KATHMANDU, Nepal-Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) along with four participants from the Nepalese travel trade successfully participated in the JATA Tabihaku Fair 2013. The fair is being held in the capital city, Tokyo from 12-15 September 2013.
The JATA fair is a very important fair and is one of the biggest travel shows in Asia, which is dedicated to operators, provides new contents in travel, services and trainings, enhancing what is on offer for travelers with new trends and emerging destinations.
JATA 2013 especially confirmed its role as a privileged marketplace for the tourism sector for the entire participants. About 150 countries from all around the world participated in the fair, according to press statement by Nepal Tourism Board.
The Fair showcased various products in tourism and gave a special platform to tour operators, travel agencies, MICE, hotel chains etc. The theme emphasized was mostly for leisure travel, gaming and sports tourism.
The fair in the three days witnessed participation of nearly 120,0000 visitors and hosted workshops for more than 600 buyers.
‘Nepal’s participation in JATA 2013, this year, focused on garnering support and cooperation from all travel trade fraternities, press and general public for the mission of enhancing sustainability and eco-friendly tourism image of the country.