Tourism exhibiting positive rebound in Latin America

 Tuesday, September 27, 2022 


Latin America is celebrating the National Hispanic American Heritage Month bringing positive news for its tourism industry which is exhibiting signs of retrieval. In some cases like Puerto Vallarta, a Mexican destination known as the ‘Green Pearl of the Pacific’, there are lesser talks about recovery and more about growth, when in August, it exceeded expectations by 38 percent arrival of domestic and international tourists that it had witnessed in 2019.

In the meantime, revival in Central, Caribbean, and South America has augmented international flight influxes by 26 percent this year.

One of the factors that have increased the lure of Latin American destinations for global tourism is that there are many places where travelers can create experiences outdoors as well as in rural communities away from the hustle and bustle of cities.

The pandemic brought to the fore a type of visitor who is more concerned with sustainable tourism and looking for mingling with nature, staying in countryside accommodation and boutique hotels.

For this division of travelers, the characteristics of Latin America is perfect for its ample undertakings in national parks and protected areas in a wide diversity of ecosystems, from deserts to mountains and luxurious jungles. Although tourism’s recovery in the region is still in progress, it has become favored for a new generation of tourists joining old-fashioned travelers.

Countries like Chile, Peru, and Ecuador are now well-known as the best destinations globally in the World Travel Awards, in categories like Adventure Travel, Romantic Destination, Cultural City, and Emergent City (Montevideo, Uruguay), among others.

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