Cancun, Riviera Maya — The vacation club market has begun to reschedule vacations to the Mexican Caribbean after a three-month hiatus with vacation club representatives anticipating member arrivals this month.
Patricia de la Peña Sánchez, president of the Association of Vacation Clubs of Quintana Roo said that those who canceled are now looking for airlines to resume their trips to the Cancun, Riviera Maya region.
“The member of a vacation club usually returns year after year, covering at least 48 percent of the rooms,” she mentioned adding that “we will be the first to reopen with the sanitary certifications.”
She says the reactivation must be gradual with open communication between the tourism sectors so that they can help visitors reschedule their next vacation with the security that their flight will depart and the resort will be ready to receive them.
According to the Quintana Roo Tourism Promotion Council, some airlines have already resumed operations into the Cancun International Airport. Reactivation capacities will depend on instruction of the Ministry of Health.
“This will be slow and we will not return with occupations of 100 percent. Changes have been made within the hotel industry to meet the new health and security standards to ensure travelers have a safe stays,” she explained.