Guatemalan tourism tourism boom: 5 things to know

Guatemala’s tourism industry is on the rise, and tourists are eager to experience the country’s rich cultural heritage and natural beauty.

The tourism industry, which is worth US$2.5 billion annually, is supported by the countrys $50 billion aid package.

But what is the tourism industry?

What makes it worth so much?

And how does it compare to other countries in the region?

Guatemala is one of the poorest countries in Latin America.

Its GDP per capita is $11,600 and the rate of inflation is a staggering 7.5%.

And the country has one of Guatemala’s most brutal political regimes, with the death penalty and torture rampant.

The tourism industry has also suffered due to the political instability.

In 2010, tourism fell by almost half, from US$1.2 billion to US$3.3 billion, while in 2017, the number of international visitors fell by 15% to US1.4 billion.

The loss of tourism also led to the loss of more than US$60 billion in foreign exchange.

Many people are afraid of the government.

Tourism is not only seen as a source of income for many, but also a way of life for many others, and some locals have been seen as potential terrorists.

Many are scared to travel because of security concerns.

There are a lot of people who have died, some of them from the torture they endured in the government-run prisons, said Francisco Hernandez, a Guatemalan author and journalist who lives in the U.S. He said there are at least 2,000 people who died in the prisons, while more than 500 were tortured.

And the death toll from the crackdown on the prison guards is growing, he said.

Hernandez said the authorities have not explained why they took so many prisoners, and it is not clear why the prison authorities are still allowed to keep them there.

There is also a shortage of food in the prison, he added.

But there are some things that tourists can do to help boost tourism.

There is a lot to do, Hernandez said.

There are so many things you can do, from getting a passport, to attending a cultural event or a festival, to buying souvenirs, to renting a house or apartment.

And you can also start your own business, Hernandez told the UGC news team.

Tourism in Guatemala is growing as people want to experience Guatemala, and people who do not want to leave the country need to be seen.

Hollande said he hopes the tourism boom will help to bring new people to Guatemala.

“Guatemalan people are coming to us and asking if we want to come and visit us.

So we are very hopeful that we will have the opportunity to see them,” he said, adding that there is also an economic potential for the country, especially in tourism.

The World Tourism Organization (WTO) predicts that Guatemala will see an estimated 7 million visitors this year.

Tourists will have to make their own choices, as the government has a lot more restrictions and restrictions in place.

Some tourists, especially tourists from Latin America, are concerned that their visas will be restricted and could be cancelled, said Guillermo Morales, president of the Guatemalan Tourism and Tourism Promotion Association.