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Secretariat of Central American Tourism Integration - SITCA
Constitutive agreement
The Central American Tourism Council (CCT) was created by Resolution VI of the First Extraordinary Conference of Central America Ministers of Foreign Affairs held in San Salvador, El Salvador, on March 29 - April 2, 1965. The CCT is a subsidiary body of the Central American Integration System.

The highest authority is the Central American Tourism Council that is made up by the national Ministers and Directors of Tourism. The Central American Tourism Council has a permanent office called Central American Tourism Integration Secretariat (SITCA) coinciding with SICA’s Tourism Directorate (DITUR) which provides managerial and technical support for the implementation of the Council agreements and the implementation of sustainable development and tourism integration programs in Central America.

-Facilitate and promote tourism development in the Central American region. -Try to eliminate all obstacles and impediments to free transit of persons in the region. -Integrate tourism promotion to the other functions of the various governmental agencies and organizations at the national and regional level in order to become more effective in their efforts towards tourism development in Central America.


Office address
Boulevard Orden de Malta No. 470, Urbanización Santa Elena, Antiguo Cuscatlán.

El Salvador

(503) 2248-8800

(503) 2248-8899

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