Tianguis Turístico to take place in person in September next year | News

first_imgMiguel Torruco Marqués, minister of tourism for Mexico, and the governor of the state of Yucatán, Mauricio Vila Dosal, have boldly confirmed Tianguis Turístico will take place in person next year.With other events – including industry leader ITB Berlin – going virtual once again in 2021, Mexican authorities are confident they have measures in place to allow a physical show.- Advertisement – “We are confident that this change will benefit the Mexican tourism industry, as it will allow to have the necessary conditions to host a successful face-to-face Tianguis Turístico México in Mérida,” declared Torruco Marqués. NewerWorld Travel Awards honours Maldives with top Indian Ocean prizes Preserving the health of attendees, both national and foreign, as well as the local population, is the priority.The new dates were selected after analysing the calendar of international trade events, which will allow greater attendance based on this agenda, since the main tourist fairs and trade events in the world of the first half of 2021, have been postponed.These include FITUR, in Madrid, which will now be held in May.- Advertisement – OlderNew ONS figures reveal collapse of UK tourism sector The event will take place in Merida from September 26th-29th. However, this is later than the initially planned dates of March 21st-24th.Organisers argued, given the prevailing uncertainty, postponing this event will allow mobility to normalise and will help participants to be in optimal conditions to conduct business in a face-to-face format. – Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

This Forest Spiral Path Lets You Walk Among Treetops in Denmark

first_imgThe Treetop Experience is divided into a high and low route, with the high route passing through the forest’s oldest section, while the low route and observation tower are located in the forest’s younger areas. The observation tower, which opened to the public on March 30, has a curved shape that’s thin in the middle with a larger base and crown, so visitors on top of the structure can see the forest canopy from various angles. On the way there, visitors can observe the forest’s hilly landscape and pass by creeks, lakes, and wetlands. You can now admire Denmark’s lush greenery from a different perspective, thanks to a new treetop walkway in the middle of a preserved forest.The cool spiral path, which is located in a preserved forest called Gisselfeld Klosters Skove in Denmark, is connected to a 148-foot-tall observation tower that provides a bird’s eye view of the area, Travel + Leisure reported. There aren’t any stairs to climb, instead, visitors can travel on a seamless continuous ramp to take in the forest’s beauty. Planned by Copenhagen-based architecture studio EFFEKT, the new treetop walkway aims to give visitors a breathtaking nature experience high above the ground. Elon Musk’s Cheeky ‘Nuke Mars!’ Post Is Taking Over TwitterA ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’-Themed Cookbook Is Coming This Fall This innovative walkway is part of Camp Adventure, a treetop adventure park that’s located in Gisselfeld Klosters Skove and offers other activities, including zip lining and other treetop climbing paths. At Camp Adventure, visitors can see one of Denmark’s most popular forest preserves and travel through it in a creative, interactive way that doesn’t require advanced climbing or hiking skills.center_img Stay on target Visit Camp Adventure’s website for more information on tickets, daily hours, and map guides for the Treetop Experience and observation tower.More on Geek.com:Artist Slices Fiat Coupé in Half, Transforms It Into French Fry CartThis Life-Sized Captain Marvel Model Is Built From 17,000 Lego BricksThis Guy Officially Has the World’s Largest Video Game Collectionlast_img read more