Published on : Saturday, October 19, 2019
A team from the Brazilian Ministry of Tourism, led by the interim minister, Daniel Nepomuceno, started a technical visit to national parks of Rio Grande do Sul. The purpose of the agenda was to make a diagnosis and define measures to be worked around the national forests to enhance the sustainable development of tourism in the
The action will be for the better use of concessions to leverage the tourist flow in the region, with consequent generation of employment and income.
According Nepomuceno, the sending of the team is part of an action plan that the Ministry of Tourism is conducting in various destinations in the country to expand the flow of tourism.
“We are fulfilling our proposal, which is to know closely the reality and potential of each Brazilian destination. Now it is time for this important region of Rio Grande do Sul, which has a variety of attractions that can be enhanced with help, in addition to the Ministry
of Tourism, state governments, municipalities and businessmen in the sector. Together we will make tourism an important driving force for the economy of this region.”
In addition to the visit to the parks, Pasta's technicians held a tourist diagnostic meeting with strategic interlocutors from the municipalities of Canela (RS), São Francisco de Paula (RS) and Cambará do Sul (RS). During the meeting, a survey was made of the region's infrastructure, connectivity, environment and promotion needs.
In addition, the team drew up a strategic action plan, noting the potentials and obstacles to local development. It is expected that, with the measures, the tourist offer will be improved, generating jobs and income for the population.
In the last two months, the Ministry of Tourism has made four other technical visits to strategic destinations in the country: Serra da Capivara, Jalapão, Angra dos Reis and Lençóis Maranhenses.