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ACTIVITY CALENDAR – 2018 program
When you step foot in the International Tourism & Travel Show, you are embarking on a global trek. Cultural dances, folkloric music, costumes, conferences, exotic hand-crafted objects and entertainment are all on the menu at this colourful and exciting Show.
Discover what was scheduled for the 30th edition.
EXPERT ZONE, presented by Aéroports de Montréal
Our Expert Zone is THE place to meet face to face and chat with bloggers, globe-trotters and passionate travel writers for Ulysses Travel Guide. The unmissable Jennifer from Moi, mes souliers, explained how to save money on your travels, while Caroline Jacques from Maman Globetrotteuse, shared with you her Home Sharing secrets. Don’t miss Harmony Le Reste and Florian Joyeux, professional photographers and videographers for “Barrons-nous“, who provided you with valuable advice on enhancing your travel photos and videos. Let’s not forget to mention Lydiane St-Onge, author of Lydiane autour du Monde, who indulged you with her favourite discoveries from all around the world!
You had the chance to browse through the Ulysses Travel Guides while being in the presence of their authors ! Guides are available for sale onsite.
CAA – Travel Insurance will make several presentations. The title of the conference is: Travel Insurance: Often overlooked, but essential. It will be led by Nadia Goyette, Assistant Director, Insurance.
Place des conférences : Friday October 19 at 8:00 p.m. and Saturday October 20 at 11:50 a.m.
Place d’animation : Friday October 19 at 2:30 p.m. and Saturday October 20 at 11:00 a.m.
Some celebrities present!
Lydiane St-Onge was at the Experts Zonet.
MEET FRENCH POLYNESIA
You discovered Polynesian culture by participating in unique workshops and activities!
The Tahitian dance called “Ori Tahiti” tells a story, illustrates a legend, and transports you into a day in the life.
This traditional art is fabricated from Mother Nature’s gifts, used by the ancients, in particular, the tou and the miro.
Vanilla tahitensis is originally produced in Tahiti, New Guinea and Indonesia.
Mono’i is obtained by macerating the Tiare Tahiti flower in refined coconut oil.
Symbolic designs, that are believed to reveal ones true identity and personality.
Polynesian lacing: a cultural adventure, rich, complex, and deeply rooted in their heritage.
Since Antiquity, these pearls have been referred to as the tears of Aphrodite.
It is believed that the Polynesians have been using medicinal noni for more than 2,000 years.
Travel through breathtaking landscapes and get off the beaten path! You tried the latest Jeep models that will allow you to do so.