El Salvador Launches Geo-Tourism Strategy

Authorities seek to install new forms of tourism development in the country, exploiting the natural and cultural features of the country’s coffee plantations.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Called “Geo-Tourism Strategy”, the plan comprises 10 main items, which include “strengthening and contextualizing the number of options offered to tourists, analyzing what do tourists demand and rescuing and adding value to the biodiversity of the country’s coffee forests”.

The plan will be funded by the BMI, the Multi-Sector Investment Bank, and will mainly benefit the following areas: Metapán, Morazán, Ruta las Flores, Conchagua, San Salvador Volcano, Comasagua and Jayaque.



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