A new edition of the Caribbean Tourist Bag begins
Buyers and sellers from the Caribbean, Central America, North America and South America meet. This edition is held at the Convention Center of the Dominican Fiesta Hotel in Santo Domingo
From June 27 to 29 this international event will take place, whose purpose is the commercialization of tourist products and services, in which buyers and sellers from the Caribbean, Central America, North America and South America meet. This edition will take place at the Convention Center of the Dominican Fiesta Hotel, under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic.
A Mexican gastronomic and cultural fair that will include the Taco Festival and the Tequila Tasting, together with the celebration of the First Latin American Congress of Religious Tourism and Emerging Destinations, are some of the activities that will be carried out within the framework of the celebration of the XXIII Edition of the Caribbean Tourism Bourse (BTC).
"The BTC is an event that takes place every year that facilitates the exchange between the vendors of services: hoteliers, restaurants, land carriers, airlines, cruise companies, and buyers such as national and international tour operators and travel agencies. travel, so that they enter into agreements or contracts on accommodation, transportation and other services necessary for the tourism industry.
Luis Felipe Aquino, president of the BTC comments: "It fills me with great satisfaction to announce again a new edition of the BTC, which this year aims to emphasize religious tourism, as a component of special value of Dominican culture and , therefore, of great attraction for tourists who visit us "
This meeting since its inception in 1996 is celebrated in Santo Domingo and has been useful for its socio-economic and cultural impact for the development of the local tourism industry.
This edition will be attended by leading figures from the tourism sector, both from the public and private sectors who will give different conferences; as well as representatives of the national press.