Sun, sand and socialism: The revolutionary economy is neither efficient nor fun
No food, no money, no security, no medical care...no problem!
After improving the tourist passes, the government will undertake the necessary investments to improve the logistical trade flow of cargo transport in those border passes,
Costa Rica has been incentivizing tourism for many years now, as a result, tourist economic activity now represents nearly 20% of their yearly GDP.
Here are six ecotourism activities in Latin America that adventurous souls should add to their bucket list
Far from being a desolate, arid wilderness, the Atacama Desert in Chile is overflowing with captivating allure.
The South American metropolis is a cosmopolitan city made up of people from all over the world, full of festivals, theaters, and bars
The Latin American nations could come together in the hopes to attract more tourists
The geographical location makes the town a perfect place for extreme sports
When planning your next Latin American getaway, look for LEED certified hotels
These are some of the top five bars and restaurants where both residents and foreigners can spend a party night in Bogota’s best style
The record arrival of nearly 3.5 million visitors to Cuba last year has caused a surging demand for food, causing ripple effects that are upsetting the very promise of Fidel Castro’s Cuba.
The World Economic Forum, on its Tourism competitiveness ranking of 2015, placed Venezuela as the 110 of 141 countries, just under Albania, Kuwait, Nicaragua and El Salvador. In the same year tourism income reached US$575 million
When it comes to sustainable country houses, South America is a wonderland of quirky, unique, and downright beautiful ecolodges
After the deal was signed in 2016, Colombia has had an inflow increase of 14.5 % compared to 2015
If you are interested in ecotourism and the health benefits of being in nature, these places will seem made for you
Both governments are seeking ways to work together and attract new tourists
The government took the decision to invest $400 million in the tourist industry in the hopes that they will become a top destination.
“We sincerely invite Chinese tourists to visit Chile,” said Javiera Montes, undersecretary of Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism in Chile.
Capurganá, located in the Caribbean, offers picture- perfect, sandy landscapes between a small bay and dense tropical rain forest.
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