Mexico’s tourism and ecotours industries have a long history of expanding, and many are already doing so.
This trend is expected to continue as the tourism industry is expected by the government to grow by 5.5% in 2019, according to a government report.
In 2017, Mexican tourists spent $13.4 billion on trips and activities.
However, tourism and tourism related activities accounted for just 4.4% of the total Mexican tourism spending, which was only 3.6% in 2014.
While the country’s tourism sector has been growing, many other sectors, such as ecotouring and leisure, are in decline.
In fact, Mexico’s leisure sector is projected to shrink by a quarter by 2021.
As the economy recovers, tourism is expected in Mexico to grow to the highest level in the world by 2020.
The International Tourism Organization (ITO) expects that Mexico will expand to 2.9 million tourists by 2020, compared to 1.8 million in 2020, a figure that would be the highest growth rate in Latin America.