The Peruvian government’s remote tourism initiative is aimed at helping tourists to earn some money through tourism.
The Peruvians tourism industry is the second largest in the world after the United States and the world’s fifth-largest after Russia, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit.
The country is home to over two million people and has the world largest oil reserves.
The tourism industry in Peru is booming, with over 70 percent of the country’s revenue coming from tourists, according the International Tourism Federation.
In 2017, tourism contributed approximately $7.7 billion in revenue to Peru, with the majority coming from tourism and accommodation.
The government hopes to use the revenue from tourism to help the country diversify its economy, and to help attract tourists to the country and promote economic opportunities for locals.
The remote tourism industry has been growing for years, and it is estimated that it contributes more than $3.5 billion in annual income to Peru’s economy.
The industry’s success has been attributed to the fact that tourists and expatriates are more likely to visit Peru in order to experience a better quality of life.
The popularity of tourism in Peru has reached a high in recent years, as the country is a popular destination for foreigners from around the world.
In 2016, the country ranked fifth in the World Economic Forum’s annual list of top 50 destinations for foreign visitors.
The Philippines has also experienced a significant increase in foreign visitors, according a 2016 survey conducted by the Department of Tourism.
The survey showed that Filipinos visited the Philippines in the past two years for a record high of 4.1 million, up from 1.8 million in 2016.
This is due to the rise of Filipinos living abroad and the country expanding its economy.
In 2015, more than 1.5 million Filipinos moved to the Philippines, the highest number of Filipinas living abroad since World War II.
Peruvian tourist destinations are spread across six regions: Bajo Aguascalientes, Cabanatuan, Cagayan de Oro, Chihuahua, and Sonora.
According to the Tourism Industry Association of Peru (TIAP), Peruvia’s tourism sector is worth about $1.6 billion in the country.
TIAP said that it expects tourism to grow from $1 billion in 2017 to $4.8 billion in 2020.