Al Dhahirah Tourism Festival attracts over 47,000 visitors

Al Dhahirah Tourism Festival attracts more than 47,000 visitors within six days

Ibri: The activities of the Al Dhahirah Tourism Festival continue, which has attracted more than 47 thousand visitors since its launch last Thursday, as the festival receives a wide turnout and heavy attendance from all segments of society from Al Dhahirah Governorate and various governorates of the Sultanate of Oman, in addition to visitors from residents and countries. Neighboring.

His Excellency Najib bin Ali Al-Rawas, Governor of Al Dhahirah, said: The festival varies in its daily programs while embodying the Omani identity and originality through various activities such as the heritage village and cultural theatres, in addition to the participating popular bands that reflect the popular artistic and cultural heritage.

His Excellency added: The festival goes beyond being of a touristic nature, as there are many other goals that the people of the governorate hope to benefit from, as there are more than 400 direct benefits for owners of small and medium enterprises, productive families, job seekers, and rural women, in addition to being an opportunity for young people to hone their artistic skills. technology, theatrical and gaining experience in order to rely on them as owners of projects and institutions capable of moving forward in future activities, explaining that the festival contributes to reviving the commercial movement in general in the governorate for individuals and institutions.

The festival program, which continues until the sixth of next March, is full of many events and activities, such as folk arts, Humble Bush, horse show segments, heritage village activities, the Smurfs village, and carnival shows, in addition to circus shows and various theatrical works for adults and children, laser shows, and daily competitions, in addition to… To children’s toys and the consumer exhibition, which includes many corners.

It is worth noting that the morning period of the festival (from ten in the morning until one in the evening) was allocated for women and school students to be an enriching experience for students through learning about the components of the festival, popular heritage, and craft works.

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