Alpha Destination Management expands portfolio

The group will be adding four destinations to its portfolio in the Indian Ocean

Alpha Destination Management’s GM, Samir Hamadeh
Alpha Destination Management’s GM, Samir Hamadeh

Travel agency, Alpha Destination Management announced the opening of four destinations in Indian Ocean, with the addition of four new countries, at the World Travel Market (WTM) 2019 as an expansion of its hotel portfolio.

The four destinations include Sri Lanka, Seychelles, Mauritius and Maldives.

Alpha Destination Management’s GM, Samir Hamadeh said: “We are very excited to add these fabulous markets in the Indian Ocean to our portfolio which strengthens and expands our in-destination offering beyond the GCC. All four countries namely Sri Lanka, Seychelles, Mauritius and Maldives are very different and offer travellers something very unique.”

He added: “We will be signing multiple contracts at WTM with our strategic partners to promote and sell these exceptional products. Hotels are a core pillar of our business and this new development is aligned with our global growth plans. At the same time this expansion will elevate and enhance our offering by giving greater choice to our clients and associates. Growth of tourism in the Indian Ocean is reflected by expansion of airports and increased global connectivity including direct routes. The region has collectively seen the number of scheduled flights rise by almost 30 per cent over the past five years and at Alpha we are eager to capitalise on this great opportunity.”

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