Nirvana Travel and Tourism to attend Arabian Travel Market 2018

Nirvana Travel and Tourism to attend Arabian Travel Market 2018
Published: 18 April 2018 - 11 a.m.

Nirvana Travel and Tourism has announced its participation at the much-awaited Arabian Travel Market 2018, which will take place from April 22 to 25 at Dubai World Trade Centre.

The four-day event will see the tour operator’s latest strategic partnerships and developments through a series of press conferences.

According to a press release, the new partnerships aim to deepen Nirvana Travel and Tourism’s commitment towards fortifying its position in the market by delivering innovative solutions that links travellers with the world’s most sought-after tourist destinations.

Omar Al Ali, executive director of corporate communications and projects, Nirvana Travel and Tourism, said, “The Arabian Travel Market serves as a perfect platform for unveiling our new agreements with local, regional and international travel, tourism and aviation companies which will enhance our existing and upcoming projects. As business leaders, we bring decades of expertise in the industry which enables us to be leaders in the market, exceed clients’ needs and offer an unparalleled series of travel solutions.”

“Among our several ongoing projects are the expansion of holiday offerings across famous tourist destinations in Europe, America and Asia which is set to be offered with exclusive rates.”

The company will also be launching a several holiday packages in the UAE for the upcoming summer season in partnership with the region’s top travel and tourism agencies that targets the GCC travel market.

“As UAE continues to be the preferred destination among GCC travellers, we have prepared an exciting line-up of entertainment, adventure and relaxation experiences that is ideal for families seeking for short getaways within the region,” Ali said

“We look forward to sharing our latest news that once again will cement Nirvana Travel and Tourism’s role as one of the top travel agency in the UAE and GCC among the delegates and beyond,” concluded Ali.

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