Ixtapa – Fam Trip

Ixtapa – Fam Trip

Upon arrival we were welcomed by  

– Óscar Rivero Estrada – President of the Consejo Directivo de la Oficina de Convenciones y Visitantes de Ixtapa Zihuatanejo (OCV) and President of the Asociación de Hoteles de Ixtapa. 

– Pedro Castelán Reyna – General Director of the OCV de Ixtapa 

– Dessirée Dufóo – Promotion Manager of the OCV

We started with a presentation of the destination where they showed us the main attractions. 

About its beautiful beaches they have two bays: “Playa El Palmar” which is certified with the Blue-Flag; they highlighted other beaches like Playa La Madera, Playa Las Gatas and Playa La Ropa, where you can practice snorkeling, sailing, catamaran rides, sport fishing. 

Regarding hotel infrastructure they have 230 establishments of different categories.

At the end of the presentation, we carried out a networking event with tourist service providers such as hoteliers, travel agencies, tour operators and transporters, where CONEXSTUR Partners were able to know better their products and services and exchanged their contacts .

Objectives

The inspection of hotels was one of the main objectives in the agenda and this is how we visited them: Hotel Azul Ixtapa and Azul Ixtapa Grand, Hotel Posada Real, Hotel Park Royal, Hotel Tesoro, Hotel Krystal, Hotel Sunscape, Hotel Emporio, Hotel Holiday Inn Resort, Hotel Fontan, Hotel Barceló Ixtapa, Hotel Las Brisas; in Zihuatanejo the Hotel La Casa que Canta, Hotel Thompson and Hotel Villa Mexicana.

We visited “El Cocodrilario”, then we spent about four hours on the Catamarán El Picante, and also snorkeled, as well as felt the adrenaline rush in the air on the spinnaker.

The Zona Arqueológica Soledad de Maciel (Archaeological Zone), popularly known as “La Chole”, preserves the pre-Hispanic history of the region. These tours were sponsored by SunnySide

We finished this day visiting Delfiniti where you can live up close and personal with dolphins.

During this fam trip we signed a collaboration agreement with the hoteliers of Ixtapa Zihuatanejo.