“We are able to meet the traveler’s goal — not knowing where we are going, but beingable to find ourselves.”
CANCUN, Mexico (PRWEB) June 26, 2018
National Geographic (NatGeo) — the popular television network known for its
documentaries on scientific exploration, history, nature and culture — has announced
its decision to use the Riviera Maya-based Xcaret Park as the star of “Destinos,” a new
show that premiered throughout Latin America on Sunday, June 17.
In this new series, NatGeo invites viewers to discover “one of the most fascinating
places in the world, where perfection is part of the day-to-day.” However, the program
isn’t just for tourists: Born in Quintana Roo, actress and host Ana Claudia Talancón
guides viewers, and ultimately rediscovers her homeland “with different eyes.”
Thanks to its production crew, NatGeo captured spectacular shots and extraordinary
scenarios, all with the goal of taking viewers “to a place where everything is possible.”
“We are able to meet the traveler’s goal — not knowing where we are going, but being
able to find ourselves,” Talancón said.
Park executives share that sentiment. For Grupo Experiencias Xcaret president Miguel
Quintana Pali, the program doesn’t just offer an insight into his property: It offers a
chance for Mexicans to celebrate their culture. “First, get to know your country, and then
the rest of the world,” he said, “so that when you return, you realize that there’s no place
Upcoming installments are scheduled to air on:
- Tuesday, June 19, at 9:00 p.m.
- Saturday, June 23, at 6:00 p.m.
- Sunday, June 24, at 12:00 p.m.
- Saturday, June 30, at 12:00 p.m.
ABOUT EXPERIENCIAS XCARET
Grupo Experiencias Xcaret is an industry leader in sustainable tourism and recreation.
Based in Mexico, the company prides itself on offering unique experiences and
exceeding expectations through quality service. It owns Hotel Xcaret Mexico and
operates some of the most emblematic parks and experiences in Cancún and the
Riviera Maya: Xcaret, Xel-Há, Xplor, Xplor Fuego, Xoximilco and Xenses, the Xenotes
sinkhole tour and Xichén archaeological expeditions.