The DMC is offering trips to the islands with Dubai stopovers
Part of the Emirates Group, Arabian Adventures has announced the expansion of its destination portfolio to include the Maldives.
The destination management company’s partners will now be able to book trips for customers to travel directly to the Maldives, or with a stop-over in Dubai. Arabian Adventures' portfolio will offer a broad range of private island resorts, including extensive family-friendly options.
Travel between the UAE and the Maldives is increasingly popular, with just a four-hour flight time. Arabian Adventures’ expansion will meet the growing demand from trade customers, particularly in the USA and Europe.
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Dnata Travel Group vice president – Destination Management, Alaa AlKhatib commented: "Enhancing our award-winning Arabian Adventures DMC experience from the UAE to the Maldives is a natural expansion of our portfolio. The Maldives has always been a highly requested destination from our partners and their clients.
"Dnata Travel Group remains a market leader in travel to the Maldives, with more than 150,000 room nights booked between 2022 and 2023, and more than 125 directly contracted resorts. We can now expand this strong offering through our DMC arm. Our partners will benefit from our team’s extensive expertise, exclusive rates and added extras, which will ensure that their customers make the most of their holiday on these incredible private islands."
For more information, visit www.arabian-adventures.com/travel-trade
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