Nicaraguan Tourism Affected by Honduran Crisis

The Tourism Chamber reported a 40% drop in tourists entering the country through Honduras.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Leonardo Torres, director of the Chamber, added that tourism in Nicaragua will be "seriously affected" while the political crisis goes on in Honduras.

"... millions of dollars are being lost, because tourism generates a large supply chain, from transportation entering Nicaragua, taxes paid at the border, hospitality...", reports

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Slight Drop in Tourists Visiting Costa Rica

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The number of visitors to the region dropped 19%, triggering a 20% decline in sales.

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May 2009

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