Guatemala City. By Julio Morales -AGN- In a recent article in the U.S fashion magazine VOGUE, Guatemala has been included among the 12 destinations for 2023.
After reopening their borders just after years of remaining closed, travel to Asia and Australia will make a strong comeback, with countries such as Japan and Singapore leading the list for travel in 2023.
Although Guatemala has long remained in the shadow of other more visited Latin American countries, without a doubt, it is one of the most culturally rich destinations in LATAM, according to hotel experts.
The magazine also emphasizes that visiting Guatemala allows people to absorb the magnificent natural beauty of the surroundings and to connect deeply with its people.
The experts have also chosen the following vacation destinations for 2023:
- Yukon, Canada
- The Arctic
- Málaga, Spain
- Benguerra Island, Mozambique
- Basilicata, Italy
- Edinburgh, Scotland
- Douro Valley, Portugal
- Patagonia National Park, Chile
- Rome, Italy
Tourists During the End of the Year
According to the information from the Guatemalan Tourism Institute -Inguat-, around 1.5 million people are expected to visit Guatemala during the holidays.
The authorities announced a positive flow for the sector as a result of the actions taken at the national and international levels.
The objective is to promote domestic tourism and support the growing economy of the tourism industry and other sectors.
Due to the holidays, a greater demand is expected in several tourist locations. Therefore, the invitation is to visit places with open spaces, such as parks, archaeological sites, and nature reserves.
Promoting domestic tourism continues to be the objective of a strategy promoted by the Guatemalan Institute of Tourism.
Among the strategies is “Guatemala is our land,” which aims to publicize the country’s tourist attractions.
Through these actions, we reaffirm our commitment to the public to ensure that this industry works in the best possible way to provide a pleasant experience for visitors.
Therefore, they encourage Guatemalans to travel within the country to get to know its cultural beauty.