ENJOY THE LATEST EDITION OF THE #SAINTANGE TOURISM REPORT FRESH FROM THE #SEYCHELLES AND THE OTHER #INDIANOCEAN ISLANDS
(Posted 24th May 2019)
The Editorial this week highlights:
a. Tourism- Government must remain the facilitators and they must allow the Private Sector Trade to lead the industry.
b. Seychelles looses Elodia Payet – a pioneer of its tourism industry.
c. Indian Ocean Integration is a fiction – but these great islands could see a different future if Foreign Military Bases bring super power rivalry to the Indian Ocean.
d. President of the African Tourism Board I have been invited to speak at the IATA Regional Aviation Forum in Ghana.
e. Statue of Sir James Mancham erected in Victoria Peace Park.
f. Tourist Excursion Rates go up in Seychelles.
g. Flying the Flag – Arnold Classic Africa men’s bodybuilding over all winner Ziad Mekdachi, Seychelles.
Stand alone articles this week:
1. Alain St.Ange, President of the African Tourism Board to speak at the IATA Regional Aviation Forum in Ghana.
2. This is the life:- a charming yet elegant cottage encapsulated by a tropical garden with your own private beach on Denis Private Island.
3. Domaine de La Reserve of Praslin in Seychelles says it has the three ‘P’ for success.
4. Seychellois Islanders taking the lead in island’s hospitality – Sunset Beach Hotel & Village du Pecheur.
5. Basil Soundy says:- OUR ISLANDS, OUR HOME “One Country, One People, One Seychelles”
6. Anita Mendiratta Recognised By IIPT on United Nations International Day Of Living Together In Peace.
7. Corals can be seen in stunning colours in the day – at night spectacular coral fluorescence.
8. Air Seychelles signs partnership deal with ‘AirFi’.
9. A New Luxury Resort Is Opening in Mauritius — and It’s Literally Paradise.
10. Maritime security the Seychelles way.
11. Tortoises rule on this isolated island.
12. International Cooperation between Seychelles and a Baltic Island, Minister Dogley Visits German Beach Clean-up Project.
13. Tanzania prepares for ban on plastic bags from 01st of June.
14. Marine Conservation Society Seychelles (MCSS) marks "World Turtle Day".
15. Closing Notes.
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