Vestnorden 

 The travel trade show for Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands
Faroe Islands – September 23 – 26, 2019

Welcome to

Vestnorden in the Faroe Islands 2019

Dear participants,

We are a proud host the upcoming Vestnorden in the Faroe Islands. This event is the most important business-to-business trade show in the North Atlantic region, and highlights the characteristics of the three nations, The Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland and gathers number of buyers and exhibitors each year.

The goal for the Vestnorden is to establish new travel trade opportunities as well as reinforcing established relationships with the key actors in the tourism field of the three destinations. As such, the trade show offers you an extensive professional introduction to the products whether you seek a unique natural, cultural or adventure experiences.

Every fourth year the Faroe Islands host Vestnorden and we take great pride in being able to welcome all the guests to our country. We see the trade show as a valuable venue each year for suppliers of the three destinations as well as the buyers to connect with new contacts and businesses and strengthen the ties with the three countries.

On behalf of the three countries it is my pleasure to invite you to Vestnorden 2019 in the Faroe Islands.

Guðrið Højgaard,
NATA board member
Director General
Visit Faroe Islands

Invitations and registration

Invitations for Vestnorden travel trade event  will be sent out by the end of April.

Registration for Vestnorden 2019 will open April 30th

By then all information about pre- and posttours, program, prices, accommodation, flights etc. will be available on this website

About

Vestnorden

Vestnorden is the annual trade show for tourism in the West Nordic countries – Greenland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands. Vestnorden has been the main platform for promoting this astonishing region as a tourist destination since its establishment in 1986.

About

North Atlantic Tourism Association (NATA)

NATA is an organization that promotes and supports cooperation in tourism for the West Nordic countries. NATA is responsible for holding Vestnorden, while the hosting and management of the event rotates annually between the three countries (with Iceland hosting every second year). NATA provides opportunities and grants for collaborations, joint ventures and cultural exchanges within the region.

For more information, please visit NATA’s website.

The West Nordic Region

Three Astonishing Countries

The West Nordic region is one of the world’s most inspiring destinations, offering three astonishing countries: Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

Each country has its own character, culture, traditions and history, but they share incredible nature, a warm welcome and an unlimited range of things to see and do.

The West Nordic region is something special. Situated in the North Atlantic, the area’s geographical remoteness has preserved an authentic world of wonderful cultural traditions and natural phenomena.

It’s a region full of things to discover. The adventures are awaiting.

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Emails have been sent out with this information. Vestnorden will take place from September 23-26 2019, and registration will open on April 30. 

Photo by Adam Burton Visit Faroe Islands

Save the date!

Emails have been sent out with this information. Vestnorden will take place from September 23-26 2019, and registration will open on April 30.

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Around 300 different bird species have been recorded in the Faroe Islands, among them 200 species are migrating birds.

Among these is the Puffin bird, (or Lundin, as it is called in Faroese), a well-known character that is understandably one of the star attractions for visitors to Faroe Islands, whether they are keen ornithologists or not. | Photo by Zoë Timmers 
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Around 300 different bird species have been recorded in the Faroe Islands, among them 200 species are migrating birds.

Among these is the Puffin bird, (or Lundin, as it is called in Faroese), a well-known character that is understandably one of the star attractions for visitors to Faroe Islands, whether they are keen ornithologists or not. | Photo by Zoë Timmers
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