Namibia will host travel and tourism enthusiasts and operators from May 30 to June 2 at the country’s annual Tourism Expo and Motor Show in the capital, Windhoek.
The event, under the theme “Small things matter,” is organized by Namibia Media Holdings (NMH) and supported by the Namibian Tourism Board and other local and foreign tourism organizations.
The expo aims to provide a platform for Namibia’s hospitality industry to promote and market their products and services to all involved in the industry, including the general public, organizers said.
NMH Public Relations Executive Maggy Mbako said exhibitors include local, regional and international tourism-related establishments such as travel agencies, airlines, lodges, hotels, direct suppliers to the hospitality industry, and representatives for food and beverages companies.
“There will also be interactive cooking demonstrations, food, beer and wine tasting events. Workshop sessions will discuss ‘Small things matter,’ conservation, service delivery, small-town tourism, responsible tourism, and technology,” she added. Enditem