Colombians go out more to the Caribbean and Central America

Colombians go out more to the Caribbean and Central America

Tourism has been a key piece for the recovery of the economy and one of the aspects that has allowed its progress is the reduction in travel restrictions.

In fact, the first five months of 2022 reveal encouraging numbers for this tourism, since Anato estimates that, based on data from Migración Colombia, between January and May, the flow of Colombians abroad reached an increase of 6% with 1 .9 million passengers, compared to 1.8 million registered in the same period of 2019.

In turn, the association highlights that, between January and May, for reasons of tourism, events and business, Central America and the Caribbean they had a 39% share as a destination in the departure of Colombians; followed by North America, with 29%; and Europe, with 18%.

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