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Dubai Taxi and Lama Tours team up to offer bespoke sightseeing for Dubai cruise tourists 05/01/2017

Dubai Taxis at Dubai Cruise Terminal 3
Dubai Taxi Corporation in partnership with Lama Tours has announced that it is launching a ‘luxury city tours’ service targeting tourists visiting Dubai, especially cruise passengers, who will be able to avail the service directly from the Dubai Cruise Terminal.

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The service will be available from key tourists locations in Dubai, such as Dubai Internationals Terminals 1, 2 and 3, as well as the city’s two cruise terminals and select Dubai Metro stations.

“The agreement allows us to offer our services exclusively from all the locations where DTC has a presence, from airports and cruise terminals to metro and bus stations. This will help tourists to avail a variety of tour packages from a number of locations,” said Kulwant Singh, CEO of Lama Tours.

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“The idea is to give customers value add-ons, discounts, offers, and cheaper tours, with more variety with the quality assurance of DTC,” he added.

Yousuf Al Ali, CEO of DTC, said the deal comes following the recent launch of DTC Tours Service during the recent Arabian Travel Market 2017.

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According to the agreement, the company will use DTC’s Limousines & Chauffeurs in running tourist activities.

“This agreement is part of RTA’s strategy aimed at broadening the scope of cooperation and partnership with the private sector with the aim of bringing about a substantial improvement in customers service experience,” said Al Ali.

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