Oman has revealed plans to build the nation’s longest zip-line in Al Hamra.
The Ministry of Tourism stated that the zip line will be operated in the Misfat Al Abriyeen town in an offer to upgrade the tourism in the zone.
The working of the project will be shared between Al Masfah Company as the proprietor and Oman Refreshments Company as the funder, local media revealed without providing any further insights regarding the fascination.
The report mentioned that the ministry will be the supervisor and technical advisor of the project.
The declaration comes as a report recently stated that the tourism arrivals to Oman will increment at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13 percent somewhere in the range of 2018 and 2021.
The Colliers International data anticipated the ascent will be fuelled by guests from over the GCC, who represented 48 percent of visitors in 2017.
What’s more, the report stated that the landings from India (10 percent), Germany (6 percent), the UK (5 percent) and Philippines (3 percent) are additionally expected to contribute vigorously to the development, supported by new visa forms and enhanced flight connections.
Historically, the Middle East has been the biggest source market for Oman, with landings from this gathering expanding at a yearly rate of 20 percent somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2017.
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