In the 300 days to go until the start of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 the country will welcome a series of elite international sporting events, continuinga tourism drive. From an ATP tennis competition to European Tour golf and the MotoGP, Qatar has lots in store for adventure-hungry visitors looking for professional sporting action.
Chief Operating Officer of Qatar Tourism, Berthold Trenkel said, “Sport brings people together and hosting international sporting events allows us to be part of, and to facilitate, cross-cultural moments of human achievement and utility. The country’s ability to host these events demonstrates the trust in Qatar’s ability and health and safety measures to keep players safe when competing at world-class venues. We look forward to welcomingoutstanding players, management teams, and of course all the fans to Qatar throughout the year.”
Qatar as a nation places a priority on sports and is one of the few countries to celebrate a National Sports Day as a bank holiday, which this year will take place on 8 February. For visitors looking to participate in, as well as watch,the action,Qatar Tourism has curated a Sports & Adventure package, in collaboration with 365 Adventures, to give sports enthusiasts a three-day fix of exciting activities.