2019 International Conference on Tourism, Sports Management, Health and Food Nutrition

August 22-24, 2019 | Japan

TSHF 2019 will be held at Tokyo, Japan on August 22-24, 2019. The main objective of TSHF 2019 is to provide a platform for researchers, academicians, practitioners, as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in the fields of Tourism, Sports Management, Health and Food Nutrition. To highlight interdisciplinary research and seek collaborative opportunities, TSHF provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.

Spotlight

Think Maya ruins in Mexico and you probably go straight to world-famous Chichen Itza or Teotihuacán, Tulum or Palenque. Don't get us wrong – these magnificent places are all worth a visit when in Mexico. But if you’re after something different (and equally amazing), if you prefer less-to-no crowds and more adventure, allow us to introduce you to the hidden ruins of Calakmul. If you haven’t heard of them there’s a good reason: this World Heritage-listed Maya site is set deep into the tropical jungles of Campeche state, hours drive from the busy traveller hubs of Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Merida (not even Google Maps knows how to get there!).


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World Travel & Tourism Council Global Summit

March 14-16, 2022 | Philippines

WTTC’s annual Global Summit is the most influential Travel & Tourism event in the calendar, and next year, industry leaders will gather with key government representatives to continue aligning efforts to support the sector’s recovery and move beyond to a safer, more resilient, inclusive, and sustainable future.Following its hugely successful event in Cancun Mexico this year, the Summit will be hosted in Metro Manila in-person, with a global audience joining virtually.

2021 USTOA Annual Conference & Marketplace

December 7-11, 2021 | USA

Since USTOA's inception in 1972, the USTOA Annual Conference & Marketplace has distinguished itself for being the only travel industry event in the United States that brings together the leading North American travel companies with tourism suppliers and destinations from around the globe in an intimate and exclusive setting.

The Hunter Hotel Investment Conference

March 22-17, 2022 | USA

The Hunter Hotel Investment Conference, also known as HUNTER, is a highly-anticipated annual gathering of prominent leaders and investors in the hotel industry along with up-and-coming hoteliers and entrepreneurs. We believe successful businesses and investments are built on meaningful relationships. With this in mind, we focused the programming and format of HUNTER around networking opportunities and insightful sessions on industry trends. We invite all members of the hospitality industry, no matter the size of your property portfolio, to join us at HUNTER to get business done.

Destination Australia 2022

March 3, 2022 | Australia

Tourism Australia will host the annual Destination Australia conference on Thursday 3 March 2022 at CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park.With Australia’s tourism industry currently facing its most challenging year ever, the 2022 Destination Australia conference will inspire industry to rebuild bigger and better, with high profile speakers discussing lessons learnt, sharing future focused trends and highlighting emerging opportunities.

Spotlight

Think Maya ruins in Mexico and you probably go straight to world-famous Chichen Itza or Teotihuacán, Tulum or Palenque. Don't get us wrong – these magnificent places are all worth a visit when in Mexico. But if you’re after something different (and equally amazing), if you prefer less-to-no crowds and more adventure, allow us to introduce you to the hidden ruins of Calakmul. If you haven’t heard of them there’s a good reason: this World Heritage-listed Maya site is set deep into the tropical jungles of Campeche state, hours drive from the busy traveller hubs of Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Merida (not even Google Maps knows how to get there!).

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