La Mano del Mono to lead panel on Systemic Solutions for Tourism in Natural Areas

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Viviana Vasquez

In a world increasingly aware of the importance of sustainability in tourism, La Mano del Mono, specialized in creating partnerships for tourism to contribute to the regeneration of natural areas and the well-being of local communities, stands as a leader in the search for solutions for the management of natural areas in Latin America. By participating in the panel on Systemic Solutions for Tourism in Natural Areas in Latin America at the WTM Latam Awards, La Mano del Mono will contribute to the debate on how to preserve our natural resources while promoting tourism in a responsible manner.

Tourism in Natural Areas 

The event, which will take place within the framework of the WTM Latin America, the leading B2B travel and tourism event in Latin America, brings together professionals from various sectors, including travel agencies, tour operators, accommodations, airlines and more. For three days, April 15-27, 2024, participants will have the opportunity to explore the latest trends, source new products, expand their network and discover opportunities that will boost their business.

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The panel on Systemic Solutions for Tourism in Latin America's Natural Areas to be held on April 16 at 3:30 p.m. will be a platform to explore management challenges and strategies in these areas. Effective management of tourists and site carrying capacity are crucial to ensure the environmental and financial sustainability of these destinations. In addition, the abilities of ecotourism enterprises to adapt and access markets are determinant for the socio-cultural sustainability of these areas.Under the moderation of Alejo Heymo, La Mano del Mono Operations Coordinator, the panel will offer a unique vision of how to transform these challenges into opportunities. Through the presentation of innovative initiatives and projects, participants will be inspired to adopt sustainable practices and contribute to the responsible development of tourism in natural areas of Latin America.