Seychelles tourism news – STB shows flag at Nairobi’s Getaway Fair

The Seychelles Tourism Boards appearance at the recently concluded Getaway Fair in Nairobi was once again termed an overwhelming success, as the archipelagos stand attracted the attention of both the tourism trade, seeking to forge ties with the islands to do business together, but also of course of individuals coming to the exhibition to find their next holiday destination.
Seychelles tourism ambassador to Kenya, Ms. Popsy DSouza-Getonga was partnered by Amia Jovanovic-Desir, who in her capacity as senior marketing executive responsible for the Eastern African market was busy to engage with in particular the travel trade to partner up under the Seychelles marketing programme from the big five to the best five the latter referring to the superb and globally top rated beaches across the many islands of the archipelago.
While in Nairobi the Seychelles team also had bilateral talks with the Kenya Tourism Boards Chief Executive Mureithi Ndegwa and also met with the recently installed new Chairman Kitili Mbithi.
Kenya Airways connects Nairobi to the Seychelles three times a week, using a B737-800 aircraft, but as demand growth the airline has already indicated that more flights would be added once loadfactors made it possible. Seychelles truly Another World.