Zihuatanejo and Cuernavaca These are some destinations that the capital’s residents chose to enjoy the fourth vacation bridge of the year, after the passing of the Hurricane Otis left devastated Acapulcoone of the touristic destinations most visited by the capital’s residents.
This Thursday, the halls of the Taxqueña Central Bus Terminal appeared with few lines of users and according to personnel from a line of buses The runs to Acapulco decreased and in OCC they resumed eight days ago.
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“Zihuatanejo is three hours away Acapulco and it’s very pretty. For now that is what we have closest,” said Samantha, who was accompanied by her family and cousins.
Catalina Hernandez and their children also decided to go to the same coastal region, which stands out for its La Ropa and Las Gatas beaches, as well as its bay. “We are going to Zihuatanejo“We will return on Sunday,” said the tourist.
Last August, before the hurricane would hit Acapulcothe government of Guerrero reported that during the vacation season: Summer 2023, the municipality registered 977 thousand national visitors and foreigners.
According to state authorities, the Golden zone of the port reported the best index of hotel occupancy with 73.2 percent. The situation changed after the passage of Otis.
At the Taxqueña bus terminal, in the country’s capital, the lineto Gold Star program between six and eight runs a day to Acapulco and the coastal area, as well as three for the Rivera Diamante.
Users who travel are few, even with the 20 percent discount on round trips from November 10 to 19 and discounts of up to 50 percent that hosts from platforms such as Airbnb and Booking offer in Acapulco.
Different people consulted by this newspaper agreed that they will travel to Zihuatanejo. Others said they would go to Cuernavaca, Morelos, because of its proximity.
“We come to Mexico, we are going to Cuernavaca to be with the family. We usually go vacations to Acapulco “That’s what’s close to us, but because of the hurricane, it’s not happening this year,” said Kalsy Rojas, who was traveling with her family from the United States.
Claudia Guadarrama He said that he took advantage of the days of the bridge that his son will not have classes to visit his family who lives in Acapulco. “I’m going to see my sister who was affected by Hurricane Otis.
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I’m going to bring you some pantry and things. Unfortunately our house was one of those damaged,” she commented.
Aida Espino said she has been staying with her family in Mexico City for 15 days and on this long weekend she will return to Acapulco.
“Although people say that in 10 years it will rise AcapulcoI don’t think Acapulco will have tourism For Easter, for this end of the year there will be a few stores, because they are just setting up spaces to receive tourism, but for Easter we will be better,” he confided.