$1 million invested in Agro-tourism Fair Grounds in Costa Rica

The first Agro-Tourism Fair Grounds will be built in a 25,000 m2 area located in Puntarenas.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Elfinancierocr.com reports: "Construction will begin this semester and will include the surveying of the land for buildings and the fair grounds. Later, it is expected that the earth works will begin, along with the fencing of the area, as well as the internal and external divisions of the property."

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Advances in Agro Tourism in Panama

August 2013

This tourism subsector is just starting to develop, and it is expected that it will receive a major boost from the new airports in the interior of the country.

Capital.com.pa reports: "... the challenge now is to facilitate access to credit and for Panamanian producers to learn to do business, because sometimes they do not know what to charge for the service they are providing, an area where foreign entrepreneurs are ahead of them. "

Tourism Picks Up in Rural Nicaragua

August 2010

Between January and July growth of 5% was reported in rural community tourism.

The 90 farms that are part of Nicaragua's Agro-tourism Farms initiative have reported an increase in tourist numbers, comments Harold Ramos Orozco, president of Nicaraguan Rural Community Tourism Network (Renitural in Spanish).

Ecotourism and rural tourism wins new followers in Costa Rica

September 2008

Ecotourism and rural tourism are attracting 38.5% of the visitors to the country, according to the National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur).

"Just last year alone some 733,000 individuals carried ecotourism, an activity which promotes the conservation and sustainability of natural resources, as well as the inclusion and active participation of the local populations," Canatur explained.

Agro-Tourism promoted in Panama

September 2008

Panama is seeking to develop agro-tourism and incorporate tourism activities related to the agricultural sector, thereby improving rural tourism.

To successfully implement the agro-tourism plan in the country, some agreements of cooperation have been signed with the Agronomy Faculty of the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and with the National Learning Service of Colombia which have experience in coffee farming.

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