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Guatemala Makes Tourism Pact with Mexico

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Guatemala and the Mexican state of Quintana Roo will sign an alliance of air connectivity, with the intention of increasing the flow of tourists between the two countries, as a means to celebrate the Mayan 2012 doomsday calendar.

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Government Promotes Tourism Alliance

Guatemala and the Mexican state of Quintana Roo will sign an alliance of air connectivity, with the intention of increasing the flow of tourists expected to visit these places because of the activities to celebrate the 13 Baktun.

The beaches of Cancun or the Mayan city of Palenque are some of the sites to be visited by air to materialize the agreement that was signed during a working tour of Roberto Borge, governor of Quintana Roo.

Otto Perez, President, met with Borge spent the weekend at the Sixth Summit of the Americas. The president stressed that this agreement is made in an effort to improve commercial relations and tourism between Guatemala and Mexico.

While governor of Quintana Roo said there is need for closer relations with the U.S. border and work on migration and tourism.

The partnership coincides with the strategies that the Guatemalan Institute of Tourism (Inguat) takes to convert the airport of Flores, Peten, in the center of air links between Mexico and Honduras.

The goal is to attract some of the more than 14 million tourists who visit Cancun this year, adding to its vacation packages a trip to Flores, Petén, where you can choose from destinations such as Tikal, El Mirador, or a stop to Copan, Honduras , and return to Mexico and from Palenque and then to Cancun.

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