El Salvador: Final Revision of Tourism Plan

The vision of the sector for the country to become a world tourism destination by 2020.

Friday, September 19, 2008

The final review of the National Tourism Plan was completed with the participation of all the stakeholders in the national tourism sector. Said plan includes the widening of the panorama in the long term.
The strategies and long term vision include the need to develop basic airport and land infrastructure that provide for quick transfer to the various destination that tourist want to visit. It also calls for qualified human resources; as well as support for micro and small businesses, in addition to other aspects.

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Panama: Modernized Tourism Plan Urged

February 2015

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Nicaragua Tourism Plan Announced

January 2015

The Nicaraguan Institute of Tourism has unveiled a strategy which aims to increase the number of tourists especially in summer, promoting the main tourist routes in the country.

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Panama Needs More Tourists

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