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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

BAJA CALIFORNIA - The state is preparing for Easter


ATTRACTIVE, AND AFFORDABLE SUPPLY VARIOUS TOURISM
IN BAJA CALIFORNIA TO THIS EASTER


· Invite you to visit Tijuana, Ensenada, Mexicali, Playas de Rosarito, Tecate, San Quintin and San Felipe
· BC account with a bid of more than 400 tourist restaurants, 21 thousand hotel rooms and 175 places like ranches, spas, golf resorts, parks and museums


TIJUANA .- Thursday March 24, 2011 .- An attractive, diverse and accessible tourism is the one that has Baja California for the upcoming Easter holiday season, it is now announced at a press conference headed by the Secretariat State Tourism (SECTURE) and representatives of the tourism industry of Tijuana, Ensenada, Mexicali, Playas de Rosarito, Tecate, San Quintin and San Felipe.

The Secretariat State Tourism, Juan Tintos Funcke, announced that through a strategy of promotion, advertising and public relations will be closer to the Baja California families and residents of southern California and other states of the Republic, the great servers offer Baja California resorts have prepared for Easter.

He explained that as part of this strategy is publicizing the offer sooner, in order that the chiefs and heads of families vacationing with sufficient time to review the options and alternatives offered in the state to make plans; "Strategically we are coming for two fortnights before they can schedule their trip," he said.

He recalled that the holiday period covers virtually from 15 April to 2 May, with more than 900,000 students in the state of all educational levels, as well as thousands of teachers, who together with their families are seeking alternatives for leisure and recreation .

The offer of Baja California consists of over 400 tourist class restaurants, 21 5-star hotels and 45 four-stars, which sum together with other lodging establishments of different categories almost 21 thousand available in the state. Moreover, according to guidelines known as Rural Route has 175 sites between ranches, resorts and camps, most of these located in the countryside areas of Tecate, Ensenada, Playas de Rosarito and San Felipe.

The state official also informed that this strategy of Easter are also other actions to promote the inflow of visitors to different destinations, so that in the coming weeks will be announcing the campaign "State Must Do" in its edition 2011, program which has to date more than 600 participating businesses, and other programs such as "Tourism University" which will be the first of its kind in the country.

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n the other hand said that a few days before Holy Week will be releasing the operation of tourist information and assistance that will be carried out by authorities of the three branches of government to deal with the thousands of vacationers who are moving along and across the entity principally busiest day running from Thursday 21 to Sunday 24 April.

"The invitation is to leave the state before we see the choices we have in Baja California, to support our tourism business and our dealers with the decision to use t
heir services, which is why the State Governor Jose Guadalupe Osuna Millan. We have been instructed to leave in time to present all this supply, which will be disseminated with the support of the media, as well as email and social networks, "the state official.

Following participation SECTUR tourism sector representatives unveiled the main events and attractions that take place each of the above destinations for holiday season and offer packages that include lodging and some meals and transportation .

Finally it was emphasized that this holiday season can take advantage of discounts program "State Must Do", introducing the corresponding card or driver's license issued in Baja California, noting that the benefits of this program will expanded in the coming weeks after the submission of the 2011 edition.

For details were provided the following websites: for Tijuana www.tijuanaonline.org ; Ensenadawww.enjoyensenada.org , Playas de Rosarito www.rosarito.org ; Mexicali www.mexicaliturismo.com andwww.descubrebajacalifornia.com for destinations in Tecate, San Quintin and San Felipe.