Aqaba gears up for Feast of the Sacrifice
Over 50,000 tourists expected at Red Sea resort09 October, 15:46
He added that: "all measures are being taken to ensure the safety and availability of services to all, we are keen on ensuring Aqaba visitors have an enjoyable holiday".
Mahadin noted that Aqaba is a unique tourism destination for Jordanians and visitors from all over the world. "Aqaba's uniqueness requires that special plans be implement during such holidays," he said.
Sharhabeel Madi, the ASEZA commissioner for investment and economic development, said: "musical concerts, cultural performances and folk shows will be taking place during the holiday, visitors will enjoy a lot of festivities during their stay in Aqaba".