On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of Seychelles tourism industry and in response to President James Michel’s call for the Seychelles Tourism Board to be the drivers of Seychelles’ brand of tourism, the tourism board, in collaboration with the President’s office, has produced this green paper of Seychelles’ Master Plan for Tourism.
On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Seychelles’ tourism industry, and in response to President James Michel’s call for the Seychelles Tourism Board to be the drivers of the Seychelles’ brand of tourism, the tourism board, in collaboration with the President’s office, has produced a “green paper” of the Seychelles’ Master Plan for Tourism.
Emirates Holidays and the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) have once more teamed up to boost tourist traffic to the Seychelles. “Be Smart, Be Carnaval” is a joint undertaking, which has recently been launched to target travel agents from specific markets.
The visibility of the Seychelles is receiving a boost from all different avenues. The recent highly-publicized honeymoon in the Seychelles by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has been said to have brought unprecedented interest in the islands.
Alain St.Ange, the CEO of the Seychelles Tourism Board, was this week interviewed by Hassan Abdul Rahman, the Editorial Director of ITP Executive publishing and Group Editor of the Arabian Business Magazine, where he received an invitation to address the the December Arabian Business Forum, which will be held in Dubai.
Alain St.Ange, CEO of the Seychelles Tourism Board, is being joined by David Germain, Seychelles’ Tourism Director for Africa and the Americas, and Glynn Burridge, the Tourism Board’s copywriter and tourism consultant, at the meeting of 46th Retosa Board (SADC Ministers Responsible for Tourism) due to be held in Livingstone, Zambia.
After completing its first successful week, taking the Seychelles destination and its selective products through various parts of France in the form of luxurious presentations provided by participating Seychelles hotels and airline partners, the Seychelles continues to be a firm favorite among the French travel professionals.
Delegates from the Seychelles, Mauritius, Madagascar, La Reunion and Comoros gathered in Mauritius this week with airlines serving the region now called the “Vanilla Islands,” to take stock of the situation on hand and to discuss the way forward.