Peru presents itself at FITUR 2022 as a biosecure destination, committed to outdoor experiences | Business

MADRID–(BUSINESS WIRE)–January 20, 2022–

Peru is present at the 42nd edition of FITUR 2022 to position itself as a safe and ready destination for international travelers, motivating them to rediscover the South American country, reported the Comisión de Promoción del Perú para la Exportación y el Turismo [Peruvian Export and Tourism Promotion Commission] (PROMPERÚ).

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Inauguration of the Peru stand at FITUR 2022 by the executive president of PROMPERÚ, Amora Carbajal. ©PROMPERÚ

In accordance with its promotion and enhancement strategy, Peru presents a delegation made up of 19 co-exhibitors in order to present the best of its tourist offer in the nature, adventure and culture segments. Likewise, it announced its collaboration with the Asociación Española de Agencias de Incentivos – IdeMICE, in order to strengthen the attributes of the destination in this segment.

In addition, the Executive President of PROMPERÚ will play an active role in FITUR Woman, participating in the discussion: “Sharing public policies: Europe and America”.

Peru, a bio-safe destination

Peru is focusing its efforts at the fair on promoting the country as a biosafe destination, showcasing information related to biosafety protocols ( Safe travels Seal), as well as its varied tourist offer, with outdoor experiences and sustainable practices in the regions of: Amazonas, Áncash, Arequipa, Cusco, Puno, Ica, Lambayeque, La Libertad, Lima, Madre de Dios and Loreto.

“For us it is very important to return to a fair with as much international relevance as FITUR, and to show the world how we have adapted to new travel trends, focusing on sustainable tourism, said Amora Carbajal, executive president of PROMPERÚ.

2021, a year of recognition

In 2021, Peru received international awards and recognition, such as three World Travel Awards in its global edition (World’s No. 1 Culinary Destination 2021, World’s No. 1 Cultural Destination 2021, and Machupicchu distinguished as the World’s Top Tourist Attraction).

In addition to two World Cruise Awards (Best River Cruise Destination in the World and Best River Cruise Destination in Latin America); a total of nine tourist destinations included in the “Top 100 Sustainable Destinations List”; and the historic district and sanctuary of Machupicchu becoming the first wonder of the world and the first tourist destination to achieve carbon neutral certification.

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