Medical tourism is surging in Latin America, where doctors are visiting remote regions for a better shot at a cure.
It’s the most popular tourist attraction in the region and is expected to double over the next five years.
The boom has been fueled in part by a surge in the cost of living and an increasing demand for health care services.
LOS Tourism is booming, and the trend is a welcome development for Latin America’s health care system.
The tourism sector is one of the fastest-growing in the world.
In the past few years, the region has witnessed an explosion of foreign tourism companies that are seeking to expand into Latin America.
LOST IN TRANSLATION: LOS, LATAM, LAS, LATINA: A timeline of travel trends for the last 20 years: LOST TIME: Losing touch with Latin America Read more LATAM: LATAM’s first news article LATAM LATAM News Editor-in-Chief Daniel Ojeda explains LATAM news and features and hosts a weekly podcast called LATAM Morning News.
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LATAMA: LATAMI’s first story on the region LATAM reporter Daniel Ochiña traveled to the northern hemisphere’s largest city, Lima, in 2017 to document the city’s vibrant nightlife scene.
Here’s what he found: The Lidl nightclub in Lima is a haven for the hipsters and the drug dealers, with some of the biggest parties in town.
A young man who went by the stage name of La Luz said he had been going to the club for five years when he was arrested on drug charges.
La Luzeros, or “The Luz,” is the nickname of a popular nightclub in the capital, Lima.
The club has long been a hotspot for drug dealers and other street criminals.
Many of them are young men who drink, smoke marijuana and have sex with prostitutes.
La Ruiz, the bar’s owner, told The Associated Press that La Luzez is the main venue for the nightlife in Lima, but that some other venues, including the Lidll nightclub, are not as popular.
“We try to keep a good vibe,” La Ruz said.
“But we don’t want to offend the night-life scene.”
LOST BODY: The medical tourism boom LATAM researcher Daniel Ochoa reports on the surge in medical tourism LATAM Reporter Daniel Ochuaga, who specializes in Latin American health care, reports on medical tourism in LOS and LATAM.