Successful Travel Agent Networking Iftar in Oman Unveils Seychelles Travel Opportunities

Tourism Seychelles successfully hosted an Exclusive Travel Agent Networking Iftar at the Sheraton Hotel Muscat in Oman on March 19, 2024.

Connectivity between Oman and Seychelles was a key discussion point, recognizing Seychelles’ potential appeal to royal families, high-profile individuals, and High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs). Representatives from Tourism Seychelles collaborated to devise strategies aimed at improving accessibility and simplifying travel experiences for discerning travelers.

Additionally, the event highlighted the necessity for a FAM Trip to Seychelles, given the abundance of accommodations available. Such trips will enable trade partners to better understand the destination’s offerings and facilitate enhanced travel experiences for visitors.

The Tourism Seychelles representative, Ahmed Fathallah, expressed his satisfaction with the event’s outcome, stating:

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“This event marks a significant milestone in our efforts to promote Seychelles as a premier destination. We look forward to further collaboration and exploring innovative strategies to position Seychelles as the ultimate destination in Oman and beyond.”

Tourism Seychelles office in the Middle East is enthusiastic about forging new partnerships and initiatives to advance the promotion of Seychelles within the dynamic market of Oman. Their commitment remains steadfast in enhancing accessibility, fostering collaboration, and showcasing Seychelles’ unique beauty and luxury experiences.

About Tourism Seychelles

Tourism Seychelles is the official destination marketing organisation for the Seychelles Islands. Committed to showcasing the islands’ unique natural beauty, cultural heritage, and luxurious experiences, Tourism Seychelles plays a pivotal role in promoting Seychelles as a premier travel destination worldwide.

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Linda Hohnholz