Two tourism projects advance in the Special Economic Zone of La Guaira

The national superintendent of the Special Economic Zones, Johann Álvarez, indicated that in the state of La Guaira, work on two hotel tourism projects is progressing to promote the sector

The promotion of the tourism sector in the Special Economic Zone of the state of La Guaira is advancing through two hotel projects, according to statements by the national superintendent of the Special Economic Zones (ZEE), Johann Álvarez.

The official indicated that these are two projects in the hotel sector “with national capital investment.”

“The projects are Camurí Mar Beach Club, designed with 18 double-story cabins, at the moment it is 40% complete, also the Bahía Sunset Ecological Boutique Hotel, which uses discarded containers and converts them into cabins, to date they have a 35% execution,” declared Álvarez.

The developments in the state of La Guaira, where the country’s main port and the Maiquetía International Airport are located, are supported by national investment and seek to enhance local and international tourism in the state.

Álvarez highlighted that “the economic activity agreements will be signed, allowing investors to begin to enjoy the incentives regarding ISRL, the refund of import taxes, among some benefits.”

He added that the investors contributing to these developments in Venezuela come from China, Haiti, Latin American, African and Arab countries.


Source: viajesboletin

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