Elaf group goes to Bahrain

June 23 - Representatives of the Elaf Group of Hotels from Saudi Arabia paid a visit to Bahrain to promote their Haj and Umrah services. Around 120 representatives of local travel agencies were present at a meeting organised by the Elaf Group in which the special hajj and umrah facilities were discussed.

Talking about the visit, Ziyad Ahmed Bin Mahfouz, CEO, Elaf Group, said: "This visit is in line with our efforts to enhance cooperation with leading travel and tourism companies of the Kingdom of Bahrain. We introduced the wide range of high-level services provided by Elaf Group and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a whole, emphasizing the areas of travel, hospitality and tourism with particular focus on tourism for religious goals."

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