The province had an active presence and participated in meetings with European tour operators and travel agents scheduled with the coordination of the Ente Patagonia Tourism and the organization of the National Institute for Tourism Promotion.
“The presence of Santa Cruz in these actions of world promotion are fundamental to energize our destiny and keep it in the imagination of the international public in view of the coming seasons and when we have achieved world recognition with the “Safe Trade Stamp” granted by the WTTC through INPROTUR “, explained the Secretary of State for Tourism of Santa Cruz, Valeria Pellizza.
“The immensity of our territory is the perfect setting to offer in the international market within the framework of the current trend, where nature, classic and emerging sites, isolated from large human conglomerations but with all the comfort, are part of the current demand in the framework of a 2020 Pandemic ”, said the Provincial Director of Tourism, Pablo Godoy.
The Province participated with its natural attractions, the proposals for crossings such as Scenic Route 41; the long-distance Bi national trail “Huella de Glaciares” that connects El Chaltén in Los Glaciares National Park with Villa Ohiggins, in Chile and the bird fauna of the Isla Pingüino National Park, in Puerto Deseado.
In this way, the Route 40 Corridor along with the Wind Corridor and the Blue Route are present in the worldwide promotion actions with the majestic Los Glaciares National Park, a natural anchor of our province.
The 40-year trajectory of the Travel World Market had its 2020 edition in virtual format where Santa Cruz deployed the novel material on each of the attractions making axis in the nature of the Patagonia Infinity.