• Regional Manager Stella said that the stakeholders are in the country to showcase offers they have for East African travelers.
• To keep people on their toes and paying attention, random tickets are being given away, on a question-answer basis.
Several stakeholders from Dubai are currently attending the awaited Dubai Tourism Roadshow event at Movenpick in Nairobi.
Dubai Regional tourism manager Stella Obinwa said that the stakeholders are in the country to showcase offers they have for East African travelers.
The event has been annually taking place for the last five years.
“Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we had to take a break in 2020 and strategize,” the regional manager said.
From their pitches, the stakeholders are definitely loving their time in Kenya with some noting their experience with the wild animals at Amboseli.
To keep people on their toes and paying attention, random tickets are being given away, on a question-answer basis.
Over twenty people are smiling ear to ear as they win tickets to visit some of the prestigious hotels in Dubai.
The roadshow is set to highlight Dubai’s affordable experiences and the diversity of the city’s offerings to key travel partners in the visited cities.
Highlights of the roadshow, span across travel, hospitality, entertainment, and Dubai’s citywide events, with a focus on leisure, family travel, education, and medical tourism.
Key elements of the event include breakout network sessions, partner presentations, one-on-one meetings, and medical facility updates and giveaways.
Dubai is known for its continuous drive to establish, maintain and show its safe, open, and accessible system.
Dubai has been ranked as the No.1 global destination in 'TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2022.
Dubai hotels have stabilized an average occupancy level of 76 percent from January to May 2022 ranking at number 1 globally.
Following closely in hotel occupancy are, New York (61 percent), London (60 percent), and Paris (57 percent)
The East Africa Roadshow comes after successful Road Shows in Nigeria and South Africa.