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Nature Galapagos & Ecuador to Showcase in FIT America Latina 2013 in Argentina

18th Edition of FIT America Latina 2013 is about to happen in Buenos Aires coming September. Excitement has spread among all the tour operators and travel guides of the continent who will get a chance to exhibit their business and gain attention.

Aug 28 2013, 5:39am CDT | by PR.com

Quito, Ecuador, August 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Located at the convergence of three ocean currents, the Galapagos Islands are considered to be a home to numerous marine species and since it experiences constant volcanic and seismic activities, it happens to be one of the most visited travel destinations amongst the active and adventurous travelers. Nature Galapagos and Ecuador are one of the leading local tour operators that offers lucrative Galapagos travel packages to tourists from every corner of the globe. Being founded in the year of 2006, this travel agency is led by experienced professionals who are wanderers at heart.

With their excellent ideas for Galapagos Islands holidays, Nature Galapagos & Ecuador is going to participate in the FIT (Feria Internacional de Turismo) America Latina 2013, which will be held at Argentina, from 14th to 17th September, in the current year. This will be the 18th Edition of the conference. Apart from arranging a number of educational sessions, the conference offers a great opportunity for businesses those are looking for professional development. In this seminar, Nature Galapagos & Ecuador is all set to exhibit its exciting arrangements of Ecuadorian Tours, held throughout the year.

FIT America Latina provides a platform to all the travel and tourism agencies to showcase their services and tour plans to the visitors. Nature Galapagos & Ecuador, which is best known for offering authentic and unique experiences in Galapagos as well as Ecuador, is going to showcase all its Galapagos travel packages, along with affordable hotel accommodation, schedule of Galapagos Islands cruises, different activities that travelers can indulge in etc in this conference. Since the conference includes exciting events like seminars, live shows, business rounds, tourism offers etc, all the participants get a wide scope to present their offerings in a fascinating manner. It is expected that the seminar will turn out to be a huge success with the spontaneous participation of both the visitors as well as the exhibitors.

Contact Information:
Nature Galapagos & Ecuador Cia Ltd.
Nikolay Mancheno
59322802230
Contact via Email
http://www.naturegalapagos.com
Visit Our website to find out our expertise in Cruises and Land Tours

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