Central America and the Dominican Republic are committed to regional tourism with innovation and sustainability

Through a meeting, the region affirmed its commitment to the promotion of multi-destination, institutional strengthening and the link between the public and private sectors of the region for a more robust industry

(Source: CATA)

With the firm purpose of strengthening collaboration in favor of sustainable tourism development in the region, the Authorities of the National Tourism Administrations and the Presidents of the Chambers of Tourism of Central America and the Dominican Republic met at the LXX Ordinary Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Central American Tourism Promotion Agency (CATA, for its acronym in English).

The meeting, which took place in the Salvadoran capital, was led by the Pro Tempore Presidency exercised by the country of the waves. . 

"We have everything to offer to the extent that we look at ourselves, think about ourselves, and work as a region, promoting those natural and cultural attractions that make each country unique. Let's compete together and as a team against global markets to capture the attention of millions of travelers and international events that are constantly looking for new destinations", emphasized Minister Morena Valdez, who also holds the Pro Tempore Presidency of CATA.

Tourism, when approached with a focus on innovation and resilience, becomes a transformative force that can drive economic growth and improve the quality of life for local communities. For this reason, in order to fully recover the industry, the countries of the region seek to combine unique and attractive experiences with the ability to adapt to changes and thus overcome the obstacles of a changing environment.

The inauguration of the CXXVI Ordinary Meeting of the Central American Tourism Council (CCT) had the outstanding participation of His Excellency Mr. Félix Ulloa, Vice President of the Republic of El Salvador; Mr. Werner Vargas, Secretary General of the Central American Integration System (SICA); Ms. Anasha Campbell and Ms. Yaoska Calderón, Co-Directors of the Nicaraguan Institute of Tourism (INTUR); Ms. Anayansy Rodríguez, Minister of Tourism of Guatemala; Mr. Carlos Andrés Peguero, Vice Minister of Tourism of the Dominican Republic; Ms. Magda Durán, Vice Minister of Tourism of Panama; Ms. Tatiana Siercke, Marketing Manager of the Honduran Institute of Tourism (IHT); Ms. Ligia Miranda Ponce, Executive Secretary of the Central American Tourism Integration Secretariat (SITCA); and Mrs. Karina Cantó.


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