The Moroccan National Tourist Office launches a new office in Abu Dhabi today.
Report revealed, the Office stated that the new premises will function as a regional policy to amplify tourist flows between the Kingdom and the nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Illustrated as having very robust potential, the Gulf market is assuring and hopeful. Middle Easterners stay an average of ten days, and the estimated expense of their accommodations is four times higher than the average budget of tourists from somewhere else in the world.
On the sidelines of the office’s opening ceremony, the Moroccan National Tourist Office and the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority will sign a contract to bolster experience connections and enhance tourism flows between the two nations.
As part of its tourism vision, Morocco aims to fascinate more tourists and explore more world markets.
The Kingdom won the Best Stand award at the International Travel and Tourism Exhibition, in Moscow, Russia, which was held from 18-21 March 2015.
In February, the Minister of Tourism, Lahcen Haddad, averred that the tourism division accomplished constructive and overall heartening results in 2014 regardless of a slowdown in the past few months.