The State of Travel in the Mideast
ADONIS TRAVEL & TOURISM
Give a little background on your agency : where are you located, what is your specialty, etc.
ADONIS TRAVEL & TOURISM has located
its head office in Syria, in the city center of Damascus, near to the
newly Four Seasons Hotel (under construction). We're handling incoming
as well as outbound travel for Individual Travelers as well as for groups.
Our sistercompanies are established in Lebanon, Jordan, Yemen and Libya.
Why should people use a travel agent instead of just going online and buying a ticket on their own?
How is the war in Iraq and/or the Israel/Palestinian problem reflecting on travel to the Middle East?
What kind of clientele (where from) do you mainly deal with?
Where are your people traveling to and why? (i.e. are people going to Egypt for tourism, or the UAE for shopping/business ).
Have you noticed any trends in travel to the Middle East from your area?
Where should people consider going (where they currently aren't going) and why?
Should you focus on one country? Or is a package/travel tour a better option?
Each of our destinations can be chosen as a travel destination on its own. However, the general trend is to combine Syria/Jordan or Syria/Lebanon or the 3 countries in a longer trip.
How is traveling on land through countries?
Traveling through our region is traveling through history to which is added the general atmosphere of safety and hospitality. A must for people interested in archaeology, history or Christianity. When looking for sun and relaxation, Lebanon and Jordan are more interesting !
What are the best times of years to visit the Middle East? Why?
April and October are to be avoided as this means high season . March, May, June and September offer more relaxed services at the hotels, sites with only few people and climate remains very gentle !
Our head office can be contacted for
all destinations at : 34/36, Al Moutantabi street - POB 4895 - Damascus
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