Katara – The Cultural Village is all set to inaugurate the first edition of Katara International Hunting and Falcon Exhibition ‘S’hail 2017’, today with many local, Arab and international
There are 54 participants from Qatar, 15 from Kuwait, five from Spain, four from Pakistan, three from Germany, and one each from the US, the UK, France, South Africa, Azerbaijan and Lebanon. Participants include suppliers of hunting vehicles, tools, equipment and falcon-related entities.
Katara will present a wide array of services at the exhibition, including free water distribution and Arabic coffee, valet parking services and limousine and Karwa office.
Helpers will be present to aid visitors in carrying their shopping items. Restaurant kiosks will be scattered across the exhibition, including; Poffertjes, Chapati & Karak, Chaclate, Karak Mganes, Flat White, Al-Enna, Sukkar Basha, Megial, Orange Kiosk, Khan Farouk, Le Vesuvio, L’wzaar, and Sweetio.
Visitors will also enjoy discounts up to 15% at all restaurants at Katara throughout the exhibition. The exhibition will feature special restaurants specialised in traditional BBQ. The visitors will receive substantial discounts from Qatar Airways in addition to many other
In an aim to display a hunting ambiance, Katara has tried to turn S’hail exhibition into a scale model for hunting and falconry environment. It has prepared traditional sessions that are reminiscent of those held in the desert in addition to a variety of unique events and activities.
The audience will have opportunities to experience a simulated shooting and air-gun event organised by Qatar Shooting and Archery Association and Al-Rami Sports Club.
The Ministry of Interior will be one of the distinguished participants at S’hail exhibition with an office to raise awareness of all matters related to purchasing and using hunting weapons and observing safety guidelines and all the services offered by the ministry in this regard.
The Ministry of Municipality and Environment will participate in the exhibition through two offices: one for issuing falcon passports and health card and the other for displaying houbara bustards in addition to other; ministry exhibits.
The exhibition will witness numerous international hunting-related brands that will cover various sectors, such as; camping gear, hunting arms and tools, and safaris which will be offered at significant discounts.
Finally, S’hail 2017 will feature cultural stands from several countries including; Morocco, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey. These countries will showcase their cultural heritage in hunting and falconry with many exhibits such as hunting costumes and tools.
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