Peru’s Peru Travel Advisory Board: What’s in store for travel in Peru?
By JONATHAN ROGERSNEWS11/13/2018 | 14:06:59The Peruvian government is in the midst of a huge transformation in its tourism sector, but experts say its advisory board for travel will also be changing.
The Peruvians advisory board has appointed several members and has issued a travel advisory to all travelers.
But one of those appointed was the former president of Peru’s Tourism and Culture Ministry, José Ramón de Guzmán.
A key part of the advisory is a proposal to have tourists to use a “travel guide” to ensure their safety.
According to a report in El País, the advisory board is set to create a new travel guide to make sure tourists don’t take the road they are not supposed to and that they are properly trained on the rules and regulations of the country.
The plan is expected to take a few months to implement, and it is expected that the guidelines will be made public soon.
But experts say it’s a good start and it could be a template for the rest of the region.
The advisory board also appointed former head of Peru Tourism and the Culture Ministry Manuel A. Arcega, and former head for Peruvian Railways Miguel Dominguez.
In his announcement of the appointments, the president said that he was taking this step because he is worried about the growing number of deaths in Peru caused by alcohol and drugs.
He said he wants to change this by creating an advisory board that will work in a coordinated manner and provide a more professional and transparent service to all visitors to Peru.
But experts warn that the new advisory board may be nothing more than a model for others to follow, as it’s not clear that they will be the ones to change the country’s policy.
In an interview with the newspaper El Pais, Ayrton Mabunda, who heads the think tank the Centre for the Study of Tourism, said that it would be a mistake to think that the advisory boards will be able to solve all problems.
“What the advisory committee will do is not to create an international standard, but to establish guidelines to guide the people who are coming to Peru,” he said.
He added that there will be changes in Peru’s laws, as well as in how the country manages its tourism industry.
“Peru’s tourism sector is growing because of tourism investment,” he explained.
“We know that people from the Americas have invested a lot in Peru.
We want to help them.
But I don’t think the advisory panel will change anything.”