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LATA Members’ Newsletter – June 2019

NEWS FROM UK MEMBERS   tranquilico tranquilico NEEDS YOU! Please can all members check that we have up-to-date assessment data on the LATA system for any land transport providers/DMC’s you utilise across Latin America. We are getting quite a few bounce backs from e-mails now as the contact e-mail/person has … View details


The Latin American Travel Association ( is delighted to announce the winners of the LATA Achievement Awards, revealed on Monday 10 June at leading B2B travel show Experience Latin America (ELA). Now in its 9th edition, the LATA Achievement Awards recognise destinations, individuals and/or companies that have made exceptional contributions … View details

LATA Media Awards 2019 – Winners announced

On 14 May 2019, the Latin American Travel Association ( announced the winners of the LATA Media Awards 2019 at a prestigious event held at RSA House in London, sponsored by Norwegian. Now in its 16th edition, the LATA Media Awards aim to celebrate inspiring and creative Latin America stories … View details

LATA Members’ Newsletter – April 2019

NEWS FROM UK MEMBERS Senderos Partner News Mountain Lodges of Peru have launched their ‘Special Adventures’ one-off itineraries including a ‘Soul of the Andes Festival’ Experience which bookends the Lares Trail with festivals of Qoyllor’ Ity and Inti Raymi. Tierra Atacama’s new Ancestral Excursions offer deeper insight into the heritage … View details

LATA April Media Newsletter

Destination news Rio de Janeiro announced as World Capital of Architecture UNESCO has announced that Rio de Janeiro will be the 2020 World Capital of Architecture. This title carries with it the responsibility of hosting a series of events under the theme “All the worlds. Just one world”. One such … View details

LATA Members’ Newsletter – February 2019

NEWS FROM UK MEMBERS Llama Travel Llama Travel is delighted to be awarded the joint winner of the 2019 Wanderlust Readers’ Awards in the Top Tour Operator category, for the second year running. We’d like to thank everyone who voted for us as well as those who’ve shown their support … View details


The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has changed its travel advice to Nicaragua, no longer advising against all but essential travel to the country, and instead advising visitors to exercise a high degree of caution. In 2017, Nicaragua welcomed a 19% increase in international travellers, attracting visitors seeking an alluring … View details

LATA Travel Trends for 2019

Now that 2018 has drawn to a close, the Latin American Travel Association (LATA) looks ahead to what 2019 has in store. LATA members have revealed promising signs for travel growth throughout the year, particularly in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru. Throughout 2019, LATA members expect visitors to explore more … View details

LATA Members’ Newsletter – December 2018

NEWS FROM UK MEMBERS Just a Drop Just a Drop has completed a three year long project to provide a water supply for the community of Mullak’as-Misminay in Peru. The project was a multi-organisation collaboration and involved the excavation of a horizontal tunnel, dug into the hillside to reach water … View details

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