Colombia’s most beautiful pueblito, Barichara, will host some new changes to the Remote Latin America format. The ever-changing travel show will be characterized by decentralized occupation. “Guests will be staying at distinct points in the village and taking part in cultural activities and outdoor excursions divided into small groups,” says director Lígia Secco.
A series of art workshops with some of the great local artists will stimulate travelers’ connections with one another as well as the local people. “We believe in small-scale tourism and respect for local communities as the path for the development of sustainable tourism,” Lígia explains. During the event’s four-day duration, there will be 14 hours of business rounds, making sure that absolutely all the exhibitors will get to have work meetings with all the buyers.