Guanacaste seeks to boost tourism

Guanacaste needs another marina, an improved airport at Tamarindo and a permanent structure for the tourist police, according to a representative of the Cámara de Turismo de Guanacaste.

Chamber officials met last week with a special legislative committee set up to consider the needs of the province.

The three points came from businessman Hubert Gysemans, one of the founders of the chamber. Also attending were mayors Jorge Chavarría Carrillo of Santa Cruz, Carlos Cantillo of Carrillo and Luis Gerardo Castañeda de Liberia

The goal, of course is to generate more tourists for the area.

Juan Marín Quirós, a lawmaker, said the important need is to create a program of training and more resources for the tourist police and financing, according to an announcement.

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