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Chile has replaced Argentina as Latin America’s fourth-largest tourism market after showing a strong increase in 2016. Here the Torres del Paine national park. (Photo: Juan Ernesto Jaeger/Fundacion Imagen de Chile)
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Latin American Tourism Arrivals, Receipts Grow


Panama, Dominican Republic remain stars in receipts per capita and GDP.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

The number of international arrivals and the receipts they generated grew in Latin America last year, according to a Latinvex analysis of data from the World Tourism Organization (TWO).

Meanwhile, Chile has replaced Argentina as Latin America’s fourth-largest tourism market after showing a strong increase in 2016, while Colombia replaced Argentina as the region’s fourth-largest tourism earner.

Ranking Keywords: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay

 

THE NUMBERS

Latin America Tourism (2016): Receipts

Latin America Tourism (2016): Receipt Winners & Losers

Latin America Tourism (2016): Receipts-GDP Ratio

Latin America Tourism (2016): Average Expenditure per Visitor

Latin America Tourism (2016): Arrivals

Latin America Tourism (2016): Arrival Winner & Losers

Latin America Tourism (2016): Arrival-Population Ratio

 

 

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