Cabo, Vallarta, and Cancun are the favorite Valentine’s beach destinations for Americans

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The Day of Love and Friendship is one of the first commemorations of the year that is highly attractive for a trip, and the beaches of Cancun, Los Cabos, and Puerto Vallarta are positioned as the favorite international destinations for tourism from the United States, revealed Allianz Travel.

These data result from the study Top Destinations for Valentine’s Day for US tourism, carried out by the leading global travel assistance company, through the analysis of more than 700,000 flight itineraries of US citizens traveling between the 2nd and February 13th. Such a report reported that the travel intention of said tourists on this date increased by 45% compared to the same period in 2022.

Of the total number of travelers on these dates, 29% favor international travel, where Mexico is positioned as the country of choice since the three most popular destinations belong to it. In first place is Cancun, followed by Los Cabos, and in third place in Puerto Vallarta. The rest of the favorite international destinations are Oranjestad, Montego Bay, Punta Cana, St. Thomas of the Virgin Islands, San Jose, Liberia, and Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

These figures show that the upward trend in travel between the two countries continues. In this regard, recently, the Ministry of Tourism of Mexico announced that in 2022 more than 13.3 million American visitors by air arrived in the country and this meant an increase of 28% compared to 2021.

“Interest in traveling continues to grow, especially on special dates such as Valentine’s Day. Given this, to prevent a dream trip from becoming a nightmare in the event of an unforeseen event, we invite everyone to travel with a protection scheme, such as assistance, which accompanies and supports a variety of eventualities such as cancellations or interruptions. travel, illnesses, accidents, lost luggage, and more”, explained Joana del Toro, deputy director of Allianz Travel.

Source: NITU

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