Guatemala: Regulations for Adventure Tourism

Companies in the sector and the Guatemalan Tourism Institute are working on a proposal for rules for adventure tourism businesses in the country.

Friday, November 11, 2016

From a statement issued by the INGUAT:

Guatemala November 10, 2016. Given the need to regulate and control all activities related to the adventure tourism segment, private public entities have initiated a regulatory process, forming the Technical Committee on Adventure.

The table on Adventure Tourism seeks to meet the objectives set out in the Sustainable Tourism Policy in which strengthening of Adventure Tourism Segment is constituted along with minimizing any risk factor in the execution of any activity provided within this tourism segment.



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