The Saint Ange Tourism Report, Volume 3 Edition 33


(Posted 18th November 2019)

The Editorial this week highlights:

a. Air France returns to Seychelles, connecting Paris direct with direct non-stop flight.

b. World Travel Market in London.

c. Next up – Routes Africa in Kenya.

d. Pravind Jugnauth wins Mauritius November elections.

e. Mauritius gets a new Tourism Minister – Joe Lesjongard.

Stand alone articles this week:

1. Seychelles wins: Denis Private Island has been named the Indian Ocean’s best Luxury Boutique Retreat & CaranaBeach Hotel has won Seychelles’ best Luxury Romantic Hotel.

2. Cat Cocos Fast Ferry Company of Joe Albert shows continued support for Pink October cancer awareness month.

3. Seychelles Tourism formed an exciting collaboration with Luxury Sydney based Fashion Designer CARL KAPP.

4. Another successful World Travel Market for the Seychelles.

5. Marcel Horande is the new Director of Sales & Marketing for North Island Seychelles.

6. Coral bleaching is a major threat for reefs around the world from a Seychelles Islands Foundation (SIF) post.

7. Postponement of the Seychelles Country Music Hoedown (Show).

8. The Seychelles Tourism Board takes the Seychelles to Los Angeles.

9. The Seychelles welcomes Sky News Arabia to its shores.

10. Semi-Sub Seychelles coming soon.

11. Air Austral: return of the Dreamliner in the colours of the lagoon.

12. Brit who helped build Seychelles’ airport returns to islands 48 years later

13. A stark warning: remnants of corals in Seychelles help sea level rise scientists predict the future.

14. The International Council for Bird Preservation (now BirdLife International) purchased Cousin Island to save the endemic bird in 1968.

15. Closing Notes.

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This decision comes with regret, as Mr. Alain St. Ange is entirely free of fault in this affair but this kind of thuggery by another news website could simply no longer be tolerated.