Go back to the enewsletter The leading regional ev

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterThe leading regional event for the luxury travel industry, ILTM Latin America 2019 will this year welcome more of the most productive travel advisors from Brazil and Latin America than ever before, including many new faces.A total of 370 buyers will attend the invitation-only event in São Paulo in May, with 26% of these set to be new faces. They will attend from 14 countries – newly represented at the event are the Dominican Republic, Ecuador and Guatemala – and 40 cities to meet with some of the best travel experience operators from across the world. Agents from 22 cities in Brazil alone will be represented, including Cuiaba and Uberlandia, also for the first time.“We travel the continent far and wide, meeting and qualifying the most productive luxury agents in Latin America in order to bring an audience that can’t be found elsewhere and make the introductions that wouldn’t be made otherwise. We bring the world to Latin America so that they can discover more of it,” said Simon Mayle, ILTM Latin America Event Director.The 2019 edition of ILTM Latin America is defined by its theme of ‘Back to Life’, which highlights the value of health and wellness for both the luxury travel business and the consumer, as well as our responsibility for taking care of – and celebrating – nature.The event also welcomes over 90 new exhibitors in a total of almost 370 luxury travel brands from all four corners of the world. These include AccorHotels Luxury brands, Aman Resorts, Baha Mar, Bürgenstock Hotels & Resort in Switzerland, Belmond, Dorchester Hotels, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, Leading Hotels of the World, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Marriott Luxury Brands, Preferred Hotels, Portugal’s Quinta das Lágrimas, Rosewood Hotel Group, Small Luxury Hotels of the World, The Vines Resort & Spa in Mendoza and Vakkaru Maldives as well as destinations including Portugal, Georgia and Israel.For more information, see www.iltm.com/LatinamericaImages featured from ILTM Latin America 2018Go back to the enewsletterlast_img