Visitors are invited to experience Tulare County Virtually
Tulare County, CA – The World Ag Expo® (WAE) for the first time in its 54-year history is set to host its convention virtually on February 9-11, with attendees scheduled to login from across the globe. Among the virtual exhibitors will be Sequoia Tourism Council, who works to promote the area as a year-round top travel destination.
Sequoia Tourism Council is a consortium of Tulare County communities who work to promote tourism in the region that includes two national parks, a national forest, a national monument and other public lands. The group will provide information to virtual attendees on the best things to experience when visiting the region and hope to inspire future travel. With insider tips on the best restaurants and shopping, travel deals, and guides to outdoor adventure, attendees will want to stop by the virtual booth.
While visitors may be aware of this area’s agricultural diversity, many may not know that Tulare County is also a top travel destination, diverse in activities and attractions. By hosting a virtual booth during the show, Sequoia Tourism Council hopes to provide inspiration to out-of-area attendees who may be looking to plan a future vacation when the time is right for them to travel.
History buffs, outdoor enthusiasts, or cultural connoisseurs will find plenty of opportunities for exploration. Some of the region’s highlights include:
- Two National Parks, a National Forest, and many other outdoor spaces
- Scenic downtowns, diverse restaurants, historical museums and art galleries
- Family-friendly attractions
The Sequoia Tourism Council’s virtual booth can be found at the online World Ag Expo. Links to their website, DiscovertheSequoias.com, as well as information about the region will be available to help visitors make plans to visit Tulare County. The Sequoia Visitor’s Guide will also be available to view or download. We encourage visitors to use the “contact us” feature at the virtual booth to ask questions about travel to the area from Park Rangers and council members.
Representing Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, Sequoia National Forest, Giant Sequoia National Monument, California Land Management, and the communities of Tulare County (Dinuba, Exeter, Farmersville, Porterville, Springville, Three Rivers, Tulare, Visalia, Woodlake) Sequoia Tourism Council is dedicated to promoting year-round travel and tourism to our region. Follow Sequoia Tourism Council on Facebook or Instagram for updates on upcoming events and local activities, or visit our website: Discoverthesequoias.com Visit us at World Ag Expo® Online at http://bit.ly/WAE21-STC.