Panama’s $1.2 million investment in Central America Travel Market pays off. The Year of Sustainable Tourism proclaimed
The ministers of tourism of the seven Central American countries unveiled the region’s tourism strategy for 2012 and other new developments at a press conference held at the Central America Travel Market in Panama.
At the event, 2012 was declared “The Year of Sustainable Tourism” for Central America. Other key priorities for next year include the promotion of the region’s rich Maya heritage, and the development of a new website for the region.
Salomon Shamah, tourism minister of Panama, said the country’s $1.2 million investment in hosting this year’s market had paid off with a successful event which generated a high volume of business.
Original source: Breaking Travel News