Three local tourism providers attended the hugely successful Failte Ireland organised ‘Meitheal’ event which concluded yesterday (Wednesday) evening.
King House, Lough Key Forest Park and the Arigna Mining Experience attended the three day event which was held in Killarney.
Meitheal is a face-to-face workshop that gives the Irish tourism industry and overseas tourism buyers from over 20 different countries the opportunity to meet and do business. Representatives from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, Great Britain and USA were in attendance along with 450 Irish businesses and 230 international buyers.
Running since 1975, Meitheal is Fáilte Ireland’s flagship trade event, which is organised in conjunction with Tourism Ireland to enable Irish tourism businesses to sell the best of Ireland to top international tourism buyers.
Strokestown Park House were also present at the event.
(Pic courtesy Lough Key Forest and Activity Park shows Louise Fitzpatrick, General Manager of the Park at Meitheal 2023)