Strike gold in the gulf

June 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;6/1/2007, Issue 50, p20
Trade Publication
An interview with Andrew Yell, Creative Holidays general manager of product, sales and marketing, is presented. When asked to name the main destinations of the Gulf States for tourists, he cited Dubai, Bahrain and Oman. He added that these spots attracted tourists for it offers a place for discovery along with its historical and cultural diversity and added that most tourists opted to visit desert, forts, souks and shops for their cultural experiences.


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