International tourists coming to Peru prefer to stay in three-star hotels, reports

Almost sixty percent of foreign tourists traveling Peru's tourist destinations select to stay in 3 star hotels and they save their money to taste the varied cuisine of the country, said Foreign Trade and Tourism Ministry on Wednesday.
In an interview with a radio station, Mincetur's head Magali Silva told that 3 star hotels are the choice of almost sixty percent overseas tourists when they are staying in Andean nation. As per the high level government officials, the foreign travelers prefer to spend their money on attempting Peruvian eclectic cuisine that has earned acknowledgement as one of the finest in the world.
The Peruvian minister said these on World Travel & Tourism Council Americas Summit’s sidelines. The summit is taking place from 10th to 11th September in Lima, the capital of Peru. The 2 day gathering is anticipated to gather Travel & Tourism leaders as well as government ministers throughout Central America, South America, North America and the Caribbean, as well as top executives from private and public sectors, NGOs, and opinion-formers from the media and academia.
Meanwhile, top tour operators from Peru are getting a new awareness raising campaign on most look for places of the south-east Puno with the target of linking travelers with this region’s unique destinations, as was reported on Tuesday.
Puno’s regional directorate chief Manuel Quiñonez told that within the area of Cordillera route, mayor tour operators would be able to guide travelers throughout largest forest of Puyas de Raymondi, the Tinajani rock forest as well as Pucca Pucara archeological park.