To diversify the products of the destination: A project to promote tourist fishing in Dakhla
The successful candidate will mobilize the land base necessary for the development of the project and its components, and will carry out the construction of the basic infrastructures necessary for the development of sport tourist fishing activities.
The Dakhla-Oued Eddahab Region is launching a Call for expression of interest (AMI) to develop an entertainment and leisure offer around the practice of tourist fishing in order to diversify and complete the tourist products of the destination of Dakhla.
Fishing is considered in fact as one of the fields of activity most dreamed of or admired by tourists, allowing exceptional sensations. Today, this activity can compete to promote even more touristically the Dakhla destination and attract a greater flow of international and national tourists in search of new tourist fishing spots and new experiences.
In this context, the Regional Council of Dakhla-Oued Eddahab in partnership with the Moroccan Society of Tourism Engineering (SMIT) and the wilaya of the region has decided to initiate the development of this niche by launching a Call for expression of interest. in order to diversify tourism products to attract new customer segments.
As support for the professional to be retained within the framework of the development of this project, the public authorities undertake to allocate a budget of one million dirhams and which will be paid in three phases. A specific agreement will be signed in this direction with the private professional selected, and who will propose an offer integrating at the same time the planning, the development, the management as well as the animation of the project.
Thus, the successful candidate will mobilize the land base necessary for the development of the project and its components, and will proceed to the realization of the basic infrastructures necessary for the development of sport tourist fishing activities and also the organization of high level events. around this activity for the next three years, including one international event per year, in the form of a competition corresponding to a stage of the world championship.
Note that the launch of this AMI is not the result of chance. Located on the Atlantic coast, the Dakhla destination is located in one of the areas with the most fish in Morocco, in terms of wealth and diversity. Thus, several spots make the happiness of locals and tourists who come to indulge in the practice of their passion.
Bordered by the sea and offering breathtaking landscapes, this little corner of paradise nestled in the Sahara is one of the most beautiful seaside destinations in Morocco. The peninsula seduces the visitor with its lagoon, its immense beaches and the mild climate.
On the beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see as on the lagoon with warm and turquoise waters, tourists in search of thrills come from all four corners of the globe to tame the waves, practice recreational fishing and savor good moments of relaxation.
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