Tourism should ensure prosperity in South America, despite Covid-19

In the first tourism fair to be held in Latin America since "normality" changed in 2020 due to the pandemic, it became evident that the engines of reactivation are already turned on.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - South America declares itself ready to make the cash register of its injured economy ring again through the reactivation of tourism, a competition that looks to be fierce and that will take place even in the midst of the hard battle that the region is fighting against the coronavirus.

In a first step to making their offer known to the world's tourists, representatives from Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Peru met with their Colombian counterparts this week at the 40th Tourism Showcase of the Colombian Association of Travel and Tourism Agencies (Anato), which is being held . . .

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