual tours that are carried out twice a week by the main local tour operators; daily exercise routines by instructors such as Alejandro Toledo; making traditional crafts such as the Ojo de Dios with the guide of the Huichol artist Cilau Valadez, a complete set of crafts for children that entertain them while they learn, and simple and rich recipes chosen and presented by chef Betty Vázquez and mixologist Israel Díaz, the prominent ambassadors of the Riviera Nayarit.
The objective of the agenda is to bring a bit of destiny to each home, so that they can enjoy it while we wait for the return to what will be a new normality.
"Despite the circumstances in which we find ourselves, there is still an opportunity to highlight the incomparable hospitality of this Pacific Treasure of Mexico," said Marc Murphy, CEO of the Riviera Nayarit OVC.
"Even from a distance, the tourism sector in Riviera Nayarit is more united than ever and committed to bringing a little light to the homes of our traveling friends, so we invite all of you to join us in this initiative," he said.