An array of exhibitors will be partying in style during WTM London’s Festival programme on Wednesday November 4.
The Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) and Mexico are among many exhibitors that will be hosting WTM London festivals until 8pm on the Wednesday evening of WTM London.
The festivals give everyone the opportunity to socialise after the traditional working hours in a fun and vibrant atmosphere. Those attending will experience the culture, hospitality and cuisine with each hosting exhibitor offering something unique.
With 2015 being declared the Year of Mexico in the UK there is likely to be a lively party atmosphere on its pavilion. Mexico will be showcasing its gastronomy with tastings from its 80 exhibiting destinations as well as a live band to entertain the visitors.
The CTO will be hosting a street party in the Caribbean Village Area at WTM London 2015. Visitors will be treated to live Calypso and steel drum music with savouring local cuisine and tropical rum punch.
Meanwhile, India will be showing off its ‘Taste of India’ themed festival where you can enjoy the diverse cuisine from every corner of the country. Whilst experiencing live Indian dance and music, taste aromatic local Indian wines from the boutique wineries or Indian beer as they portray the rich cultural heritage of their country.
The Polish Tourist Organisation and Polish travel industry partners are hosting a Networking Party which will give the opportunity to liaise with the country’s travel industry representatives. There will also be a party atmosphere with Polish hospitality offering local specialities with live music.
Famous Vietnamese street food is likely to attract plenty of attention as the destination showcases its colourful traditions.
Nepal’s festival will be focusing on nature, culture and adventure during its festival while Indonesia, a country with a rich festival tradition, will demonstrate its diverse country of origins and religions.
World Travel Market London, Senior Director, Simon Press said: “The WTM London festivals were only introduced last year to celebrate the 35th year of WTM but they were so successful that we decided to do them again this year.
“This year the festivals look to be even bigger and better with plenty of opportunity for informal networking and fun for all attendees.
“If you have the opportunity, come and experience the culture, hospitality and cuisine of these exhibitors.”
For more information, visit the WTM website.