Carved directly into vibrant red, white, pink, and sandstone cliff faces, the prehistoric Jordanian city of Petra was lost to the western world for hundreds of years.

BEING A SAFE HAVEN IN A POLITICALLY FRAGILE REGION, JORDAN HAS DELIGHTED VISITORS FOR CENTURIES WITH ITS WORLD HERITAGE SITES, FRIENDLY TOWNS AND INSPIRING DESERT LANDSCAPES.

In a bid to further strengthen the role of the Bahraini tourism sector as one of the main contributors to national economy, while also promoting the country’s differentiating features through its tourism marketing brand, BTEA has recently established representatives offices in strategic locations, such as Moscow, London, and Paris, to access and serve new source markets.

HAVING IDENTIFIED THE IMPORTANCE OF AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCES, BAHRAIN'S TOURISM SECTOR IS SET TO BENEFIT FROM THE OUTCOME OF THE INDUSTRY’S ONGOING EFFORTS TO TRANSFORM THE DESTINATION INTO A WORLD-RENOWNED HUB, WITH UNIQUE ACTIVITIES INSPIRED BY THE REGION’S DISTINCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS.

NESTLED ON THE COAST OF THE RED SEA, JEDDAH IS A MAJOR COMMERCIAL HUB AND THE GATEWAY TO SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT RELIGIOUS SITES IN THE ISLAMIC WORLD.

A SHINING STAR ON UNESCO'S LIST Since 1981, Morocco has been home to 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites, an impressive showing when considering the country's size.