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Lima.– The Latin American Travel Association unveils this week its new website at The site has been redesigned and reconfigured to provide users with a more user-friendly gateway to an even more thorough source of information on Latin America.

The new site has a comprehensive overview of all Latin American countries. It lists essential travel information such as visa regulations, together with background facts (from population figures to national delicacies) and advice on when to go, where, for what, is succinctly and colourfully provided supported by a library of visuals that give browsers a better feel for the destination.

Each country page has a link to travel providers (hotels, airlines, tour operators etc.) enabling browsers to make an educated holiday choice with a recognised expert on travel to Latin America.

A benefit for LATA members is that there is now a section dedicated to them, accessed via a designated log-in, where they can network and learn more about fellow members and potential industry partners.

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Written by: Sandra Harrington, 23 Aug 2006 7:40 AM
From: Toronto, Canada
I want to travel to Dominican Republic over Christmas this year. I don't like commercial hotels. I prefer to have a room in a home. What sort of organizations exist to help me with finding accommodation?

My name is Sandra and I'm at

Thank you
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