Just published: The Saint Ange Tourism Report, Volume 3 Edition 4

ENJOY THE LATEST EDITION OF THE #ST.ANGE TOURISM REPORT FRESH FROM THE #SEYCHELLES AND THE OTHER #INDIANOCEAN ISLANDS

(Posted 29th January 2019)

The Editorial this week highlights:

a. Welcome to Joël RANDRIAMANDRANTO – Madagascar’s new Minister of Tourism!

b. Reflecting on Seychelles’ tourism sector’s achievements and challenges.
c. Semuliki National Park, Uganda, scraps nature walk fees as Seychelles increases National Park Fees.
d. Kenya’s Najib Balala, CS Tourism & Anita Menrdiratta of CNN TASK meet at FITUR in Spain.
e. For Africa to Rise it has to Fly – Carmen Nibigira.

f. Naomy King – "Participating is winning"

Stand alone articles this week:

1. Sky to broadcast first live TV news coverage of underwater world – Sky Ocean Rescue campaign, will take place around Aldabra.

2. Mason’s Travel takes the ‘people’s industry’ mission a step further and hosts a Special Birthday Surprise.
3. Le Domaine de L’Orangeraie of La Digue is home to visiting delegation out to strengthen Indonesia & Seychelles cooperation.

4. Le Nautique Luxury Waterfront Hotel & Le Domaine de L’Orangeraie top La Digue hotels by Trip Advisor .

5. Madagascar has a new Government.

6. President Didier Robert of Reunion meets H. E. Andry Rajoelina, President of Madagascar to discuss Regional Cooperation.

7. Africa underrepresented in TripAdvisor’s Global Best listings.

8. Reunion Island forges ahead with cruise tourism welcoming Queen Elizabeth and THE WORLD last week.

9. Vanilla Islands – how it started.

10. “Zil Dyaman” (Diamond Island) book is published by Jernin Hoareau in Australia.

11. Ethiopian Airlines to streamline and increase flights to the United States.

12. Vanilla Islanders Maryvonne Pool and Vijay Poonoosamy at Davos 2019.

13. African Regional ports body appoints Col Andre Ciseau of Seychelles as SG of PMAESA.

14. Luxury Tents for visitors make for light constructions in fragile natural environments.
15. Cruise tourism brings economic opportunities to Western Cape.

16. The Tourism Legacy of Minister Alain St.Ange (Archives – Blast from the past).

17. Ken Chou, the well appreciated hotel General Manager when posted in Seychelles at the centre of looking for missing footballer Sala.
18. First recycled-plastic dhow makes Kenya-Zanzibar trip.

19. Closing Notes.

The full report is, as always, available for ATCNews readers by simply clicking on the link below:

https://mailchi.mp/saintange/saint-ange-tourism-report-edition-4-of-volume-3-of-monday-28th-january-2019?e=a52a66de1b

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