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Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities launches Eid al-Adha holiday campaign

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Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) has recently launched promotional campaigns, Eid Al Adha holidays, which starts on November 13, 2010 until the 22nd.

Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) has recently launched promotional campaigns, Eid Al Adha holidays, which starts on November 13, 2010 until the 22nd. The campaign focuses on family tourism under the slogan “Share Eid al-Adha offers with your loved ones,” presenting tourist packages designed by accredited tour operators in cooperation with the commission during the holidays. The campaigns highlight their role in achieving and promoting variety of programs for families, while promoting the concept of domestic tourism among citizens and residents to take advantage and enjoy the riches and diversity that characterizes the kingdom with their loved ones.

SCTA in its campaign is inviting all holiday makers to take advantage of the tourism offers of Eid Al Adha, which are made by a number of travel and tourism companies that accredited by SCTA and are under its supervision as Al Tayyar Group for Travel and Tourism, Al Sarh for Travel and Tourism, Jawla for Travel and Tourism, Al Shomokh for Travel and Tourism, and Wagt Rehlati for tourism trips organization. These companies are offering discounted trips and tours to many destinations in the kingdom up to the aspirations of the tourists to spend their vacation with their families at competitive prices, accessible to all segments of society to destinations like Abha, Taif, Al-Khobar, Jeddah, Yanbu, and Brurida within diverse locations in the kingdom like the sea side, mountains, and deserts.

For more information on these offers, please contact the Tourist Contact Center toll free number (800 755 0000) or access via electronic information on the link www.sauditourism.com , or www.scta.gov.sa .