Panama to Invest in Tourist Signaling
The signaling plan includes major national routes and is expected to be completed before the end of this governments term.
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Panama's tourism minister, Solomon Shamah said the estimated investment for the plan is close to $363,000. The implementation requires coordination between the Tourism Authority, various municipalities and the Ministry of Public Works.
As part of the proposal for Fomilenio II, the government has announced several projects for creating a nucleus of attractions in various parts of the coastal zone.
The country will improve its tourism offerings in San Juan del Sur and Granada with the IDB loan.
The Tourism Authority is discussing including in the tax credit project companies who promote domestic tourism.
Authorities and entrepreneurs have come together to launch a service guide for tour operators, restaurants, small hotels, adventure tourism companies and others.
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