At JATA, Iran to Build up Pavilion

 Wednesday, June 29, 2022 


At the four-day international fair, short listed Iranian tour operators, travel experts, exhibitors, and craftsmen will run the pavilion at the event, confirmed the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts in a recent press release.
JATA, as per the organizers, is keen on promoting domestic, international, and inbound tourism. It draws more than 150,000 visitors every year annually. It’s compulsory for all the professionals in the sector.

In addition, the event provides debates, seminars, trade fair and great opportunities related to business.

Iran is a hidden gem, and a dream for every backpacker, the country holds huge potential as a vacation spot with dramatic landscapes, many World Heritage attractions, and amiable people to top it all.

Often, Iran is portrayed as world’s one of the safest places to travel by most visitors who have come here, mainly the solo women travellers as well as family travellers. An Australian travel guide book publisher calls the people of Iran as the friendliest in the world.

The Islamic Republic hopes to gather the top prize from its innumerable tourist spots like museums, bazaars, mosques, bathhouses, bridges, madrasas, churches, towers, mausoleums, and mansions. Out of these, 26 are listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Iran is targeting to raise the number of arrival of tourists from 4.8 million in 2014 to 20 million in 2025, under the 2025 Tourism Vision Plan.

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