This project will consist of five core components, and the main beneficiaries will be: (i) hospitality and tourism-linked services firms (both domestic and foreign) of different sizes; (ii) national, regional and municipal governments and related agencies; and (iii) citizens in proximity to the destinations.
The project's design reflect inputs from multiple layers of government, including MINCETUR, the regional governments of Amazonas, Piura, and Arequipa, the local authorities in Lima, Chachapoyas and Arequipa, and the private sector (through trade associations and informal surveys of tourism-linked MSMEs), including several high-profile individual investors. Geographically, the project will focus its efforts in Amazonas, Arequipa, Lima, and possibly the Piura coastal areas (depending on opportunities for support identified through a diagnostic study conducted at the outset).
Investment type not available at the time of the snapshot.
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