Central American countries have approved a project to boost tourist security in the region, according to a press release from El Salvador's Tourism Ministry.
The agreement was signed at a meeting of the Central American Security Commission in El Salvador on the weekend.
El Salvador's tourism minister and currently president of the Central American Tourism Board, Rubén Rochi, said the Tourism Security System was designed by Iñaki Garmendia, a consultant from the World Tourism Organization, and officials from the Salvadorean Tourism Corporation.
The government prioritizes making the International Fair and Conventions Center into a first-class hub for the Central American region.
Carmen Molina writes in ElSalvador.com: "The Minister of Tourism and the president of the organization, Rubén Rochi, said yesterday that they are in the process of awarding the bid to a consultant who can help Cifco create the 'most appropriate business model' to achieve this goal.
The Mexican Government offered their cooperation in areas such as the Organización Mundo Maya, regarding statistics, training, and technical assistance.
In addition to the subscription of an aerial agreement for the Mundo Maya region, emerged the initiative and agreement to establish dialogue mechanisms between countries receiving cruise ships.
On the topic of statistics, Mexico offered its cooperation with technical assistance for the establishment of the Cuenta Satélite de Turismo, as well as the implementation of the Data Tur system to measure lay period and demand behavior in hotel establishments.
Investors have the east coast in their crosshairs. Experts suggest building an alternate airport that offers coverage to that part of the country.
"There are several groups of investors that are planning big projects for the eastern zone due to the boost it has gotten from the La Union Port. Cruise ships can dock at the port so that visitors can tour the area," Miguel A. Chevez, a tourist consultant, commented.
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