— NUMBER 8
We are, more than ever, committed and loyal to our principles. We would like to share this issue with you, our vision, our experiences, and our eco-responsible and solidary projects in the continent where our receptive tourism company QUIMBAYA LATIN AMERICA has been open for 32 years.
First of all, yes, we are proud to blow out our 32ndcandle! All of these years in operation have been an important symbol for us.
Sustainability— through the unique and exceptional relationships we have fostered with you my dear friends and clients, to whom we owe everything. We have worked hand in hand over all of these years and we owe what we have become to you. You have expected excellence, and together we have practiced the concept of durability
— NUMBER 7
This 7th issue of VISIT LATIN AMERICA will provide you with new discoveries and rewarding experiences.
We have created an important article on the coffee roads, since 9 of our destinations produce the best coffees of the world. We have selected those which seem to us to be the most unpublished. Each of our producing countries has a different story to tell, landscapes as picturesque as they are breathtaking, where cordilleras, valleys, rivers and villages with flowery houses make up the most beautiful paintings. Your customers will be fascinated! You will discover places which are still little known in northern Peru, but also in Chile, and Cuenca in Ecuador. In addition, you will have a calendar of the main festivities that will take place between October and March, which make Latin America a world of festivals and colors steeped in centuries-old traditions.
— NUMBER 6
Travel spots to (re)discover
In this new edition of VISIT LATIN AMERICA, we’re thrilled to share some fabulous destinations and recommended services from our partners. We want to offer not only these beautiful places, but the stories of men and women who make our Latin American journeys magical. In our newest edition, we have the privilege of welcoming the company AIR FRANCE, who’ve opened up more and more flights in Latin America. Lençóis Maranhenses is now accessible from Fortaleza in Brazil. We’ve interviewed Zully Salazar, President of the Tourism Board of Cartagena, the colonial pearl of Colombia. Whether it’s Sud Lipez in Bolivia, the mysterious Chiloe Island in Chile, Antioquia in Colombia, Campeche in Mexico or another destination, this magazine is much more than just a trip! It’s a go-to reference for your clients looking for exceptional experiences.
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