14 Mar

Fenitur 2018 with more than 60 International Buyers

The activity will also involve 100 national tourism companies that will have the opportunity to get in touch with foreign companies, in order to establish business relationships.

Some 60 wholesale companies from Europe, the United States, Canada, South America and Central America will arrive in Nicaragua on June 8 and 9 to participate in the seventh edition of the International Tourism Fair of Nicaragua (Fenitur) 2018, an event that seeks to give more projection and positioning to the country abroad.

Wholesalers will learn about Nicaragua's tourist offer, such as its beaches, islands, volcanoes, trails, beautiful landscapes, colonial cities, cultural and religious practices, among others, said Álvaro Diéguez, president of the Association of Hoteliers of Nicaragua.

"There are wholesalers coming from all over the world who will then go to their countries to offer Nicaragua, to sell it as a beautiful destination, with a lot of culture and a lot of tranquility," he said.

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The activity will also involve 100 national tourism companies that will have the opportunity to get in touch with foreign companies, in order to establish business relationships.

Lucy Valenti, president of the National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur), said the fair will be divided into two stages. "The event starts on the 8th with private negotiation; it is closed to the public because only international buyers plus exhibitors can access it. Then, the 9 is open to the public with a series of activities to encourage the national public to go to know the offer of our country.

According to the program of activities, visitors will tour some tourist destinations in the interior of the country. "The effort to bring wholesalers to Fenitur is concentrated in the markets where there is already direct air connectivity, but in this edition it will join the Iberia airline, although it will start flights to Nicaragua in October, it will participate in the bringing of wholesalers from Spain with the In order to promote Nicaragua.