The unspoiled beauty of Seychelles has inspired a number of beautiful coffee table photo books. But rarely has the quality of photography met the standards of Gregor Kervina, a nature-loving professional photographer from Slovenia, who has self-published his own compendium of photographs in a book entitled, “Seychelles – the Best Of.”
Seychelles and Rwanda are set to open up new ground for partnership in the tourism and culture arenas.
It is the South Africa press that shows its admiration for the Carnaval International de Victoria that is staged in Seychelles annually.
Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture in his capacity as the sitting President of the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands Regional Organization, used the International French Travel Market in Paris to hold a meeting with Mr. Daniel Zaidani, President Conseil General de Mayotte, to discuss the Vanilla Islands and cooperation between the two Indian Ocean Islands.
Madame Sylvia Pinel, the new French Minister responsible for the Artisanat, Commerce and Tourism, used the tourism trade fair in Paris to meet with Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture.
The Seychelles tourism industry, serious in their effort to work with the island’s Tourism Board to consolidate the French market, are all in Paris this week for the annual Tourism Trade Fair – Top Resa.
After a first article on Mahe, Irish travel reporter, Robert Walshe, has brought readers in Ireland another two articles on the Seychelles islands of Praslin and La Digue – all putting forward the great attributes of the destination.
Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism & Culture, has been taking time to welcome the islands’ veteran musicians at his offices at the National Cultural Centre in Victoria ever since he assumed the position of Minister.