Abu Dhabi wants more Indian travellers; partners with GoFro

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Abu Dhabi welcomed over 3, 50,000 Indian visitors last year. With new additions like Louvre Museum, Abu Dhabi is expecting more millennial visitors from India. Keeping this in mind, Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT) has entered into a partnership with GoFro, India’s foremost online holiday marketplace.

DCT partnered with GoFro, to leverage company’s unique travel marketplace model with packages and customised travel option from all leading travel companies of the country. The partnership will enable travellers to get travel advice from local travel experts from Abu Dhabi and help them to customize travel.

“Travellers are now looking for off-beat travel destinations and we have been working along with tourism boards, travel companies and destination experts to offering the unique experience to every traveler,” said Mohit Sardana, Chief Business Officer, GoFro.

“We are confident that we’ll get the desired mileage from the marketing campaign that has been undertaken with GoFro and we look forward to a sustainable alliance,” said Bejan Dinshaw, Country Manager, Department of Culture and Tourism (DCT) – Abu Dhabi.