The Maldives Halal Travel launched their product
Posted on: 5/17/2021, 10:28:19 AM
MHT (Maldives Halal Travel) was introduced at the Arabian Travel Market 2021. The aim is to attract Muslim tourists to the Maldives, especially from the Gulf Cooperation Council. In the Maldives, there is a possible demand worth over $189 billion for Muslim tourists. The Ministry of Tourism has backed MHT's aggressive attempts to get into the halal market.
Maldives Halal Travel aims to reassure prospective visitors that Maldives resorts are "Muslim Friendly." Exclusive interviews with Dr. Abdulla Mausoom, Minister of Tourism, and Thoyyib Mohamed, Managing Director of Visit Maldives are included in the publication. "The resorts are halal-friendly and have the capacity to deliver this operation in its entirety. It makes no difference if resorts sell beer or pork. Resorts are set up in such a way that they can have 100% halal travel "ckages," Dr. Sunny says. The book is completely written in Arabic and can be read online at https://tinyurl.com/maldiveshalaltravel.
The Muslim Friendly Travel Rating (MFTR) is a non-profit organization that reviews and rates Maldivian tourism assets. MFTR is a stand-alone accreditation company dedicated to delivering trustworthy and dependable Muslim friendly ranking outcomes. Tourism institutions are rated 'voluntarily' on a scale of one to five stars, with one star being the most basic in terms of Muslim friendliness facilities. The MHT portal will be exclusively in Arabic and heavily supported throughout the Gulf Cooperation Council. The aim of Maldives Halal Travel is to compete with countries like Malaysia and Indonesia, which dominate the outbound market for Middle Eastern tourists.