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IAAPA Latin American Summit and Post Tour 2020

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Event Type: Connections
Venue: In-Person
Member Price: $590 USD* | Nonmember Price: $790 USD*
CEU's: None
Cataratas Iguazu Argentina

Registration opens December 9

Summit: April 28–30

Iguazu, Brazil/Argentina

Post Tour: May 1–2

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

 

The IAAPA Latin American Summit is the most exclusive opportunity to connect with the entertainment and attractions industry in Latin America and the Caribbean. This unique event opens the doors “behind the scenes” of some of the popular attractions of Foz do Iguazu in Brazil and Iguazu in Argentina.

This Summit brings together owners, CEOs and senior managers of the parks, attractions and companies in the region in an exclusive environment in which they can learn, exchange experiences and create business opportunities.

Enjoy a destination recognized worldwide for its immense natural beauty that blends extraordinarily with the parks and attractions of the place. Discover this beautiful scenario from two perspectives: Brazil and Argentina. Learn best practices and be amazed by its natural wonders and biodiversity.

Summit Registration
IAAPA member $590 USD
Non-member $790 USD

 

INCLUDES: Ground transportation the three days of the event from the host hotel to all activities; behind-the-scenes tours and presentations at all facilities visited; lunch and dinner the three days of the event; Simultaneous translation Spanish-English-Portuguese in all conferences and tours. Does not include lodging, air transportation, or post-tour.

Lodging at Foz do Iguazu

We have selected the Mabu Thermas Grand Resort hotel in Foz do Iguazu, Brazil, as the venue of the event. Summit attendees can enjoy the following preferential rates using the code IAAPA2020 during their registration (the registration fee for the Summit does not include lodging). All rates include breakfast and are subject to a 5% tax.

Tropical single room R$ 475 ($ 118 USD approx.)
Tropical double room  R$ 618 ($ 154 USD approx.)
 Tropical triple room      R$ 766 ($ 190 USD approx.)

Agenda

Encuentro Latinoamericano de IAAPA 2020

Keynote Sessions

Leaders of the entertainment and tourism industry in Foz do Iguazu will share their experiences in the development of entertainment within an environment of natural attractions and will provide invaluable insight on their success to attract almost 2 million visitors a year at the destination.

Blue Park Brazil

Blue Park

Learn about the operation of this water park located on top of the second largest freshwater reserve in the world, which ensures a supply of crystalline hot springs water. In addition, it has the third largest thermal wave beach in the world with natural sand.

Marco 3 Fronteras

Three Borders Landmark

This tourist complex, also called Marco de las Americas, is located at the junction of the Iguazu and Parana rivers, right where Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina meet. Its objective is to rescue cultural, artistic and historical aspects of the region within a themed environment inspired by the ancient Jesuit missions.

Parque da Aves

Parque das Aves Bird Park

This family business is one of the largest bird parks in the region, attracting half a million visitors a year. The park is in 17 hectares of native forest where you can see more than 800 birds of 150 species, all from the Atlantic Forest, the largest wet biome on the planet and world natural heritage. We will take an educational tour where we’ll learn more about the park’s conservation and innovation values.

Cataratas Iguazu Brazil

Iguazu Falls (Brazil)

Declared as World Heritage by UNESCO, the Iguazu Falls, located between Brazil and Argentina, are a must-see natural wonder. Learn about the operation of this impressive attraction, which receives almost 2 million visitors per year from the Brazilian side alone.

Macuco Aventura

Macuco Safari 

Located in the heart of the Iguazu National Park in Brazil, Macuco Safari takes you on a tour that begins by immersing yourself in the jungle in open cars that allow you to observe in detail the unique flora and fauna. At the end of the jungle tour, we will board a boat on the Iguazu River, where you will have the option of taking a “dry” ride, or the exciting “wet” ride through the river rapids and into the great waterfall horseshoe, known as the Devil's Throat.

Encuentro Latinoamericano de IAAPA 2020

Educational Sessions

Summit attendees may participate in educational sessions on Licensing and Technology, offered by experts from the region.

Presa Itapu Binacional

Itaipu Binational Dam

The Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant is the largest producer of clean and renewable energy in the world. This binational project, located on the Parana River between Paraguay and Brazil, provides energy to both countries. Be amazed by this gigantic engineering work during a special tour that will take you through the complexity of its construction and operation.

Cataratas Iguazu Argentina

Iguazu Falls (Argentina) 

The Argentine side of the majestic Iguazu Falls includes the Iguazu National Park, a natural conservation area that covers 68 000 hectares, including a system of 275 waterfalls. In addition to learning about the operation of the national park and the falls, those attending the Summit will end the private tour of the falls with an exclusive cocktail at the impressive Devil's Throat balcony.

2020 IAAPA Latin American Summit Post Tour

May 1-2, 2020 | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Expand your experience, deepen the relationships of your new network of contacts and enjoy the most by joining the Post Tour, where we will visit the main attractions of beautiful Rio de Janeiro.

Post-Tour Agenda

Aqua Río
Aqua Rio
This huge marine aquarium, considered the largest in South America, was built in an area rescued during the last Olympics. It showcases 5 000 animals of 350 species from around the world divided into 28 habitats along a 5-floor tour.
Star Rio
Star Rio
This impressive 88-meter high panoramic wheel will be inaugurated in December 2019, becoming one of the largest wheels in Latin America and one of the 20 largest wheels in the world.
Museum of Tomorrow
Museo del Manana
Through experiments and experiences, the Museum of Tomorrow transports visitors through five zones: The Cosmos, the Earth, the Anthropocene, Tomorrow, and Now. The museum mixes science with an innovative and sustainable design, the work of the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, and analyzes the current trends related to technological advances, world population growth, and climate change.
Christ the Redeemer
Cristo Redentor
One of the seven wonders of the modern world, Christ the Redeemer is a 30-meter high statue of Jesus of Nazareth. Also known as Cristo del Corcovado (named after the mountain on which it is located), is one of the most important tourist attractions in Brazil.
Sugar Loaf
Pan de Azucar
This peak is one of the most striking among the several granite monoliths that rise from the sea in Rio de Janeiro. A glass cable car runs along a 1 400-meter route to take visitors to the Sugar Loaf observation point, where Post Tour attendees will have the opportunity to watch the sunset and enjoy a cocktail dinner with a unique panoramic Rio de Janeiro view.

Post Tour Registration

Member

Nonmember

Single room with city view

 $965 USD

 $1,110 USD

Single room with ocean view

$1,350 USD

$1,500 USD

Double room with city view*

$760 USD

 $910 USD

Double room with ocean view*        

$950 USD

$1,100 USD

Single room allows 1-person occupancy. Double room allows 2 people occupancy.
 (*) To select accommodation in a double room it is necessary to share the room with another person of your choice registered for the Post Tour.

INCLUDES: Lodging at the Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel on May 1 and 2; ground transportation on May 1 and 2 from the host hotel to all activities; transportation to and from the airport on May 1 and 3 at pre-selected times; behind-the-scenes tours in all facilities visited; breakfast at the hotel on May 2 and 3; and lunch and dinner on May 1 and 2. Does not include air transportation from Iguazu.

Lodging at Rio de Janeiro

The unique Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel, located in front of Copacabana Beach, is one of the best and most traditional hotels in Brazil. It was built more than 100 years ago by Joseph Gire, who also built the Negresco Hotel in Nice and the Carlton Hotel in Cannes. The cost of accommodation is included in the Post Tour registration fee.

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Questions? Contact us: 
[email protected]
+52 55 3300 5866 | +52 55 3300 5896
www.IAAPA.org/Latinoamerica