Brazil to host again International Ecotourism and Adventure Fair
The agreement was closed at the Embratur booth at ITB with the presence of the President of Embratur Teté Bezerra
The Brazilian Adventure Ecotourism and Tourism segments had good news during ITB: Brazil will again host AdventureNEXT Latin America, one of the main relationship and promotion events of the segment in the world in this category. The agreement was closed at the Embratur booth at the fair, attended by the President of Embratur (Brazilian Tourism Institute), Teté Bezerra, the Governor of Rio de Janeiro, Wilson Witzel and the directors of the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), Gabriella Stowell and Gustavo Timo.
Rio de Janeiro is the main gateway of foreign tourists in the country, receiving annually more than 2 million foreign visitors. The event will help tourists to get to know the region's attractions, in a World Heritage Site listed by Unesco for its unique urban landscape, linked to the mountains and the sea, as well as all Brazil, which is number one in the world in according to the World Economic Forum.
"It is a great fair focused on these strategic segments for Brazilian tourism. In 2018 it was in Mato Grosso do Sul, in Campo Grande, and it will be a great achievement to repeat itself, now in Rio, which also has a great diversity of attractions in this line of action, "says the president of Embratur, Teté Bezerra
For the Governor of Rio de Janeiro, Wilson Witzel, "we are taking to Rio de Janeiro events that make the difference to position the capital and also the interior of the state as one of the main destinations of Ecotourism and Adventure Tourism in the world."
Gustavo Timo, director of ATTA, organizer of AdventureNEXT adds that "this fair brings a lot of content, business roundtables and experiences for those who want to know more about these segments. Brazil is one of the main destinations of Ecotourism and Adventure Tourism. We were very happy to be able to organize this event once again in the Country ".
The event will take place in November 2019, for the first time in Rio's lands.