Agencia de Viaje

agencia de viajeSi usted siempre ha soñado con explorar el Amazonas o El Mundo Perdido, una visita guiada puede ser para usted. Viajes con Guía puede quitar el estrés y la ansiedad de la planificación de unas vacaciones al permitir que un operador turístico para crear un itinerario para usted. Pero, ¿cómo encontrar el operador turístico?
Aqui hay los mejores tour operadores en Venezuela, basado en el número y la diversidad de viajes que ofrece, así como el valor en dólares de viaje. Debido a una agencia de viajes no pueden tener todo lo que necesita, hemos enumerado finalistas que creemos que vale la pena considerar también. Tenga en cuenta que no estamos apoyando cualquier proveedor de uno sobre otro, nuestra intención es proporcionar un buen punto de partida para su búsqueda.
Aquí puedes determinar la calidad es averiguar cómo un operador turístico en particular es considerado por sus antiguos clientes. Usted puede comenzar haciendo el propio operador de cuestionario de evaluación anteriores (estos pueden aparecer incluso en su página web).
Recuerde que pensar en el tipo de recorrido que desee, incluso antes de comenzar la búsqueda. Son alojamientos de alta gama en su agenda? ¿Cuánto tiempo libre le quieres? ¿Prefiere ver las vistas desde la comodidad de un autobús con aire acondicionado? etc. su operador de viajes puedes auydar con todo este preguntas..

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Image The president of Cuba, Raul Castro, met with the Minister of Popular Power for Tourism (Tourism Ministry), Pedro Morejon, to assess existing agreements and to reaffirm the tourism projects and social training that have been running after the visit to Venezuela to stand Intenracional Tourism Fair of Cuba (FITCUBA 2009.)

The meeting also was attended by tourism ministers and defense of Cuba, Manuel Marrero and Julio Casas respectively, who presented the main statistical indicators of the Cuban republic and the agreements and projects that have been running between the two nations.

The opportunity was propitious to restore the Cuba-Venezuela, through the creation of a dolphin, whose investment amount is $ 3 million 613 000 844 (USD), which will be located on the eastern coastline of the country for the enjoyment of tourists and visitors.

Also addressed the business alliance for the promotion of tourist destinations binational, joint participation in international fairs and the search for new mechanisms for the transfer of foreign exchange in tourism operations.

Another point raised was related to the possible creation of a United Front of allied countries in international tourism, such as the World Tourism Organization, Association of Caribbean States, Caribbean Tourism Organization and others.

The assistance was to elevate a plan that benefits to public officials and the Revolutionary Armed Forces who, through preferential credit lines with banks of the State, to travel to the island, thereby increasing outbound tourism.

Also addressed issues advice to foster Cuban Popular Camping and improvement of marine Venetur.

Meeting with Cuba's tourist agencies

The Venezuelan Commission also held meetings with various Cuban tourist authorities and international tour operators from Canada, Italy, Spain, Argentina and Russia mainly, as well as several hotel chains installed in Cuba, to supplement knowledge in the areas of training and training providers tourism services. (Press Mintur / Alan Magician).

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Image Part of strategies to promote tourism in Venezuela and emission is to create alliances and agreements with the countries tourist brothers-as stated by the Minister of People's Power for Tourism (MINTUR), Pedro Morejon Cuba during his participation in relation to the International Tourism Fair of Cuba (FITCUBA).

Morejón recognized the importance of establishing strategic relations with neighboring countries to address issues relating to tourism and other topics, to develop the objectives of each.

"Through this alliance we have with Cuba to strengthen the lines established tourism in both countries, which are within the conduct meetings and meetings with international trainers, create new routes, providing more travel options for tourists as the" Multi ", which is working with the" tour "to ensure the smooth operation of these strategies," said Morejón.

Similarly, the holder of MINTUR reported to strengthen the training of tourism service providers are working with and Tourism Training Institute of Cuba (Formatura) and the Instituto Nacional de Turismo de Venezuela (Inatur) to exchange experiences between both to improve the machinery that motorize tourism.

For his part, Manuel Marcano, Minister of Tourism said that Cuba "is a priority for us to continue enhancing the emission of tourists with strategic alliances, such as that currently under way with Venezuela through the MINTUR and its owner, Pedro Morejón. What we seek is to promote tourism through the exchange of tourist destinations. " (Press MINTUR / Normelys Muñoz)

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Image To ensure the development of programs to promote tourism in Venezuela, the Ministry of Popular Power for Tourism (Mintur) held on Monday May 11 the first special meeting with representatives of national and international airlines.

