Ajman: The Ajman Department of Tourism Development is participating in the Berlin Travel Trade Show “ITB” from March 7–9, which is the world’s leading travel trade show.
The Ajman official delegation is headed by the Ajman Department of Tourism Development and includes 12 stakeholders representing private and governmental authorities working in Ajman, starting from the Ajman Department of Land and Real Estate Regulation, the Ajman Saray a Luxury Collection Resort, the Oberoi Beach Resort Al Zorah, the Ajman Hotel, the Fairmont Ajman Hotel, the Bahi Ajman Palace Hotel, the Wyndham Garden Ajman Corniche, the Ramada Beach Hotel Ajman, Destination Touristic Services, Rida Travel & Tourism, and Thumbay Hospital.
Mr. Mahmood Khaleel Alhashmi, Director General of the Ajman Department of Tourism, shared that “ITB constitutes an important opportunity to promote Ajman’s leading position on the global trade and tourism map, which comes in line with the country’s national agenda to boost the economic and tourism sectors. This year, we aim to focus on highlighting the attractiveness of the destination with its remarkable features and potentials, which have transformed the emirate into a preferred destination for tourists.”
“Ajman managed to attract thousands of visitors from across the world due to its outstanding offerings and services, and we are committed to pursuing our efforts in launching more initiatives and projects that entice more tourists from different markets to Ajman,” Mr. Alhashmi added.
Ajman Tourism seeks to showcase its latest tourism projects and highlight the emirate’s advanced infrastructure, in addition to informing visitors of its main tourism initiatives and the superb services it has to offer.
The department intends to showcase the popular areas and touristic destinations that range from famous landmarks such as its pristine beaches, steep mountains, and natural reserves to its luxurious hotels all along the coast and the profound cultural diversity it boasts, such as museums, historical sites, and local markets.