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Gulf Weekly / Travel Weekly

Gulf Weekly logo Holiday-seekers searching for new destinations can be well assured of finding various options at Bahraini German International Services.

Owner and general manager Mohammed Al Sharqi said: "We are constantly looking out for new destinations that appeal to our customers.

"Everyone is familiar with the usual list of countries such as Malaysia, Thailand, UK, Austria, Switzerland, Dubai and Oman.

"We want to encourage the citizens of Bahrain to explore new countries, cultures and languages by travelling to different parts of the world.

"For example, the scenic beauty of Montana in the US or Vancouver in Canada, the beaches of San Diego or California, safari in Kenya or South Africa or even a cruise through one of Europe's long rivers.

"We will try our best to make your dream holiday a reality."

A unique service of the company is its adventure packages for students featuring extreme sports activities, trekking, camping and other nature-related and exciting options.

Mr Al Sharqi said: "A tour guide will accompany them from Bahrain right through the trip until they are return home."

Tourism manager Nadia Al Sadiq, responsible for the company's inbound and outbound tourism, has played a vital role in introducing the ladies' business shopping package. Mrs Al Sadiq, 45, said: "We assist groups of women to find out suppliers to help enhance their businesses.

"Ladies living on the island find it difficult to travel alone to explore business opportunities and solutions abroad, mostly because of language barriers, and we give them the chance to do this."

The company also offers outbound services including flight bookings, family vacation and honeymoon packages as well as 'destination management services' that offer hotel bookings, transfers, meeting halls and VIP services for corporate clients for business meetings and conferences.

Bahraini German International Services also focuses on its growing number of inbound tourists that have been rising since. Mr Al Sharqi said: "Our main targets are middle and Western Europeans but we plan to expand our marketing worldwide as well.

"We closely work with the tourism sector at the Ministry of Culture and Information to make sure that the tourists who visit the kingdom are well aware of Bahrain's rich history, culture, tradition and hospitality."

Mr Al Sharqi explained that the company also works towards acquiring more information on tourism market trends and informing other countries about Bahrain by attending various exhibitions organised around the world including the International Tourism Boerse in Berlin, World Travel Market in London, Arabian Travel Market in Dubai and incentive and travel meeting exhibition IMEX in Frankfurt.

For individuals interested in finding out details about the company's services, log on to, contact 17742282 or visit the office in Gudaibiya.

Reprinted from Gulf Weekly / Travel Weekly section. November 18-24, 2009 edition. Click here to see the original article by Shilpa Chandran on the Gulf Weekly website.

Telephone: +973 1774 2282  •  Fax: +973 1774 2287  •  Email:  •  Post: P.O. Box 26069, Manama, Bahrain

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