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8 Places Where El Salvador Hopes Tourism Will Boom

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El Salvador is considering eight mega-tourism projects with an estimated value of $30 million to be developed by public, private, and public-private partnerships in specific locations throughout the nation. First up, major remodeling of the port of La Liberated and the Costa del Sol Boulevard (La Paz).

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Tourism is Eyeing Investing Millions

The tourism sector is eyeing eight projects that could total more than $ 30 million, including projects developed by public, private or partnering.

These will be located in coastal, urban and mountain, several of them on a large scale, in order to boost tourism in these areas. Among the projects is to develop next spring remodeling craft port of La Libertad, in which invested $ 87.742.

The works by the Salvadoran Tourism Corporation (CORSATUR), initiated in December to give more than they expect striking the pier and attract more tourists to the area. Likewise, in the Costa del Sol Boulevard (La Paz), the next month will begin to execute works to enhance the aesthetics of the tourist route.

There will invest $ 36.982, announced Roberto Viera, CEO CORSATUR. Another project to develop before the end of the year is the construction of a lighthouse tour in the park Family (La Union) at a cost of $ 53,000. “We believe that (the lighthouse) will give a boost to the municipality of La Union, and fundamentally new tourism products that are emerging in the Gulf of La Union,” said Viera.

Processing Works requiring investment are stronger in fund raising. Among them is the Plaza Sailor, a project that will complement the jetty port of La Libertad and requires an investment of $ 4.5 million.

They are currently in the process of obtaining financing, according to the Ministry of Tourism. Marinera Square will house a large number of commercial establishments. Granting Mountain Hotel (in the Cerro Verde, Santa Ana) is also part of the works in which they could invest an amount millionaire. Is currently performing a feasibility study for concesionarlo, but the investor would have to inject at least $ 3 million in the first year. The project stronger the beach The Icacal (La Union), that could be done in a partnership public private-which will cost no less than $ 20 million, according to calculations of Tourism.

In addition, it seeks to promote a tourism project in Puerto El Triunfo with an investment of $ 925,000 and one in Jiquilisco at a cost of $ 350,000.

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