Morocco’s tourism industry recovering after the earthquake !
The recent earthquake that struck the Al Haouz region did not stop the Moroccan tourism industry, according to the Moroccan National Tourism Office (ONMT)
A joint initiative with the National Tourism Confederation, the ONMT and a number of tourism experts has served to reassure the international tourism community that Morocco remains open for business and committed to providing all visitors with an enjoyable experience.
The video highlights the continued success of Morocco’s tourism industry and how all industry personnel are committed to providing tourists with a great travel experience. In turn, it shows that the tourism industry in the Alawite country continues to operate normally despite the recent earthquake that struck central Morocco and the High Atlas region, and that there is a strong commitment to maintaining a high level of service and safety.
Although deeply affected, Moroccans are showing strength and unity. Today it is crucial to remind the international tourism sector that our businesses are open and complying with anti-seismic standards, that we, the travel agency and the entire value chain stand in their way for impeccable organisation, that our restaurants are open and welcoming their customers with the same professionalism and passion continues and will continue to monitor and guide our tourists, and that all regions of Morocco are mobilised to ensure that each is protected from the elements,” the president of the National Confederation of Tourism, Hamid Bentahar, said in the video.
The video also mentions how hard Moroccan travel agencies and the entire tourism value chain are working to ensure “impeccable organisation” of tourists. He added that restaurants across the country are committed to providing customers with the “utmost professionalism and passion”.