International Exhibition of Tourism and Travel, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Are you passionate about travel? You think about your next trip, but you are not sure where to go? You are counselor or travel agent and are looking for more information for you customers? So take advantage of the International Exhibition of Tourism and Travel (SITEV) held in Montreal from 20th to 22nd October 2017 at Place Bonaventure. You will meet many exhibitors who will be pleased to talk to you about different destinations, travel enthusiasts like you. You can find lot of information, advice, lectures, tours, news, catalogs, etc.


Look at the programme if you want to attend conferences or presentations.

For a better visit, leave your coat in the cloakroom (price $ 3.00).

If you are a counselor or travel agent, present your business card to the accreditation counter and you will receive your free ticket.

Val David, Laurentians, Quebec, Canada

Val David is a municipality village in Quebec, 80 km north of Montreal, halfway between Saint-Sauveur and Mont-Tremblant; picturesque village in the Laurentians, is a famous place to go climbing. The area has the regional Val-David Val-Morin Park where other that climbing, you will find plenty of trails for hiking, forest walking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing and skiing Nordic. This is where we also find the famous Santa Claus Village, the Linear Park the P’tit Train du Nord, 1001 Pots exhibition (the largest ceramics exhibition in North America), the Val David Market, farmer’s market of more than 60 stalls, among others. In the village, there are also many artists and craftsmen who stablished there.


The village has several events in the year, you can visit their website for the schedule.
It is a beautiful place to wander around the four seasons. You can rent cottages or stay in hostels or hotels in the area. A very special time is in the fall when the leaves change colors.


Bucerias, Mexico

Bucerias is located towards the North shore of Banderas Bay at about 20 minutes from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. It was just a fishing village but nowadays many people choose this place for a quiet vacation. It has sandy beaches, cobblestone streets and people are really kind. You can also find restaurants of any kind along or near the beaches. There are a lot of activities to do in the village like whale watching (November to March); sea sea turtles (June to December); do deep sea fishing (all year long); see the Blue Footed Booby ( a special bird found in a few places in the world); see the iguanas of different colours and sizes, and more. Only 20 minutes by boat is full of underwater caves, reefs and neat tunnels. On your way there you can see dolphins, whales, sea turtles, manta rays, sea snakes and jumping fish.


You can find lots of accomodation: hotels, appartments, houses to rent for short or long periods and you can also invest if you prefer. Lots of American and Canadian use to spend their long holidays there.

There is a small open market in the town centre to buy local crafts and souvenirs.