Sunday, 16 February 2014

Oman to project tourism sector at Arabian travel show in Dubai

Oman Tourism will boost up with leading marketers. Recently the Arabian Travel Market road arrived in Muscat city at Seasons Hotel. The tourism sector will grow together and will mark up the marketing opportunities to present Oman’s Tourism objectives. Oman is popular in the tourism industry for the Musandam Khasab Oman and Musandam Oman Dibba. These are two major attractions of Oman and also a source of exclusive entertainment. Like Dubai, Tourism Oman is doing focus upon to develop its tourism industry developments. This year it is decided that Arabian Travel Market will exhibit the Oman Ministry of Tourism, supported by Muriya Tourism and Oman Airways.















The Development of New Resorts and Hotels – Oman Top Priorities

A proper plan of infrastructure is shaped; developments for transport on large scale will be done. Expectations are in coming next year’s fruition cost will reach to $50 billion. It was revealed by figures from a detailed worldwide research company Aranca, that declared that as of July 2013, Oman is now enjoying a huge growth in its current hotel development pipeline of the Middle East as well as North African countries, according to survey during July 59.9% on 4,577 rooms. You can enjoy Wooden Dhow Cruise experience in Oman. "Oman is a country with a fine-tuned vision for its tourism industry and is forging ahead with plans to build a premium destination targeted at discerning travellers," said Mark Walsh, portfolio director at the Reed Travel Exhibitions. 























The Khasab Oman Tour and Dibba Trips has already boosted the hospitality sectors as it has rolled several properties in the recent days all over the Oman like Jebel Al Akhdar, niche resorts in Omran, at Khasab (Musandam), the Holiday Inn Muscat and Best Western Premier Hotel in Muscat.


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