The Visitor in Brazil

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The Visitor and Focus on Panama recently participated in the first Latin American World Travel Market fair held in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Some 14 companies travelled with the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP) as part of its official delegation.

Panama is an attractive market for Brazilian tourists because the Brazilian currency, the real, is nearly equal to the dollar and the shopping dollar goes a lot farther here than in South America. According to Alexis Zapata of the Viajes Arcoiris travel agency, Brazilian tourists on average spend $3,000 in the country on a four day trip, not including hotel and plane ticket.

Visitors to the fair enjoyed picking up copies of The Visitor and Focus on Panama at the ATP stand.

Tourism professionals in Brazil at WTM

Elena A. Bogatyrew, representative of Aventuras Colón 2000 for South America.

Elena A. Bogatyrew, representative of Aventuras Colón 2000 for South America.

Kenelma Mendoza of Turista Internacional and Norissa Small of Continental Hotel & Casino.

Kenelma Mendoza of Turista Internacional and Norissa Small of Continental Hotel & Casino.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Luciana Kramer of the Margo Tours agency.

Luciana Kramer of the Margo Tours agency.

Leslie Sanchez of Hotel Playa Tortuga and Alexis Zapata of Viajes Arcoiris.

Leslie Sanchez of Hotel Playa Tortuga and Alexis Zapata of Viajes Arcoiris.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On the road again

The Visitor will be participating in even more international tourism fairs this year alongside the ATP. The next edition will travel to Germany. Other countries to be visited this year are the United States, the United Kingdom and Spain.

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