Riviera Nayarit is being promoted in Vancouver

The Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) of Riviera Nayarit were recently in Vancouver, Canada where they participated in the Eat! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival, which had over 30,000 attendants on May 24 to 26.

The destination known as Mexico’s Pacific Treasure used the opportunity to introduce Riveria Nayarit to the Canadian media and to present its diversity of travel options throughout the more than 180 miles of coast.

“We fully utilized our time in Canada, working hard with the wholesaler Sunwing for almost 15 days, and upon finishing we participated in the Eat! Vancouver, where we handed out more than 1,000 guides of the destination to the public”, stated the Managing Director of the CVB, Marc Murphy. “With these efforts we’re expecting to generate more visits in the following months and contribute to achieve the objectives to bring more work and better conditions for the people of Nayarit”, explained Marc Murphy.

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  1. Never did I realize back then while eating Canadian food at the Net Loft Restaurant in Vancouver , during our trip to the 1962 Seattle Worlds Fair – from San Francisco – that I would find two Canadian woman Editors of English speaking newspapers in Puerto Vallarta. Our itinerary then also included Victoria.
    My wife Loretta was very concerned since we left our infant daughter at home with her parents. Consequently , thereafter, we took our three girls most everywhere we went. Also to our many vacations in Puerto Vallarta, even though we were the only ones to do so in the early years. Also our grandsons came with at the ages of one.
    One beach vender remembered some 25 years later when he come up to me and said: “Are you the man who brought the one year old boy to the beach, and he followed the wave up and down on the sand?”. The vender never forgot, but my grandson does not remember it, even when he came with us several years ago, and we told him the story how he went wave chasing on the beach, and diving head first into the adult swimming pool.

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