Acapulco Ensures Safety of Spring Breakers, Are You Convinced?


The Acapulco Destination Marketing Office announced the signing of an agreement that states efforts have been made to ensure the safety of students looking to travel to Acapulco for Spring Break. The agreement was inked by officials of the Acapulco City Hall, the Guerrero State Government and the Mexico Attorney General.

"It's particularly significant to note that all three levels of government are working in close alliance to enhance security efforts for the more than the 25,000 American students that are expected to spend their spring break holiday in Acapulco," said Ernesto Rodriguez, Secretary of Tourism for the State of Guerrero in a written release.

Acapulco remains a popular spring break destination for many U.S. students. Last year, over 20,300 spring visited and roughly 22,500 students are expected to travel to Acapulco this year.


So, will you, the agent, feel comfortable sending clients there? Please vote in our poll to the right and share your thoughts by posting a comment below.

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