Loreto Makes Strong Push to Attract Tourists


Loreto may not be receiving as much attention as other increasingly popular Mexico getaways. In an effort to change that, the Loreto Visitors Bureau is launching an aggressive promotion in which your clients buy one promotion and get another for free promotion from January 1-31.

Throughout the month, every time a Loreto, Baja Sur visitor pays for one night, one meal or one activity at a participating hotel, restaurant, car rental or tour operator, the Loreto Visitors Bureau will pick up the second night, meal or activity, respectively. Additionally, guests who book a vacation package through Alaska Airline Vacations will receive a 15-percent discount when purchased online at www.alaskaair.com/vacations. This is the new Bureau’s invitation to discover one of Mexico’s most charming and intriguing destinations.

“In essence, every visitor during the month of January will receive every other travel purchase for free, courtesy of the Loreto Visitors Bureau,” said James Spano, the bureau’s chairman, in a written release. “We put together this program as a collective ‘thank you’ from the community and as a way to make discovering our destination and its many offerings more affordable. Even during this difficult economic period, travelers should not have to put their plans on hold, and what better way to help visitors than with a program that cuts their travel and vacationing costs in half.”

Particiapting hotels are Hacienda Suites, Loreto Bay Resort, La Mision Loreto Hotel, and Oasis Hotel.

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