With Machu Picchu, the Nazca Lines, the beautiful beaches of the north, and the country’s lively gastronomic scene, tourists know that there’s no losing when it comes to traveling to Peru. And now investors are taking note, ranking Peru in the top four Latin American countries most attractive to tourism investment, along with Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico.
The president of the South American Hotel & Tourism Investment Conference 2015, Arturo Garcia Rosa, said that Peru is among the best in Latin America for attracting investment to develop tourism. He pointed to Peru’s stable economic situation and recent advances made in security and national continuity being responsible for the favorable climate for tourists and investor alike.
“Peru, as well as important tourist destinations, has a stable economic situation. This is important when it comes to decision-making time,” Garcia Rosa told Andina news agency.
The Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade, Maria del Carmen De Reparaz, said that this is the result of several years of intentional development.
This was enforced by the Chief Executive Officer of Accor Hotels South America, Patrick Mendes. He stressed the potential for development of economic infrastructure in the region as seen in the United States, Europe, and Asia – attracting even more international investors and tourists to Peru’s incredible wealth of natural and cultural attractions.”