Reasons why tourism in Mexico has taken off

The president of Enrique Pena Nieto celebrated on Tuesday the result of the report of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) that positioned Mexico as the eighth most visited country in the world by receiving 35 million international tourists in 2016. According to this report, Mexico rose one position in the …

Read More »

Business tourism in Mexico

According to the Tourism Promotion Council (CPT), Mexico has a variety of convention and exhibition centers, with spaces ranging from 13,000 to 960,000 square feet in more than 56 destinations, including major cities, beaches and colonial cities. The total value of meetings in our country -which include conventions and corporate …

Read More »

Tourism: the key to help rebuild Mexico and its economy

Tourism is one of the main needs of different nations, since it generates income, jobs, visibility and other factors that multiply and accelerate a country’s economy. Mexico, has great destinations that can be exploited even better than they already do to accelerate the economy. The importance and relevance of tourism …

Read More »

Lata promotes Bolivian tourist destinations

The renowned UK travel association Lata promotes a range of different tourist destinations on its website and this time included Bolivia in its summer offer with the slogan “Bolivia will take your breath away”. In its campaign to get to know Bolivia, the agency urges the traveler to follow in …

Read More »

A difficult year for tourism in Bolivia

When reviewing international tourism statistics and trends, it is interesting to see that in the last year worldwide tourism grew by 7%, generating more than 1,326 million international tourist arrivals and revenues of 1,340 billion dollars, representing 10% of world GDP (UNWTO data), in addition to their respective positive economic …

Read More »

Bolivia wants to strengthen tourism

Bolivia experienced significant growth with a multiplier effect on the generation of jobs throughout the chain of industry without chimneys, and is an important driver of its economy. According to the Bolivian Minister of Cultures and Tourism, Wilma Alanoca, tourism in Bolivia has become one of the main sources of …

Read More »