Lima. Aug. 09 (ANDINA). The 34th Annual TravelMart Latin America hits Lima. September 22-24. attracting over 250 tour operators/buyers delegates. 250 suppliers organizations. international press and media. and VIP's totaling almost 1.000 delegates.
Twelve journalists from the United States. United Kingdom. Canada. Austria. Germany. Argentina and Costa Rica. will make a wide coverage of the TMLA 2010. reported Peru’s Hotel Society (SHP).
SHP General Manager. Tibisay Monsalve. said these journalists are very interested in Peru’s current economic development. its rich cuisine and biodiversity.
The group will have the opportunity to visit the main tourist attractions of Lima and Callao during their stay in the capital city of Peru.
At the end of the event. the international media will visit the cities of Chiclayo (Lambayeque). Trujillo (La Libertad) and Iquitos (Loreto).
The TMLA 2010 opening ceremony will be held on September 22 at the headquarters of the Museo Rafael Larco in Pueblo Libre and two days later. while the closing ceremony will take place at the San Francisco Church in downtown Lima.
Monsalve. stated that the institution is working in close coordination with the private sector and the government. represented by Promperu.
She added there is full cooperation with representatives of the Regional Government of Callao. Tourism Police. and Traffic Police so that the international event can be 'a complete success for Peru'.
The SHP said that security measures will be strengthened inside and outside the Real Felipe Fortress. the TMLA 2010 venue. which will host prescheduled appointments between buyers and suppliers.
Almost 8.000 business appointments are expected to be pre-scheduled for this year’s TravelMart Latin America. which attendance has traditionally been sold out and that is expected to occur again this year.
TMLA. inaugurated in 1978. is the most important business development event of the year for Latin America Tourism. attended by buyers of Tourism Products and Services from global markets. and suppliers representing every country in the region.