Tourism Projects in El Salvador

In order to attract the attention of investors, entrepreneurs have created a portfolio of six major projects for tourism development.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

The Association of Coastal Marine Tourist Developers (Promar in Spanish), led by renowned Salvadoran entrepreneurs, recently presented the Government with an ambitious portfolio of six mega resorts with high potential to attract investment to the country, to be run in the next 14 years, and which is valued at $2 billion. reported that "these works of a coastal-marine nature include hotels, restaurants and apartment complexes in different parts of the country."

Of all the proposed projects, the most strategic is the construction of a regional airport with connections in La Union. "This project would trigger logistics development in the area, and would facilitate connections between Nicaragua and Honduras to international markets," said Mark Guirola, president of Promar.

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