Regions celebrate World Tourism Day with activities

The celebration will culminate on Friday with an ecotourism walk to the La Suerita waterfall.

The National Institute of Tourism (Inatur), the Trujillana Tourism Corporation (Corpoturismo) and the Venezuelan Youth of Tourism carried out this Monday a recreational, cultural and sports take in the spaces of the Monument to Peace, in the Trujillo entity, where they were favored More than 50 members of the State Administrative Service for the Protection of Children and Adolescents (Sapnnaet).

In this sense, the president of Corpoturismo, Erinel Cardozo, stated that taking the motto of inclusion, World Tourism Day was celebrated with a guided visit and special activities aimed at the most vulnerable children and young people of Sapnnaet.

"Today we are celebrating World Tourism Day with the slogan an inclusive tourism, that is why we invited the girls, boys and adolescents of Sapnnaet, who enjoyed recreational and cultural activities in the most important tourist icon of the state as it is the Monument to Peace ”, he affirmed.

Cardozo thanked Governor Henry Rangel Silva for their support, as well as the region's tourism team, to offer children and adolescents a different day.

For her part, the director of Sapnnaet, Ana María Fuenmayor, indicated that for the first time the 57 children and adolescents visited the largest habitable monument in America.

“With this activity we are fulfilling the right to recreation for these 57 children and adolescents who did not know the Monument to Peace (…) it is a gratifying day for them who are vulnerable and need the care and love that they receive. it has given him in this activity ”, he expressed.

Attendees enjoyed face painting, inflatable castles, sweets and a tour of the various areas and viewpoints of the Monument to Peace.

Celebration week

Meanwhile, the sole authority of Tourism, Erinel Cardozo, pointed out that the programming for World Day will continue this Tuesday with the workshop on inclusive tourism, which will take place at the facilities of the Mario Briceño Iragorry Territorial Polytechnic University, where teachers and students will participate. of the National Tourism Training Program.

Also, on Wednesday, September 29, the visit of the Vice Minister of Tourism Projects and Works, Braian Vargas, will visit the various attractions of the Boconó municipality together with the tourism teams of the region; Service providers from the Laguna Negra, Laguna de Los Cedros and Niquitao del Jardín de Venezuela sectors will also participate in this activity.

The celebration will culminate on Friday with an ecotourism hike to the La Suerita waterfall; as well as recreational and sports activities in the Boconó municipality.

Sucre prepared a celebration until October

With a solemn Mass in the Santa Inés de Cumaná Church, the Sucre State Tourism Corporation (Corsotur), the Municipal Tourism Institute (Imatur), among other institutions that make up this body, celebrated World Tourism Day.

In addition, they prepared a special program extended until October 02. «Today we are proud because Sucre is an exalted multi-destination where you can meet and enjoy beautiful beaches and rivers. The entire government team will continue working to be guarantors in offering the best service and security to locals and visitors, allowing the development and growth of this sector in the state, "said Argelis González, president of Corsotur.

In addition, he stressed that the agenda began on September 23 with the certification of knowledge, training for entrepreneurs and providers of tourist services residents of the Mochima National Park; There was also a cultural survey of the natural tourist resource "Las Cataratas de Agua Blanca", located in the Montes municipality; The Tennis Championship was held on the San Luis de Cumaná beach, among other activities.

For the next few days, talks and exhibitions for tourism entrepreneurs are being prepared in the main hotels and shopping centers of the city.

Hurry commemorated with forum

From the vicinity of the Hotel Acuario, located in the municipality of San Fernando de Apure, this Monday, September 27, World Tourism Day was celebrated under the slogan: "Tourism for Inclusive Growth" with a Forum called Impact of Tourism: the cosmovision of the ecological footprint and sustainability.

The Forum was directed by the Master of Science in Higher Education, Professor Geronima Moreno, who is currently responsible for the Agroecological Tourism career at the Experimental University of the Llanos Ezequiel Zamora (Unellez).

Likewise, during the activity there was the participation of the Coordinator of the State Unit of Inatur Apure, Jonny Bermúdez, who stressed “that every year we celebrate this date directed by the World Tourism Organization, who calls us for reflection this year , with its slogan Tourism for inclusive growth, giving the opportunity to all those with some limitations to be visible and included in this area.

For her part, the state coordinator of Conapdis, Liliana Orozco had her participation in the day highlighting that people with disabilities must be made visible in all tourist attractions so that they enjoy, and if it is the case they can work, promoting the quality of life of all without distinction of any kind.

The forum was enlivened by a cultural event by the Cabinet of Culture, where the music singer Llanera Jorge Arana performed, who performed various songs that pleased the public present, such as students, workers of public institutions, military personnel and the general public.

Merida awarded recognitions

A mass and recognition ceremony for cable car workers, Inatur, and service providers were held this Monday at the Barinitas station, base of the Mérida Mukumbarí Cable Car System, as part of the activities to commemorate World Tourism Day.

The event was attended by the workers of the Cable Car System, service providers, regional authorities of the Ministry of Tourism, Inparques, Inces and the deputy Jehyson Guzmán.

Guzmán thanked the trust of the tour operators who continue to offer the different services necessary to promote motor tourism in the region.

He stressed that from the El Vigía airport, there are currently 32 weekly flight frequencies, to different destinations, through six operators, which activates the rest of the tourism sector as providers, hoteliers, innkeepers, among others.

He said that the Mukumbarí Cable Car System is in the recovery phase and culmination in the technological adaptation "despite the fact that some economic resources were blocked in Europe, for the purchase of electronic parts, the Bolivarian government will put this tourist icon into operation," he said. Guzman.

The president of the Mérida State Chamber of Tourism (Caturem) said that they will continue to promote the state as a product for the national and international market. "We work to offer avant-garde tourism."

He said that next Thursday there will be a meeting with the sectors: business, service providers; cultural, educational and communicational to give way to a fusion of ideas and develop a work plan that enriches the tourist activity of the state.

Bolívar tourist powerhouse with the Orinoco River

The historical and cultural center of Ciudad Bolívar is a favorable place to attract national and international visitors to know the Bolivarian capital city. That was the great setting chosen by the Bolívar State Secretariat of Tourism to celebrate World Tourism Day.

The day began with a Thanksgiving Mass at the Santa Iglesia Catedral Metropolitana de la Virgen de las Nieves, where government and private representatives of the tourism sector joined in prayer for the health of humanity and especially the Bolivarian people, and for the prompt resumption of healthy leisure and recreational tourism activities so badly needed by families in this time of pandemic.

In the emblematic Casa de los Gobernadores, tourism service providers and their union organizations, artisans from different artistic fields, cultural groups especially folkloric and native ethnic groups, gastronomic entrepreneurs of autochthonous cuisine gathered.

All gathered in an atmosphere full of optimism towards a good future for which the official sector and the private sector are working harmoniously. For the success of this Tourist Showcase "With Bolivarian color and flavor", the Secretary of Tourism in the region Keyla Peñalver, mentioned that with creativity and dedication, she seeks to create opportunities for well-being so that Bolivians achieve the tourist power that the region deserves with as imposing as the Orinoco River is.

With information from the correspondents: Rebeca Viloria, Ana Victoria González, Ámbar Montilla, Agusmir Guarache and Ivannia Moreno.



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