Businesses and destinations from across Scotland reach out to new international customers at virtual tourism event
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Businesses and destinations from across Scotland reach out to new international customers at virtual tourism event

Cruise Loch Ness was among the Highland businesses taking part and looking forward to welcoming back international visitors.

Around 40 tourism businesses from across the Highlands sent international customers the message that Scotland is reopening for business when they took pat in a global virtual travel trade event.

North businesses taking part in Scotland Reconnect 2021 included hotels, attractions and tours and included Cruise Loch Ness, the Grant Arms Hotel at Grantown-on-Spey, Venture North, the Priory Hotel at Beauly, Armadale Castle, Gardens and Museum on Skye, Cawdor Castle Ltd, Achnagairn Estate and Inverness Custom Tours.

Also participating was Visit Inverness Loch Ness, joining regional destination organisations from across the country.

Organised and run by VisitScotland, the event saw over 7000 pre-arranged business meetings taking place over three days. Almost 390 buyers from 26 countries connected online with almost 300 Scottish suppliers, helping pave the way for the…

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