$60 Million in Honduran Tourism Project

The Inter-American Development Bank will finance "Playa Equipada", a touristic endeavor located in Tela.

Monday, January 11, 2010

René Gómez, who heads the Municipal Tourism Unit (UMT), explained that "Playa Equipada" will comprise recreation areas, kiosks, pedestrian areas, playgrounds for children and a pier for motorboats.

Gomez added: "the project will take between two and three years to complete, creating direct and indirect jobs related to construction. Once ready, it will generate various job positions in tourism".

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Panama: $47 Million for Tourism Project

February 2020

CIFI and BID Invest authorized a loan for West Report S.A. to develop, build and operate a hotel complex in Bocas del Toro.

The new hotel, which will have 118 rooms, several restaurants, a spa and other meeting places for its guests, will be operated under the brand name Viceroy Hotels and Resorts, reported CIFI.

Coastal Tourism Projects in El Salvador

January 2013

There are already five investment projects seeking to take advantage of the benefits of a Fomilenio II project which has yet to materialize.

"Up to 31 December 2012, the Agency for Investment Promotion and Export of El Salvador (Proesa) has received five formal requests for projects seeking to be financed by the nonrefundable fund 'Investment Commitment ES', said the executive director of the institution, Giovanni Berti. "

Florida Ice Withdraws from Tourism Project in Costa Rica

January 2012

The company has announced its withdrawal from the Peninsula Papagayo tourism project in the Guanacaste Province.

The company owned a "minority share" of the project.

Corporate Relations Director of Florida Ice & Farm CO. Inc. (Fifco), Gisela Sanchez, explained in a press release that: “‘In line with strategic thinking regarding controlling the projects in which the company invests, we will now have the advantage of having full control over the development of large lot in the northern sector of the Papagayo peninsula. "

Millionaire Investment Awaiting Environmental Permits

November 2009

Touristic project "Guacalito de la Isla", to be developed in 670 hectares in Nicaragua, is awaiting environmental permits.

It is being developed by Sociedad Marina de Guacalito S.A., subsidiary of Grupo Pellas, and will include 490 lots for luxury residences.

Laprensa.com.ni reports: "The environmental management plan states that 'Guacalito de la Isla' plans to invest $225 million, ...

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