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Central America and the Dominican Republic turn to tourism digitisation

In times of pandemic, Central America and the Dominican Republic are committed to turning digitisation into their main focus to boost tourism in the region, allowing viewers to virtually enjoy the many attractions and sights.


Belize will launch its Tourism Gold Standard programme from October 1, which will introduce four easy steps to consider while planning a trip to Belize. The programme aims to improve the health and safety standards of hotels, restaurants and tour operators.


The Central American country has now invited viewes to see and experience a 360 virtual tour of the country and get closer to its culture, tradition, biodiversity and cuisine. The tours have informative narratives in Spanish and English.

El Salvador

This country is considered the best destination for surfers, and the pandemic has not prevented the tourist authorities from presenting a sample of more than 300 km of beaches, that line the Pacific coastline. For a virtual surfing experience visit


Honduras is committed to digital innovation and has started offering informative and interactive itineraries with a huge range of activities for travellers here:


Nicargua is not just the land of lakes and volcanoes, but a place filled with cultural richness, dance, music and traditional costumes, which can be seen virtually. Music provides identity, essence and character to the inhabitants here and marks the diversity of groups that live here.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica shows visitors an interactive map and captures the most outstanding tourist places in 76 images in the 360 format. Take a look here:


Panama offers travellers an interactive route through some of the most famous museums in the city. The spaces are adorned with narratives, anecdotes and stories of science, technology, nature, history or culture, introducing potential travellers to Panama before they can visit.

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic has launched a virtual platform that provides practical information on the different tourist areas of the country, excursions and activities in each of them, their typical dishes, and the music and rhythms of Dominican artists.

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