Nicaragua 2013 International Tourism Fair
Róger Solórzano Canales | Apr 26, 2013
Tourism entrepreneurs and general public will have the opportunity to gain and share information in Managua.
A wide offering of tourism information and attractions from every corner of Nicaragua is available for the public this saturday April 27 at the Nicaragua International Tourism Fair, FENITUR, held in Managua. Over 100 companies exhibitors will be interacting with all kinds of visitors; these same business will be receiving visits from tourist enterprises from North America, Europe, Latin America and other regions.
Organized by Nicaraguan National Chamber of Tourism (CANATUR), AC Events Company along with the collaboration of Nicaraguan Tourism Institute (INTUR). FENITUR aims to foster new business relationships between local businesses and foreign wholesalers who move hundreds of tourists from all over the world. On last yearś fair, 35 companies from the Continent and Europe visited the fair.
The second target of this event is to achieve exposure of Nicaraguan undiscovered destinys and all the quality services offered by our local companies. For this reason, FENITUR will open its doors to all audiences at Crowne’s Plaza convention building located on the city’s old center. Cultural artistic presentations and dynamic activities created by the exhibitors will accompany a serie of presentations and display of promotional material for all visitors.
At least 86 companies from hotels, restaurants, tour operators, airlines companies, rental cars, business chambers, rural-community based initiatives and more, had already guarantee its appearance. The total of exhibitors to present would be known today when all registration list close down; it is expect to be more than 130.
Starting tomorrow visiting wholesalers will get a chance to experience on a two days - short tour a few of our touristic must see destinys such as Granada, San Juan del Sur, Masaya, Catarina, San Carlos, Solentiname, León Chinandega, Chichigalpa, Matagalpa, Jinotega and Estelí. And among the most interesting attractions: volcanoes, beaches, colonial cities, natural reserves, sustainable farms, archipielagos, rivers and more.
This is the third edition of FENITURwhich takes place annually since 2011. Like last year’s fair, this time they will also have a private area for HO.RE.CA a “Suppliers Business Chain” supported by Nicaraguan National Producers and Exportaters Association, APEN, in order to connect Nicaraguan producers and raw materials suppliers with tourism operators.
Translated by Vanessa Aragón