PROMPERÚ seeks to attract US$21 million in tourism investmentSíguenos en:
- Investment projects are located in Lima, Iquitos, and Madre de Dios.
- The Third Peruvian Tourism Investment Forum will be held on December 1 and 2.
In order to promote economic reactivation and growth, as well as to make the investment opportunities and benefits that Peru offers in the tourism sector visible, the Commission for the Promotion of Peruvian Export and Tourism (PROMPERU) will participate in the Third Peruvian Tourism Investment Forum (Invertur), a space for dialog and exchange of ideas, where national and foreign entrepreneurs and investors can connect and learn first-hand about the opportunities and facilities offered by the country regarding investments.
The forum, to be held on December 1 and 2, will include the participation of renowned leaders and representatives of government entities, who will be responsible for publicizing the opportunities and facilities offered by Peru for investors in the hotel industry, tourism real estate developments, cruises, among others, in Latin America and worldwide.
In total, there are five (5) tourism investment projects that PromPerú seeks to promote at the investment forum, with a total amount of more than twenty-one million dollars (US$21,861,500). These are located in Lima (2), Iquitos (1) and Madre de Dios (2).
Among the projects to be promoted by Invertur are a hotel with more than 28 years of experience in the management of nature and adventure tourism in the Manu National Park and an ecolodge located on the banks of the lower Madre de Dios River, in front of the Tambopata National Reserve. In addition to two hotels located in Iquitos and in the Lima district of San Isidro.
"Tourism is one of the pillars of the Peruvian economy and it is our responsibility not only to attract more tourists, but also to promote the highest quality tourism services. Attracting both domestic and foreign resources to further improve the current tourism offer is the way to achieve these objectives," explained Amora Carbajal, Executive Director of PROMPERÚ.
The two-day virtual event will feature panels in which industry leaders will share data, experiences and development and investment theses. It will also provide a space to connect in 1:1 meetings with the opportunities presented and event promotion activities, roadshows with investors and others, where Peru can be shown as an attractive destination for investment and attracting capital from different countries around the world.
During the Second Tourism Investment Forum, held in January of this year, a total of 200 appointments were made with 185 participants from 14 countries, including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Germany, Guatemala, Mexico, Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States, the United Kingdom, the United States and Uruguay.