The Creative Tourism Network® is pleased to announce the organization of its first international conference on culinary and creative tourism, to be held on November 28 in Tunis. The aim of this event is to highlight the essential role of gastronomic tourism in diversifying the offer of all types of destinations, through a sustainable model.
Culinary, creative, regenerative tourism… The new demands of responsible travelers in search of authenticity and human values offer destinations – especially Mediterranean destinations – the opportunity to reinvent themselves by diversifying their offer through the co-creation of experiences linked to intangible heritage and local know-how.
Tunisia is a perfect example, with projects such as the creation of the Tunisian Culinary Route, positioning itself as a sustainable tourism destination, not only for the quality of its offer, but also for the value chains generated throughout the co-creation process with local communities.
The aim of the International Conference on Creative and Culinary Tourism, organized in Tunis, is to highlight experiences of wine and culinary tourism from various countries, the challenges encountered during these processes, and above all to open up debates and exchanges with national and international experts and professionals aware of these paradigm shifts.
As a result, the conference is intended to be practical, inclusive and experiential, with analyses taking into account both supply and demand, and presenting inspiring examples for experience creators, intermediaries and destinations alike.
These panels will be complemented by time for exchange and networking in an immersive, creative and gustatory setting, encouraging the participation of all stakeholders.