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Qatar Tourism gears up to receive more Indian travellers with Delhi and Mumbai roadshow

Aimed to connect local travel agents with destination management companies, hotels, and attraction operators in Qatar, Qatar Tourism conducted its first roadshow in India since the pandemic. The events in Delhi and Mumbai witnessed the participation of over 120 travel industry companies from Delhi and Mumbai.

The interactive platform with pre-scheduled meetings allowed Indian trade partners and travel agents to interact and learn more about the diverse product offerings and experiences that Qatar has to offer.

Qatar Tourism drew industry and visitor attention to the infrastructure, attractions, and amenities being built for the prestigious FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which the country will host in November and December this year.

The roadshow saw the presence of some distinguished partners from Qatar showcasing their product and services to industry specialists in India at large – hotels such as Zulal Wellness Resort by Chiva Som, The Ritz-Carlton Doha, Waldorf Astoria Lusail Doha, Mondrian Doha, Mandarin Oriental Doha, Hilton Salwa Beach Resort & Villas, Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara, The Westin Doha Hotel & Spa, Four Seasons Doha and Sheraton Grand Doha Resort & Convention Hotel. DMCs such as Discover Qatar, Tawfeeq Holidays, Asfary, 365 Adventures by Peninsula Compass Tourism and Mannai Holidays. The primary participants with an emphasis on sports included event firms like Fanatic Sports and Cutting-Edge.

Berthold Trenkel, chief operating officer, Qatar Tourism, said: “India plays an integral role to achieve the sights Qatar Tourism has set for the 2030 strategy. India continues to be one of Qatar’s top markets, and we effectively engage with the travel trade on a regular basis.”

The tourism board has now rolled out Qatar Specialist Programme, an interactive online training module available in 11 languages. The module has been initiated to help travel trade partners better understand Qatar’s diverse product offerings while also providing them with relevant knowledge and a globally recognised qualification, Trenkel added.

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