“We Travel Jalisco” Program Gives Away Local Trips to 544 Jaliscans

“We Travel Jalisco” Program Gives Away Local Trips to 544 Jaliscans

This program offers recreational opportunities to the less fortunate sectors of the population, in addition to generating economic benefits in the Jalisco municipalities.

To advance in the economic recovery of the destinations, and provide opportunities to people with limited resources, the Jalisco Tourism Secretariat (Secturjal) will benefit around 544 Jaliscans with free trips through the fall program of We Travel Jalisco, with 17 tours to 9 tourist destinations in the interior of the state.

For this stage of the program, people from Jalisco 18 years of age and older, with no age limit, and who have a valid official Jalisco identification with a photograph will be able to register for the raffle.

Of the 17 scheduled trips, 7 of them will include a one-night stay in Puerto Vallarta, Yahualica de González Gallo, Ocotes de Moya, or Cañadas de Obregón.

The remaining 10 free tours will be day trips to destinations such as Tapalpa, Tuxpan with Atenquique, Corral Grande Water Park or Arandas. In all trips the winners are considered to travel together with 3 family members.

To enter the raffle, individuals will need to register online from November 4 through 7. The winners will be published on Tuesday, November 9 in the afternoon on the agency's social networks and, by appointment, they will be able to collect their tickets on November 12, 19, or 26.

The free fall trips will run on Fridays and Saturdays from November 12-28, and are based out of Guadalajara.

The sanitary protocols authorized by the Board of Health are to have a maximum capacity of 75% on buses, use of face masks at all times, antibacterial gel and maintain a healthy distance. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, adjustments or modifications to the program are not ruled out.

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For questions or more information, contact the Ministry of Tourism at: 33 3668-1607, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or write to the email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..