The third International Saudi Falcons and Hunting Exhibition from Oct. 1-10 is aiming to promote the Kingdom’s falconry and hunting cultural heritage to the world.
The event is organized by the Saudi Falcons Club, and will be hosted in Malham, north of Riyadh.
ISFHE said that it is now open to applications from people interested in participation or sponsorship through the official operations team email at [email protected]
The exhibition targets visitors from all demographics, both locally and internationally.
One of the main aims of the exhibition is to introduce the cultural heritage and national identity of Saudi Arabia to future generations, and promote the rich outdoor experience of falconry, weaponry and hunting in the Kingdom.
It also aims to create a platform for communication between people interested in heritage and enthusiastic professionals.
The exhibition has an international agenda, with officials seeking to promote the cultural legacy and recreational activities of the Kingdom to people around the world.
The event lets exhibiting companies and participants showcase their products, lessons and lectures.
The SFC has organized the event over the past two years, and has attracted more than 300 exhibitors from 20 different countries.
In its third edition, the ISFHE will host more than 350 exhibitors from over 26 countries. It will feature more than 24 unique sections that cover camping, falcon training, and hunting and shooting, among others.
It will also contain a dedicated arts section, where seminars, workshops, cultural evenings and folk arts will be presented to attendees of all ages.