Guatemala participates in Fiexpo promoting its MICE destinations

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Guatemala participates in Fiexpo promoting its MICE destinations
Paola Mejía, INGUAT
Wed June 06, 2018

Although the country is experiencing a complicated moment due to the eruption in the Volcán de Fuego, the main destinations were not affected and its airport is operating normally

Guatemala is present at the International Market Fair of Meetings and Incentive Travels of Latin America and the Caribbean that brings together more than 215 international buyers in Santiago, Chile. To know the current situation of the MICE market in that destination, we interviewed Paola Mejía, Coordinator of Tourist Segments of INGUAT. The official commented: "This event is important because it is a great link with the MICE segment, we can expose our structure and our hotels and associations can be present to make direct contact with the invited buyers".

"We have three new hotels and will continue to come investments of international chains that are seduced by the growth and potential of our country in this segment"

"We have a capital full of hotels, certified staff, and we can also offer La Antigua, which besides being a UNESCO heritage, has everything you need to make an unforgettable event."

"Among the aspects that distinguish us I can highlight that we have authentic destinations, our human resources have a great experience, we are able to be flexible enough to adapt to any type of event, our location allows us to have excellent connectivity and we can also offer attractive prices. "

"We are working to continue improving our connectivity with the main markets in the Americas and Europe."

"It should be noted that we can receive events throughout the year, because our climate is friendly in all seasons."

"I take this opportunity to highlight that despite the tragedy we are experiencing, our most important tourist destinations have not been affected and the airport is already operating normally, the best way to help is to redouble the bet and come to our country and discover our cities ", Paola Mejía concluded.


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