Kolombia: $ 1.5 miljoen ynvestearring om toerisme yn it lân te stimulearjen

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BOGOTA, Colombia – Colombia’s government will invest almost $1.5 million to partner with airlines and private companies in order to increase tourism in the country, which already jumped 7.34% in 201

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BOGOTA, Colombia – Colombia’s government will invest almost $1.5 million to partner with airlines and private companies in order to increase tourism in the country, which already jumped 7.34% in 2013.

Colombia’s ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism and its National Tourism Fund (FONTUR) are partnering with airlines in order to open up new and customized routes that could bring potential tourists to larger areas of the country. This is expected to integrate Colombian tourism businesses more deeply and directly with different international markets.

Ien niche-yndustry dy't spesjaal omtinken krijt yn 'e toeristyske sektor is miljeutoerisme, om't Kolombia it twadde meast biodiverse lân op ierde is efter Brazylje.

In diel fan 'e ynvestearring fan $ 1.5 miljoen sil streame nei de wichtichste tsjinstdistributeurs fan miljeutoerisme en spesjalisearre tuskenpersoanen, om har fermogens te fersterkjen om mear toeristysk ferkear fan oer de hiele wrâld te behanneljen en te lûken. Guon Kolombiaanske bedriuwen binne al begongen har te festigjen yn 'e FS, Kanada en ferskate Europeeske lannen.

FONTUR projects about 1,200 more possible business ventures as a result of the increased capabilities.

There are also plans to promote Colombia as an international destination for holding events. The initiative will also bring together international tourism entrepreneurs through trade missions, business conferences and “familiarization trips,” allowing Colombia to become a “world-class destination.”

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