What's in store for the tourist industry this year and how will new travel trends affect the sector? Discover what they entail for corporate travel, hotels and vacation rentals.
Tourism in Ceará registered the highest monthly increase in Brazil in August, over four times than the national average. The rise in Ceará was 85.4%, almost double the increase registered by its nearest competitor. The figure shows that the tourism sector is back on track in Ceará.
Ceará recently received the WTTC Safe Travels seal, awarded to destinations that comply with World Health Organization health and hygiene protocols for covid-19. The seal means that Ceará offers a safe destination as Brazilians travellers return en masse to one of their favourite holiday spots.
The first holiday weekend after lockdown in Ceará saw 100% occupancy at hotels in some parts of Ceará including Flecheiras. The September weekend was busy at most beach resorts in the state with many accommodation establishments at full capacity, auguring well for the forthcoming summer season.
Although Ceará tourism officially resumed activity at the beginning of July, many sectors have waited until the autumn to return to business. Discover the full calendar for the complete reopening of hotels, rescheduling of events and return of international flights to Fortaleza.
As Brazil shifts out of lockdown mode, people are starting to think about holidays again. And with the tourism sector opening up, certain areas within the country offer the best Brazilian staycation. This is the case with Ceará whose climate, tourism infrastructure and prices make it a top choice for Brazilians this year.
On the coast, the average hotel occupancy is 91.4%. The carnival holiday is expected to generate an income of around R $ 480 million in the State of Ceará. The Coral Resort is located in Ceará where we offer different investment opportunities.
There were 97.1 million passengers registered last year. These figures show a tourism increase of 1.8% according to the National Civil Aviation Agency. Also, Anac data showed that the state of Ceará received 129,400 international visitors in the first half of 2019.
Brazil stopped tourist visa requirement for United States, Canada, Japan and Australia visitors that travel to Brazil. They are aiming to do the same with India and China to keep boosting tourism. The state of Ceará is also experiencing a tourism boost where The Coral is located.
Florida is continuing its best tourism year ever, welcoming another 31.6 million visitors during the third quarter of 2019. Also Florida is very present in the Best places to live and retire in the US rankings.
Ceará carries on improving every aspect. Latest figures from the quarterly report of the General Coordination of Labor Immigration (CGIL), show an increase of foreigners that invest in the state.
Ceará is once again the fastest growing state in terms of international tourists. According to data from the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), from January to August 2019, Ceará increased foreign visitors coming to the state using direct flights by 74%.
The Fortaleza Airport increased by 99% the number of foreigners in the first half of this year. There have been 129.400 visitors only counting direct international flights. Pernambuco ranks second with 118.900, and Bahia in third place with 115,000 tourists.
The Institute of Economic Research and Strategy of Ceará (IPEC) has published new data regarding households in Brazil. In 2018 the number of households in Ceará increased by 3.7% compared to 2017, totalling 110 billion new units.
Foreign investors are returning to the Brazilian market – The latest statistics published by the Central Bank of Brazil show a strong increase since April 2018. Banco Central do Brazil stated that from January until may in 2019, Brazil attracted foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows of more than US$28.1bn (€24.8bn).
Figures released on the 15th of May, show that rental prices have gone over experts’ expectations, as well as over the predicted inflation from January to April in 2019. In the first four weeks, the average rent cost has risen 2,5%. The increase hasn’t only been seen in the price but also in the number of rentals.