Tourism Concessions in Historical Sites in Colon

A bill presented in Panama would allow the construction of marinas and docks and the granting of concessions to develop tourism activities in historic areas in the City of Colon.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

The initiative presented in the National Assembly on August 4, aims to increase the influx of tourists to the historic areas of Portobelo and San Lorenzo, declared patrimony of humanity 34 years ago.

"...The first article of the bill empowers the Executive, after gaining approval from the board of the Tourism Authority of Panama and the National Historical Heritage of the National Institute of Culture (INAC) to grant concessions in Portobelo and San Lorenzo. Additionally, it allows the construction of marinas and docks in order to facilitate the continued influx of people to the place. "

Prensa.com reports that "...In order to grant concessions to stakeholders interested parties would be required to provide maintenance, preservation and restoration of buildings and the area, provided that this meets with the approval of the Directorate of Historical Heritage at the INAC . "



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