Published on : Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Pearl diving will be among the major attractions in Bahrain, for the last 80 years it was illegal but is now available to the visitors to the island kingdom to bring in a unique experience.
Khaled Bin Humood Al-Khalifa, the chief executive officer at the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority during at the WTM London said that the visitors can keep any pearls they find and they were proud of their heritage.
The clients will have the chance to collect up to 60 oysters during the pearl diving excursion that will be based out of Ras Rayyah Port. The participants are expected to purchase a pearl diving pass either online or at the port before making the dive, the details about the pass prices are available on peraldiving.bh.
Al –Khalifa further said that the nation wanted everyone to know about the hospitality of its citizens. He considered the people of Bahrain to be their biggest assets and the experience visitors will indulge in will be unique. Their brand positioning reflected ‘Ours,Yours’ and he wanted to provide the visitors with the most authentic experience.