Tourism project launched in Honduras

The Minister of Tourism and the mayors of Tegucigalpa, Santa Lucia and Valle de Angeles inaugurated the "Urban Planning Project for the Reales Minas corridor."

Friday, October 3, 2008

The mayor of Tegucigalpa said that the project seeks to identify parks, landscapes and cathedrals and other architectural jewels in the capital in order to integrate them into the corridor that reaches up to San Juancito, so that local and international tourists can choose the destination they would like to visit.
He confirmed that the municipalities involved will support a campaign to develop the Tourism Secretariat to promote tourism in these three historic municipalities.

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Successful Closing of Central America Travel Market 2010

October 2010

3.762 business meetings between wholesalers and businessmen in the region took place.

The event featured participation of 158 wholesalers and tour operators from 41 countries, 155 exhibitors from the region and 91 international media. published, "This year, seven out of 10 participants attended the fair for the first time, this will open the doors to new business contacts, said Roberto Robles, director of the Guatemalan Tourism Institute (INGUAT). Next year's fair will take place in Panama."

El Salvador prepares for tourist vacation expo

June 2008

On June 28-29, travel agencies will learn about the wide range of tourist activities for visitors to El Salvador.

The International Trade Show and Convention Center will be the site of this event. A total of 31 foreign travel agencies will be offered data on the different tourist locations in the region.

Costa Rica Hotel offer joint packages

October 2008

Six hotel firms decided to join up and lower prices in order to prevent the financial crisis in the US to reduce their occupancy.

The Punta Islita, Lapa Ríos, Harmony, Arenas del Mar, El Silencio Lodge y Finca Rosa Blanca Hotels created joint packages to attract more tourists.

Panama hotel supply still not enough

January 2009

Despite an increase of 3.4% in 2008, hotels were unable to meet the demand for tourist accommodations.

According to, "For the sub-administrator of the Panama Tourism Authority, Carl Fredrik Nordstrom, supply increased, but "it is never enough," bearing in mind the increase in tourists that are visiting the country.

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