Tourist public transport is favored by the arrival of visitors and traffic has slowed down on the Malecón and the Golden Zone
Mazatlan, Sinaloa- Despite the fact that it is no longer a “good season” for tourism in Mazatlán, the influx of visitors gives life to the port.
The beaches of Mazatlán do not look crowded as in previous weeks. Even the “Beach Traffic Light” that the Mazatlán City Council has implemented shows that the influx has been less. However, bathers continue to go to the beaches, some are more crowded than others, such as Playa Norte and some in Zona Dorada, in the area known as “Chilis Pepper”.
Live band music has not stopped playing on the beaches after the forced “rest” they had during the quarantine.
The tourist public transport, such as the aurigas, pulmonias, and safaris, is frequently seen with passage, with tourists who enjoy the walks along the great Malecón of Mazatlán; some with music and soft drinks or beers, others in a more familiar plan, enjoying the conviviality and the pleasant view.
Traffic has slowed down a bit as a result of a large number of cars and visitors, but also partly because of the installation of traffic lights on Avenida Camarón Sábalo, in Zona Dorada.
According to the president of the Tres Islas Hotels Association in Mazatlán, José Ramón Manguart Sánchez, it is estimated that hotel occupancy this weekend will reach levels of up to 50 percent on average.