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What would locals and visitors like to know about Tourism in Mexico? Planeta.com hosts this resource guide featuring key links, headlines, announcements, reports, and the like. The sector changes frequently, so please let us know if there are additions or edits to be made on this page and our extended collection of Mexico Tourism Links. = ¿Qué les gustaría saber a la gente local y visitantes sobre el Turismo en México? Planeta.com alberga esta guía de recursos que presenta enlaces clave, titulares, anuncios, informes y similares. El sector cambia con frecuencia, así que infórmenos si hay adiciones o modificaciones que se deben realizar en esta página y en nuestra e colección ampliada de enlaces de Turismo de México.

Our website features links to official tourism portals at federal, state, and local levels. Are websites updated? Are social web channels used? = Actualizando nuestra coberatura de viajes y turismo en México. Indexaremos los portales de turismo del gobierno a nivel federal, estatal y local. ¿Están actualizados los sitios web? ¿Se utilizan canales de redes sociales?

Status report: There is a lot of turnover and some some sites are dead while others are not updated.

What would we like to see from local and national tourism portals? Timely and archived media releases. Multilingual info. Upcoming events. Virtual tours. Online concierge services. Local tourism providers, guides, cooking classes, language classes. Social web channels for state and local tourism portals.

Essay
The role of travel and tourism needs to be re-evaluated – what works and what does not work for locals and visitors. It cannot just be an issue of ‘bums on seats’ but rather the engagement of the cultural, economic, and social lives of those directly and indirectly impacted by visitation.

For Planeta.com, the allure of travel in Mexico is meeting and positively interacting with Mexicans.

The new administration is raising and changing expectations. How travel and tourism contribute to the well-being of visitors and locals are measures by which we will evaluate the impact.

On a modest level, we would like to inventory the government’s own tourism portals at the federal, state, and local levels. Are the websites updated? Are social web channels being used? There’s frequently a change in domain names with new administrations and candidly, it’s a never-ending chore of staying informed of where to look for current info.

We also request respect of multilingualism, particularly important as we celebrate the International Decade of Indigenous Languages.

Questions = Preguntas

  • What are the relevant online websites and resources? = ¿Cuáles son los sitios web y recursos relevantes en línea?
  • Is the new national tourism strategy available online? = ¿La nueva estrategia nacional de turismo está disponible en línea?

Media Releases
CPTM (Spanish)
Visit Mexico Press

Fonatur
Fonatur
Fonatur Media Releases (Spanish)
Fonatur (Spanish)

SECTUR
SECTUR – Portal Oficial
SECTUR – English-language Portal
Visit Mexico
Visit Mexico Press
Visite Mexico Prensa
Fasciculos de Turismo Alternativo
Mexico Abroad
Manual of Tourist Entry (PDF)

Travel Media
Reforma Viajes
Boletin Turistico
El Universal – Destinos

Twitter
@ImagenesTurismo
@Sefotur_Yuc
@fcomadrid

COVID19

https://embamex.sre.gob.mx/eua/index.php/en/2016-04-09-20-40-51/tourism/1760-mexico-s-covid-19-monitoring-system
https://coronavirus.gob.mx/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Lineamiento_nacional_reapertura_turismo_20052020.pdf

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