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Tunisia Offers to Host ITAA Conference

Tunisia Offers to Host ITAA Conference

Tunisia is going all out to convince the Irish Travel Agents Association to hold its next conference in the North African country. Speaking to ITTN, Wahida Jaiet, Director General of the Tunisian Tourist Board, said that Ireland is now beginning to show growth in visitor numbers. The 2014 figures of more than 9,000 show a 70% plus increase over the previous year.

Wahida Jaiet, newly appointed Director General, Tunisian National Tourist Office, wants more Irish visitors to Tunisia

Wahida Jaiet, Director General, Tunisian National Tourist Office, wants the ITAA Conference to be in Tunisia this year

 

With more operators now offering programmes, she feels that this the ideal time to woo Irish travel agents by inviting the ITAA to have its annual conference in Tunisia this year.

Richard Cullen,Killiney Travel meets Phil Grehan from Clomdalkin Travel.

Richard Cullen, Killiney Travel, meets Phil Grehan, Clondalkin Travel

Sunway hosted the trade to a festive lunch recently to promote Tunisia, with many of the top agents selling Tunisia present.

Fiona Bolger and Deirdre Sweeny  flying the Sunway flag.

Fiona Bolger and Deirdre Sweeny flying the Sunway flag

Tunisia has much to offer the Irish visitor, with golf, history, culture and spas a few of the headline features that this most interesting destination has to offer.

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