According to IADB website, the project aims to create a Regional Tourist Intelligence and Early Warning System (SIRTA, for its Spanish acronym), to facilitate access and disseminate information on tourism supply and demand (current and potential) of the Jesuit Route, identifying key opportunities and trends. SIRTA will also include early warning indicators, as an instrument for risk management, to protect local communities, visitors and investments in the tourism sector in key destinations for the articulation of the Jesuit Route. Risk management is essential to build trust (especially post pandemic) and move towards consolidating the Jesuit Route.
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