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Grand Costa Maya showcased in Mexico City tourism fair

Cancun, Q.R. — Representatives from Cancun to Bacalar are participating in an promotional fair in Mexico City to showcase the region, highlighting the Grand Costa Maya.

The tourist destinations of Bacalar, Mahaual and Chetumal, the main attractions of the southern region of Quintana Roo, are being promoted in the framework of the second edition of the Mexico Fair, the Heart of Mexico.

Advertising of the destinations was integrated into the campaign Grand Costa Maya. Deep Mexican Caribbean and includes the Chetumal and the lagoon of the Seven Colors of Bacalar among other points of interest.

The color and flavor of the Mexican Caribbean also stood out for Quintana Roo with the support of the National Chamber the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry. Chefs of Cancún Octavio Santiago, Marcy Bezaleel and Nick Gleason offered the tasting of Boquinete in coriander and peanut pesto, marinated with dehydrated and habanero red currant salt.

During the presentation of a video of the gastronomy of Quintana Roo, Juan Pablo Aguirre, the president of Chamber the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry Cancún explained that the objective of the show is to enhance the Caribbean and share the flavors of the sea, among which the fish of the region stand out and Ceviches.

The Mexico Fair, the Heart of Mexico is a showcase of promotion and sale of tourist destinations throughout the country, an exhibition of its culture, crafts and cuisine that takes place in the capital’s Zacalo from February 17 to 25.

A delegation of 35 people from the Chetumal, Mahahual, Bacalar, Tulum, Maya Ka’an, Playa del Carmen, Cozumel and Holbox are participating in the fair, with the exhibition of gastronomic samples, cultural presentations and arts, sale of vacation packages, crafts and other products.

The fair is aimed at the national market, particularly the one in Mexico City, which is considered the most important national market for Quintana Roo.