Sri Lanka companions with Brazilian journey companies to advertise tourism
Sat Jun 18, 2022 1:46 PM SL Time ColomboPage Newsroom Sri Lanka.
June 18, Colombo: The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Brazil, in cooperation with the Brazilian Affiliation of Journey Companies (ABAV-DF), organized an occasion to advertise Sri Lanka as a vacation spot for Brazilian and South American vacationers on June 9, 2022 on the premises of the Embassy in Brasilia.
That is the primary occasion of its form organized by the Embassy with the participation of a lot of representatives of the tourism business for the reason that opening of the Consultant Workplace in 2002 in Brazil.
Welcoming the contributors, Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Brazil Sumit Dassanayake defined the significance of the contribution of the tourism business to the economic system of the island nation.
Ambassador Dassanayake urged Brazilian tour operators to advertise Sri Lanka as a vacation spot amongst Brazilians and South People, saying the variety of vacationers coming from the area is unsatisfactory. “Even supposing over 100,000 Brazilians visited the Asian area in 2018, solely about 2,800 Brazilians visited Sri Lanka,” the ambassador added.
The president of the Brazilian Affiliation of Journey Companies, Levi Geronimo, mentioned Sri Lanka is a “should go to” vacation spot that provides quite a lot of actions and sights in shut proximity with worth for cash.
Brazilian Tourism Secretary Vanessa Mendonsa mentioned her group will cooperate totally with the embassy to advertise Sri Lankan tourism in Brazil.
Ambassador Counselor (Industrial) of the Embassy Sivali Wijewantha gave a presentation on journey alternatives in Sri Lanka entitled “Sri Lanka – Seu próximo destino de viagem” (Sri Lanka is your subsequent vacation spot).
Basic Director M / s. Jetwing Travels (Pvt) Ltd Daminda Dinesh and M/s Aitken Spence Travels (Pvt) Ltd resident gross sales consultant Nelson Cortez attended the occasion nearly and promoted journey packages provided by their firms.
The occasion was attended by 60 visitors representing the Brazilian tourism business and the media.