Quito, the capital of Ecuador, has confirmed it will be present at Bird Fair 2014 with an institutional stand, to promote to the British market great opportunities for bird watchers to observe more than 500 species of Ecuadorian birds, in one of the world’s most beautiful destinations. Quito, which is a candidate to become one of the Seven Wonder Cities of the world, will offer leaflets, maps, booklets, books and a screen with images and videos, in order to attract British birdwatchers and tour operators with the amazing variety of its wildlife, and stunning natural landscapes which make the ideal backdrop for this activity.
Quito has been named South America´s Leading Destination by the World Travel Awards. This is the second consecutive year the city has won this prestigious award. The Ecuadorian capital was also the host of the Gala Ceremony of this renowned competition, which gathered a full and international audience of leading tourism industry and media representatives.
A host of industry leaders are celebrating this evening after the winners were revealed at the World Travel Awards South & Central America Gala Ceremony 2014. In front of an elite industry audience at the Centro Cultural Itchimbía, in Ecuadorian capital Quito, LAN Airlines walked away with the title of South America’s Leading Airline, while South America’s Leading Business Travel Destination went to Bogota, Colombia.
World Travel Awards has arrived in Quito, capital of world-beating tourism destination Ecuador, ahead of the South & Central America Gala Ceremony 2014. The event will take place this Saturday, August 9th, at Centro Cultural Itchimbía, Quito, with hundreds of industry leaders in attendance. Ecuadorian writer, photographer and television personality Renato Ortega will host the ceremony, which will also welcome a stellar entertainment line-up. Taking the stage will be the native artisans of the Quito School of Arts & Crafts, while a violin tribute to the Avenue of Volcanoes will also be performed.
Voters are being urged to cast their ballots ahead of the upcoming deadline for the World Travel Awards South & Central America Gala Ceremony. World Travel Awards will head to Centro Cultural Itchimbía, Quito, Ecuador, on August 9th for the event, with voting scheduled to close on June 23rd.
World Travel Awards has revealed the nominees for its South & Central America Gala Ceremony 2014. Hundreds of entrants have been whittled down to the few who will proceed to the voting stage of the annual event, with industry professionals and members of the travelling public now invited to vote for nominee companies of their choice.
Quito Tourism, the official tourism office in the capital of Ecuador, has chosen Branding Latin America as its representative in the Latin American market in the UK and will be in charge of relations with media and the professional tourism industry, with the aim of promoting the Ecuadorian capital. The promotional campaign will focus on the main tourist attractions of the city, such as Quito Historic Centre, the largest and best preserved colonial centre in South America and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978.
Quito, Ecuador’s Capital, presents new tourism developments to meet projected inbound tourism demands and host high profile events during 2013. A gateway to Ecuador’s four diverse regions - the Amazon, Andes, Pacific Coast and Galapagos Islands - Quito’s new projects include a new airport, improvement to the city’s connectivity, a cross country train route, new subway system, new convention centers and hotel expansions.