Moroccan tourism revenue up 6pc in Jan
El Jadida, May 19, 2013
Revenue from the tourism industry in Morocco crossed 4.37 billion Moroccan dirhams ($506 million) this January, an increase of 5.9 per cent over the corresponding period last year, statistics showed.
Analysts attribute this growth to the 3.4 per cent increase in the number of tourists in the first quarter, according to figures from the Ministry of Tourism of Morocco.
Morocco attracts tourists from all over the world, especially at the start of summer, as the climate is mild and refreshing and a number of resorts and hotels offer attractive packages.
Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort, the leading tourism destination in the Arab World, has unveiled its 2013 Family Summer packages for the period from June 1 to September 30. The resort is offering tailored packages for tourists from the Gulf states, including stay 4 nights pay 3 and stay 7 nights pay 5 plus extra benefits.
The package includes a stay in a double room for two adults and two kids under the age of 12, breakfast buffet for 2 adults and 2 kids, meals for kids, access to Baby Club, Kids Club and Club Rush, access to leisure and wellness activities including biking, tennis, archery, fitness centre and hammam steam room and airport shuttle transfers by scheduled shuttle service.
Mazagan offers various relaxing and entrainment attractions and experiences including Mazagan Spa and special entertainment activities at Kids Club and Club Rush and quality dining experiences at a variety of dining options and bars offering Moroccan and Oriental cuisines, seafood specialties, Mediterranean, Italian, Asian and French cuisines. – TradeArabia News Service
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