Although this embassy can supply a little information about tourism in Nilkawt, most of the details of most relevance to most tourists will be found through the Nilkawtian Tourism Commission. On the other hand, the visitors' centres dotted around Nilkawt are not run by the Tourism Commission at all. They are run by the local government authorities in which those centres are situated.
The Tourism Commissioner, Sir Wolfie A Mozart, has only just been appointed. In fact, the Tourism Commission itself opened for the first time yesterday. The ceremony and the offices were noted for being thoroughly magnificent by the fortunate guests in attendance. There were also a few unfortunate guests who missed the ceremony, having lost their way after being given an out-of-date map at a visitors' centre.
As with many official and unofficial tourism promoters/commissioners in the world today, Sir Wolfie intends to spend a great deal of time and money, over the next few years, promoting Nilkawtian tourism by travelling the world. Through being a tourist elsewhere, especially in very nice places, the Nilkawtian Tourism Commissioner hopes to learn how to promote Nilkawt in ways that are both interesting to himself and inter-culturally appropriate. And as a former touring musician, Sir Wolfie intends to ensure that every time a piece of his music is played, anywhere in the world, everyone will subsequently attempt to book a Nilkawtian holiday.