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Following in the footsteps of Brazil and Colombia, Peru appears to be aligning itself as the next South American country ready to support an evolution of its tourism and hospitality industries.

On top of Peru’s already solidified economy, the Peruvian government is boosting incentives to attract investment in infrastructure. Meanwhile, Peru’s successful mining industry is providing a pipeline for higher incomes, leading to more domestic travelers.

Previously, many of the hotels in Peru were state-owned and managed by third parties. Today, the country is inviting outside investors to help grow the industry.

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