Qatar Summer Programme includes staycation packages, Culture Pass discounts, virtual fashion shows and outdoor activities
Qatar National Tourism Council (QNTC) has launched a vibrant programme of offers and activations for residents to enjoy during the summer holidays, as the country prepares to welcome back the world. A host of exciting hospitality deals, outdoor experiences and activities centred around fashion, arts and culture are in store for people of all ages and interests.
The Qatar Summer Programme will be offered in collaboration with QNTC’s partners from across the public and private sectors, including hospitality, Qatar Museums and United Development Company (UDC), among others.
To celebrate summer, QNTC has partnered with hotels to bring residents a wide range of staycation packages and other hospitality deals at more than 40 establishments across the country. These include discounts of up to 50% on room bookings, hotel packages with an additional free night stay, beach and pool packages, as well as special food and beverage (F&B) promotions. QNTC will feature the offers on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, as well as through its dedicated website, Qatar Staycation (https://www.qatarstaycation.com), which will be updated regularly with the latest offers.
As Qatar’s renowned cultural institutions open their doors once again, residents will be able to avail of a 20% discount on select Culture Pass memberships including Culture Pass Plus and Culture Pass Family, entitling pass holders to exclusive privileges at all Qatar Museums entities, such as free admission at museums and galleries, VIP invites to tours, talks and workshops, and discounts at museum cafes, restaurants and gift shops. For more details please visit: http://www.qm.org.qa/en/culturepass
Later this summer, residents will get a glimpse of the latest style trends with a virtual fashion show featuring local designers. The first of its kind, the show will be broadcast live from QNTC social media accounts including Instagram, Facebook and YouTube Live.
For those more inclined to adventure, a variety of outdoor excursions will be introduced to satiate any thrill-seeker. Residents can reconnect with nature on a camping and desert safari at the Inland Sea’s Al Bahar Beach Camp, enjoy a barbeque lunch or dinner, or rent a 4x4 for exhilarating rides over the sand dunes. Tour operator 365 Adventures will draw residents to Qatar’s stunning coastline with special promotions on kayaking and fishing trips, paratriking and scuba diving, speed boat and yacht rentals, in addition to sunrise and full-day desert safari packages.
Through fruitful collaboration with its stakeholders, QNTC is developing attractive promotions and activations to strengthen the tourism industry and ancillary sectors such as retail, culture and hospitality, working to deliver a vibrant calendar of events throughout the year that reinforce Qatar’s position as a preferred tourist destination for families. This year’s summer programme presents ample choices for citizens and residents to explore and rediscover the unique experiences Qatar has to offer.
In preparation for welcoming back the community, QNTC recently launched the Qatar Clean programme in partnership with the Ministry of Public Health, which sets strict standards for sterilisation and disinfection that all hotel establishments must adhere to, ensuring guests can enjoy a worry-free experience this summer and beyond.
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About Qatar National Tourism Council (QNTC)
Qatar National Tourism Council’s mission is to firmly establish Qatar on the global map as a place where cultural authenticity meets modernity, and where people of the world come together to experience unique offerings in culture, sports, business and family entertainment.
QNTC’s work is guided by the Qatar National Tourism Sector Strategy (QNTSS), which seeks to diversify the country’s tourism offering and increase visitor spending.
Since launching QNTSS, Qatar has welcomed over 14 million visitors. The economic impact of the tourism sector in Qatar is becoming increasingly visible with the government designating tourism in 2017 a priority sector in pursuit of a more diverse economy and more active private sector.