CDMX was awarded in the Public Sector category for the “Hummingbird Traveler” program
The CDMX won the award for Sustainable and Social Tourism in the seventh edition of Sustainable & Social Tourism Summitthis after carrying out and promoting the program “Traveling Hummingbird”.
After competing with more than 10 countries, including Brazil, Central America, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Spain, and Peru, the Organizing Committee and the qualifying jury awarded CDMX in the Public Sector category.
“I am very pleased to inform you that Mexico City won the Award for Sustainable and Social Tourism in Ibero-America. The Organizing Committee, in the 7th edition of the “Sustainable & Social Tourism Summit”, and the qualifying jury, today awarded “Hummingbird Traveler”, a sustainable and social action of the CDMX Ministry of Tourism, in the “Public Sector” category. . Congratulations to @NathalieDesplas and the entire @turismocdm team,” wrote Martí Batres, head of the CDMX government.
What is the Hummingbird Traveler program about?
The program, introduced in 2022 by Claudia Sheinbaum Pardoformer head of Government of CDMX, Its purpose is to give people access to tourism in heritage sites and entertainment spaces free of charge and at affordable prices.
That is to say, that its objective is to take girls, boys, older adults for a walk through different places in Mexico City. Among the emblematic sites that capitalism has had access to are: Chapultepec Zoo, Xochimilco Ecological Park, “Los Pinos” Cultural Complex, Urban Culture Park (PARCUR), Papalote Children’s Museum, Soumaya Museum, among others.