Costa Rica: Tourism sector calls for infrastructure works

The Southern Caribbean Tourism Chamber and the United Committee of Talamanca and the Southern Caribbean petitioned the Municipality to invest more in the zone.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

The president of the Chamber of Tourism, Rolando Soto, said that there are urgent needs for the region to fix roads, water and sewage treatment plants and to improve drinking water services.

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Panama: Modernized Tourism Plan Urged

February 2015

In order to achieve maximum growth potential and position themselves as a major destination in the region, it is imperative to update the Master Plan for Tourism, developed in 2007.

In the view of tourism enterprises, some of the factors that need to be strengthened are related to the creation of a plan to boost tourism products, work with indigenous regions to boost tourism in these areas, update sector priorities and above all to create the concept of clusters, "... conglomerates which form a more integrated tourist circuit."

$60 million Water Treatment Plant

May 2014

In Nicaragua, the Caribbean town of Bluefields lacks potable water which prevents it from receiving tourists.

The government has announced that it will install a new plant in the Caribbean town of Bluefields in order to adapt the conditions of the area and encourage more tourism.

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