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One of the many sectors that was affected by the parate due to mandatory isolation was tourism. Very hit activity and being one of the important pillars of Jujuy's economy, since the government launched a unique plan so far: Jujuy for jujeños, with this they seek to save, benefit and try to resume tourism activity since June; with the particularity that is only for residents of the province .
Such a tourism is a strange thing, but it also represents an opportunity. Localities living on tourism received with expectations these ads, which they expect to be implemented from June 1 since the quarantine was announced they are without income. Especially the Quebrada de Humahuaca sector, famous for the amount of international and local tourism it receives every year.
Although initially Jujuy for jujeños will be as its name suggests, only for residents of the province, it would be in the plans of Governor Gerardo Morales to include Salta and Catamarca . The governor said in one of his announcements that he will assess the epidemiological situation with Salta, in order to enable a passage between the two provinces. “In a couple of weeks we will have the same security measures,” he said, referring to this.
Promotions, discounts and benefits are those that will be offered to capture tourism in the province. Jujuy has natural jewelry such as Hornocal or Tilcara . For jujeños this can mean a reunion with their landscapes and customs that so captivate foreigners. Maybe it's time for jujeños to enjoy them for a few days too.
Publication Date: 29/05/2020
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