Riviera Nayarit, Mexico’s ‘Pacific Treasure,’ has officially reopened to tourists from all over the world.
Two days ago, June 15, marked the official reopening date of hotels, restaurants and businesses in Riviera Nayarit’s tourism sector. In adherence to strict protocols and health measures put in place by state officials, all reopened businesses are operating at 30% capacity to ensure safe social distancing on property.
Marc Murphy, managing director for the Riviera Nayarit CVB said:“We are excited to begin reopening our doors to international travelers who can rest assured Riviera Nayarit is prioritizing the health and safety of visitors and locals alike.”
“The last couple of months we have been working hand in hand with the state of Nayarit to determine a set of regulations mandatory for local establishments to reopen safely, and are beyond grateful for the support we have received from destination partners thus far. We’ve seen them invest in implementing these changes in their establishments, helping us continue to raise the bar as it relates to implementing best practices in tourism and sustainability.”
Due to the Riviera Nayarit’s Tourism Wellness and Best Practices Guide providing a streamlined approach to health and safety, the destination has also earned the World Travel & Tourism Council’s highly regarded Safe Travel Stamp, granted to destinations and hotels around the world that have adopted WTTC-approved health and hygiene protocols.
However, All travellers arriving at Puerto Vallarta International Airport (PVR), Riviera Nayarit’s closest airport, will undergo temperature screenings via thermal imaging cameras upon arrival and departure.