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22 billion pesos collected by Vallarta in the first semester

By Tribune Travel

July 27, 2023

More than 3 million tourists visited Puerto Vallarta in the first half of the year, bringing in more than 22 billion pesos in economic revenue, according to Vanessa Perez Lamas, the secretary of tourism for the state of Jalisco.

The state official emphasized that these figures, which show an increase of 46.49% compared to 2019 and an increase of 7.94% compared to the prior year, are evidence of the destination’s ongoing growth.

 This beach resort’s economic output has surpassed 22 billion pesos, representing a 33% increase from 2019 and a 5% increase from 2022.

In Puerto Vallarta, the hotel occupancy rate has reached 77%, breaking 2022 record by 3%.

From January to June 2023, the state received close to 17 million visitors to its top tourist destinations, including Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, Costalegre, Chapala, and San Juan de los Lagos, generating more than 40 billion pesos in economic revenue.

 According to him, this figure represents an increase of 16% over the prior year and a 32% increase over the same period in 2019. The occupancy rate has risen to 59%, 12% higher than in 2022’s records.

Additionally, a 4% increase in capacity was noted for hotels, from 78,969 rentable units available in 2022 to 82,066 in 2023.

On cruise ships, more than 350,000 travelers have arrived in Puerto Vallarta via the maritime route, which is a 40% increase from 2019 and a 78% increase from 2022.





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