The activities of the fourth edition of S’hail – Katara International Hunting and Falcons Exhibition, organised by Katara – the Cultural Village Foundation continued yesterday in the tent of Al-Hikma Square and Hall 12 of Katara.
The event, which will continue until Saturday, is witnessing an increasing turnout of hunting and falconry lovers and the presence of dignitaries, including officials and diplomats. S’hail exhibition organising committee vice-chairman Muhammad bin Abdul Latif al-Misnad said the event has attracted the best international companies serving both enthusiasts of hunting and falcons and merchants.
Considered the largest international exhibition of its kind in the region, S’hail, which opened on Tuesday, features a variety of activities.
A virtual auction of falcons saw participant Hassan Khaled Ghanem al-Ghanem, recording the highest price on falcon No (1) Farkh Hur (Iran Tarh) at QR145,000.
Several companies specialised in equipping four-wheel drive cars used by hunters and off-road drivers are participating in S’hail exhibition. These pavilions present their latest products, including accessories and spare parts, and other equipment, products and electronic systems required in falcon hunting and during desert trips.
S’hail exhibition offers visitors a blend of heritage and authenticity, as well as art and creativity through a group of Qatari, Arab and foreign fine art artists. In order to bring the audience closer to the atmosphere of hunting, S’hail exhibition presents to its visitors a miniature model of the hunting and falconry environment, by setting up a variety of cafes and restaurants offering daily meals of birds, deer and rabbit meat, prepared by a group of the highly skilled chefs in Katara restaurants. They follow all the precautionary measures and preventive procedures against Covid-19 as set by the Ministry of Public Health and relevant government agencies.
Visitors of the exhibition will also receive discounts on Qatar Airways tickets, special offers on hotels and hotel apartments, on limousines and safari adventure trips.
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