As a result of his extensive trips to the Middle East, Abu Dhabi-based entrepreneur Ali Al Khelaifi is among the world leaders in the field of yacht tours.
While many of his clients, including some of the most famous names in the entertainment industry, choose to make a quick trip to Dubai or Abu Dhabi, Ali Kheloifi prefers to travel by boat to the exotic places of the Mediterranean.
The Emirati-born businessman has visited the island of Crete, the island capital of Cremona, Sicily, the islands of Sardinia, Sardinia and the islands in the Indian Ocean, and the island cities of Curaçao and Antigua.
In 2016, he took a trip to the island and the surrounding islands of the Seychelles, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and Togo.
His company Aladdin Tours is a tour company that operates the first yacht tours in the world from Dubai to Mauritania, a journey which takes around a month.
“For me, the most important thing in my travels is the destination.
If it’s not here, I’m not going there,” Al Khemili said.
“The most important is the environment, the people, and when I visit, I have no doubt about the environment and the people.”
The company also offers tours of the islands, including St. Kitts, Nevis and Curañao, and provides accommodations for those who wish to visit.
Al Kheilami has already visited Mauritius, Saint Lucia, the French island of Guadeloupe, and Barbados.
“I’ve always loved the Caribbean,” Al Dhami said.
In addition to the Caribbean, Al Khalili has also visited the islands and seas of the Indian Pacific Ocean, including the archipelago of New Caledonia, as well as the island nation of Bali, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand.
He is currently the president of Aladdin, a company that is currently looking for partners in the Middle Eastern region.
“My passion is tourism,” he said.
For the most part, Al Dhani is a quiet man, and he does not take the spotlight much, but he is a true ambassador for his passion for travel.
He loves to take the time to talk about the culture, traditions and heritage of his favorite places.
“It’s my hope that with this new business I can build bridges with the local people, to build a new era of relations and to expand our presence in the region,” he added.