Previously, he held a meeting with the owner of Mintur, Pedro Morejon

who expressed the need "to do this kind of meetings for the promotion of tourism, because airlines are vital for the development of a good tourism". Morejon also reports that one of the goals is to ensure that the natural beauty of Venezuela are part of "at least three of the seven wonders of the world."

Mintur Representatives of the National Civil Aviation Institute (INAC) and representatives of associations of airlines and air chambers, attended the meeting and discussed topics for the strengthening of tourism as an economic sector of the country and also raised needs and some projects may be considered to provide superior service and enhance tourism development in the country.

In this regard, Deputy Minister of Tourism Quality Services, Maria Auxiliadora Belisario, reported that it created a link between the deputy minister and representatives of airlines, in order to respond to their proposals and needs. "We will work with all institutions involved, making technical working to discuss possible solutions."

Humberto Figuera Meanwhile, chief executive of the Venezuelan Airlines Association (Alava), said "today's meeting surpassed our expectations, because I think very important initiative of the minister as to the capacity for dialogue between the Government and institutions and especially the willingness to meet the needs that may arise. "

Also William Bracho, executive director of the Venezuelan Chamber of Air Transport Company, said they were committed to the development of tourism and welcome the initiative of Minister Pedro Morejon working on integration with all institutions to ensure the promotion of Venezuela as a destination tourism. (Press Mintur / Normelys Muñoz)

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To promote the expansion and consolidation of friendly ties and greater knowledge of life, history and cultural heritage between the two countries, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Republic of Bulgaria, signed an Agreement of Cooperation Tourism, which was approved by the National Assembly through
its publication in the Official Gazette 39170 dated May 4, 2009.

The two nations are convinced that tourism is a vital resource for economic development, therefore agree to encourage and foster cooperation in the area by promoting tourism flows between these countries on the basis of the principles of equality, mutual respect sovereignty and reciprocity of advantages.

The Ministry of Popular Power for Tourism (Tourism Ministry) will be the executing agency of this agreement, in order to develop various areas of cooperation and encourage the composition of expert panels and implementation of best practices that will accelerate the increase in activity Desk.

In this bi-national agreement states that Venezuela and Bulgaria will participate in exhibitions, conferences, fairs and tourism events to promote the natural attractions and tourist service centers, and training in the area support the exchange of experiences and knowledge in all sectors tourism. In addition, evaluate the proposals for seminars and training courses for staff working in this area.

Similarly, in the contect of the Memorandum of Understanding for the Establishment of the Intergovernmental Joint Venezuelan-Bulgarian, will organize a working group in the area of ​​tourism with the aim of monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the provisions of signing of the agreement and discuss any other issues of common interest. (Press Mintur / Elsa Loewenthal)

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Image In order to promote the province of Belem do Pará and Venezuela as multi-destination tourism potential, a delegation of the Government of Pará, visited the Ministry of Popular Power for Tourism (Mintur), for a meeting with representatives of this institution.

The meeting was

with the assistance of the Secretary of Development, Science and Technology, Government of Pará, Maurilio Monteiro, in charge of the area of ​​International Cooperation, Nazaré IMBIRIBA and representatives of the Brazilian Service of Support to Micro and Small Enterprises (Sebrae), Tavares and CLAID Carmelia Oliveira, and Deputy Minister for Management and Tourism Development Mintur, Luis Arriaga.

During the meeting bilateral agreements were raised, among which is the financing of the parties to create a vacation plan that benefits the officers attached to the government of Pará and Mintur referred to in exchange for enjoying the tourist destinations of both countries.

Also aims to create a partnership between the agencies; Company Paraense de Turismo (Paratur) and Venezolana de Turismo (Venetur) SA, to tour operators and service providers leverage the marketing of tourism resources of the Amazon territory now shared.

Talks also were advanced in training, and tourism management projects between the Brazilian Service of Support to Micro and Small Enterprises (Sebrae) and Mintur, through the National Institute of Tourism (Inatur) in order to initiate a program of community tourism .

Deputy Minister for Management and Tourism Development Mintur, Luis Arriaga explained that materialize these agreements, both countries will benefit in the cultural and tourism potentials to ascertain their quality and service. (Press Mintur / Igor Fernández C.)