TOURISM IN PANAMA (Unit 1. Tourism in Panama (Political and Economic Data,…
TOURISM IN PANAMA
Unit 1. Tourism in Panama
Political and Economic Data
Form of Government
The constitution of 1972, amended in 1983, was a form of state of the Presidential Republic with a democratic system.
Based on three bodies
The Republic of Panama is politically divided into
Legal Aspects, Educational, Sanitary
Doctors by number of inhabitants
Health Care Regime
General Water Supply Network
Geographical Data of Panama
South with the Pacific Ocean
East with the Republic of Colombia
North With the Caribbean
West with the Republic of Costa Rica
Climate and Temperatures
It is typically tropical
The road network is approximately 11,000 km.
Unit 3. Tourism Business Opportunities
Panamanian Institute of Tourism
To promote tourism in our country.
Is given by
Promote private property and the principle of non-discrimination.
The Panamanian authorities demand that foreigners who wish to enter the country passport, the consular visa.
Commercial invoice, consular invoice, bill of lading and certificate of peace and safety.
Panamanians and foreigners are equal before the law.
Unit 4. Investments and Incentives
Acquisition of terrestrial, maritime and aerial transport equipment dedicated to the tourist activity.
Restoration, maintenance of historic monuments, national and municipal parks.
Construction, rehabilitation and equipment of establishments that are destined to offer lodging.
In areas of tourism development
For tourist transport activities
According to Law No. 14 of June 1994, which establishes
A fast, simple and rational process for the development of tourist activities.
National official entities
It is the financial system of Panama, becoming a financial center as an international banking center.
Economic and Financial Administration
Ministry of Commerce and Industries.
Panamanian Institute of Foreign Trade
Ministry of Planning and Economic Policy
Unit 2. Tourist Features and Business Opportunities.
Developmental Tourism Zones
We have 9 zones which are
Z3: Dry Bow
Z7: San Blas
Z8: The pearls
Tourist Activities of Interest
Active tourism / nature
It is characterized by
Air Travel Arrivals
Tourists Arrivals by Roads
Number of International Overnights in hotels
Arrivals of tourists by sea
Number of International Tourists
It is characterized by
Panama holds numerous monumental treasures from the colonial era.
The INAC is the institution responsible for the design of the country's cultural policy.