Published on : Thursday, July 13, 2017
The partners from the private sector and senior QTA officials presented the tour operators with the latest updates on what the festival has to offer.
Furthermore, the delegates also accumulated insights that would go a long way in improving and tailoring the tourist offerings of Qatar for the tourists arriving from the neighbouring nations. Saif al-Kuwari, the public relations and communications director at QTA said that collaborating with the travel trade helps raise the number of tour operators selling holiday packages to the country and also raise the tourist interest in Qatar.
He added that their visits to Kuwait and Oman is a part of the wider efforts of Qatar Tourism Authority to ensure that the tourism products of Qatar are diversified.
The roadshow’s first stopover was at Kuwait.
This country boasts of the largest contribution to the growth in GCC visitor arrivals to Qatar this year. To add to this, the representatives from the hospitality sector of Qatar interacted with over 25 representatives of the biggest tour operators of Kuwait.
Thereafter, the roadshow was headed for the country of Oman. The meeting witnessed an agreement that seeks to boost the tourism relations between the two countries.