WTM Festivals

  • WTM Festivals

    This is it — one place to see, hear, taste and feel the world come to life. One time to experience the ideas inspiring the travel scene across every part of the planet today.

    The WTM festivals begin at 16:30 on the last day of the show, hosted on the stands by our international exhibitors.

    It’s a fitting climax and the natural way to celebrate, with food, drink, music, dance and all that’s most intoxicating about each culture — North, South, East and West.

    You’ve just got to be at the festivals. This is the beating heart of WTM 2018 and we can’t wait to welcome you.

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  • Previous hosts of the WTM Festivals include...

  • Caribbean

    The Caribbean will be showcasing their destination with rum and rum cake whilst fundraising for the CTO’s Relief Fund.

    Tokyo

    Find out about this wonderful location through their stand presentations whilst sampling local food and drinks.

    Indonesia

    Indonesia will be getting the party started with their local songs and dance, finishing WTM London on a high!
  • Ecuador

    Join Ecuador for the 'Diablada Pillareña' dance, whilst sipping their local drink called 'canelazo' and eating shrimp ceviche of Ecuador.

    Bulgaria

    Experience Bulgaria with indigenous wines, cheese and dry-cured salami tasting. As well as watching live performers, showcasing all aspects of this destination.

    Ghana

    End the show on a high and dance the evening away with cultural drumming and dancing live on the Ghana stand!
  • Responsible Tourism

    Meet the award winners and friends and colleagues engaged in the Responsible Tourism movement.

    Senegal

    Join the Senegalese Agency for Tourism Promotion, for live Kora music and beverages on their stand.

    Brazil

    Come together and immerse yourself in Brazilian culture, experiencing food from the region, music and traditional dancers.
  • Festival photos

    Reminisce, or see what you missed from last year's WTM London Festivals.

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