Central American tourism bounces back to $7.34 billion
Tourism in Central America bounced back from the international financial crisis with an 11 percent growth in arrivals last year.
Earnings in 2010 came to $7.34 billion, creating 21,000 jobs.
A report from the tourism department of the Central American Integration System says that the main tourism destinations are Costa Rica, with two million visitors, Panama, with 1.3 million, and Guatemala with 1.2 million.
Original source (in Spanish): AFP