Arabia Travel & Tourism Services: Experts in Maldives honeymoon, luxury holidays
A leading luxury travel brand and holiday company specialising in luxury resorts in the Maldives, Arabia Travel and Tourism Services represents a collection of luxury resorts selected based on experience. These resorts are personally selected and carefully reviewed.
Having been in the luxury holiday industry for many years, Arabia Travel and Tourism Services works alongside nothing short of the finest resorts in the Maldives. Be it honeymoon packages, luxury holiday retreats, or family vacations, the company’s policies are designed to value clients’ personal preferences first and foremost. With Arabia Travel and Tourism Services, you truly have the freedom to experience travel like never before; it’s not just a holiday with us, it’s the ultimate travel experience wrapped up in a customised travel itinerary.
Nora El Khalifi, Founder and Managing Partner of Arabia Travel & Tourism services, said: “The roadshows provide us with perfect opportunity to introduce our product to local agents and also interact with them, as part of an ongoing effort to increase the number of tourists visiting the island.”
“I invite you to be a part of our venture, to experience luxury and serenity perfected by the touch of our team. We have cherry picked our partnering resorts to provide you with the most vivid travel palette that Maldives has to offer. We thank you for trusting in our team and giving us the opportunity to be a part of your stay in the beautiful Maldive islands.”
The campaign focuses on promoting Maldives as an exclusive travel destination. As per statistics, the GCC market remains as one of the top emerging markets for Maldives.
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar and Oman remain integral target markets for Maldives tourism development. The upcoming roadshow is one of many major activities Maldivian tourism conducts to ensure that key international travel agents maintain a close awareness and link with Maldives’ resort partners in order to mutually expand the business opportunities between both, while offering their clients quality.
The Middle East region, especially UAE and Saudi Arabia hold much potential. In 2016, a total of 51,330 tourists from the region visited the Maldives. This was a growth of 22.3 percent compared to arrivals in 2015. By February 2017, a total of 7,350 tourists from the region spent their holiday in Maldives which is a growth of 3.9 percent as compared to the same period of 2016.
Middle East is already the most well connected region for travel to the Maldives. Daily flights from the major regional carriers direct to the destination. With the efforts in ATM, it is touted that the Middle East market is expected to perform well in terms of tourism movement to Maldives in 2018.
The United Nations World Tourism Organisation’s (UNWTO) 2020 Vision study forecasts that there will be over 35 million outbound tourists from the Middle East by 2020. This represents an annual growth rate of six percent, higher than the world average of four percent. Middle Eastern nationals usually take one long haul holiday each summer to escape the heat in the Middle East. Qatari’s spend the most on travel with an average expenditure of USD4,100 per day.
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