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International Hotel Chain Royal Decameron Plans Amazon Resort in Ecuador

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The international hotel chain Royal Decameron plans to develop a resort in the Amazonian region of Ecuador. The hotel chain states it will work the national airline, TAME, to offer tour packages to and from its other three resorts in the country.

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Multinational Foreign Tourist Shows Interest in Investing in the Ecuadorian Amazon
The international hotel chain announced Decameron interest in investing in the Amazon region of Ecuador, during an act of socialization on the fate of the area, which was attended by the Vice President, Lenin Moreno, Minister of Tourism, Freddy Ehlers, operators, provincial authorities and community representatives.

The multinational company raised even packages and tourism projects between the coastal province of Esmeraldas and the Amazon Napo, plus business bags and air links with other cities.

In the act of socialization within the Jumandi airport from the city of Tena (Amazon), the airline Tame said that could make connections from Quito to Tena reach, with the coastal cities of Guayaquil, Manta, Esmeraldas and Santa Rosa and the Andean Basin (south) and Tulcán (north), to boost tourism in this part of the Amazon.

Freddy Ehlers urged tour operators to be part of Napo business conferences and tourism fairs organized by the Ministry locally and internationally, while urging communities, hoteliers and tour operators to undertake projects that benefit and develop the region.

The Vice President praised the virtues of the area and stressed the potential offered by the airport, including take sample put in the formation of an aviation school and become a point of connection with neighboring countries such as Brazil and Peru.

Jumandi Airport, which opened a year ago, receives 500 passengers per month and performs 120 operations a month. It is one of the most modern in the country, has teams of aeronautical meteorology, air navigation radars and instruments of the art. It has a track of 2,400 meters long and 60 wide, and an area of ​​266 hectares. Capital expenditure for construction was about $ 40 million.

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