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Workshop to highlight sultanate’s tourism potential

Workshop to highlight sultanate’s tourism possible

Muscat – 

The sultanate, represented by the Ministry of Tourism, will host the ninth annual Sales Forces for Selectour Network below the theme ‘Performance: Human and Technological Issues’. The workshop will be held at the Hormuz Grand Hotel, from April four to eight in collaboration with the Tourism Board, Oman Air, Qatar Airways and Emirates Falcon Tourism.

Around 200 participants of the occasion, such as 120 agents, are anticipated to learn the location Oman, stated a press release.

The objective of the workshop is to market the sultanate’s tourism possible in international tourism markets, such as the French tourism industry, and highlighting the sultanate as a best selection location. Participants will meet and exchange in company tourism, MICE, leisure tourism, vehicle rentals and hotel industries.

Salem Adi al Mamari, director basic of Tourism Promotion in the Ministry of Tourism, stressed on the significance of French vacationers in the sultanate, given that the nation is ranked third (in Europe) in terms of the quantity of vacationers going to the nation. The quantity of French vacationers who visited the sultanate in 2017 reached about 50,000, an boost of 20 per cent more than the prior year.

Mamari explained that this trust was derived given that the establishment of the international workplace represented by the Ministry of Tourism in Paris which marks the efforts to market and introduce the sultanate in the French tourist industry by means of numerous media channels and workshops.

As a outcome of these efforts, the sultanate was selected as the very best tourist location according to the French newspaper Le Monde in 2017 as nicely as, the World Economic Forum 2017 ranked the sultanate as the fourth location in the list of the safest and safe nations in the planet.

These elements, clarify the attraction of French vacationers to the sultanate.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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