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Costa Rica Heads to Honduras to Attract Visitors

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Costa Rica is making a strong appearance at the “Central American Travel Market,” the most important tourism fair in the region, where the nation pitched its tourism options to potential wholesalers in the Honduran market and abroad.

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Costa Rica Aims to Tourism

The National Chamber of Tourism will seek to increase the exposure of your offer in the annual tourism fair held in Honduras.

A total of 29 companies will represent Costa Rica in the “Central American Travel Market (CATM)”, the most important tourism fair in the region, announced the National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur).

The offer Costa Rica for the fair, to be held from today in the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula, options include beach, mountains, tours, car rentals and marketing services.

The bet of the Costa Rican companies will consolidate promoting Costa Rica as a tourist destination with its main markets attract tourists as well as network with potential wholesalers.

“CATM represents the ideal platform for the presentation of tourism in all Central American countries, where priority will be to establish business relationships with wholesalers in major source markets especially in Europe, Asia and South America,” the president Canatur, Juan Carlos Ramos, in a statement.

Ramos stressed that Central America will receive this year just over 8 million tourists, but that this figure “means less than 1% of total global tourists,” so the Central American isthmus and especially Costa Rica “have an opportunity to growth in attracting visitors. ”

Carlos Chavarria, CEO Tirimbina Biological Reserve, in the north of the country, said that participation in CATM assures employers the possibility of entering a market as attractive as Europe.

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