The Saint Ange Tourism Report – Volume 2 Edition 47 of 2018


(Posted 27th November 2018)

The Editorial this week highlights:

a. Massive Whale Shark cruising next to La Digue.

b. Political will is needed for the consolidation of tourism.
c. Increased costs affects viability of tourism.
d. Joon will not serve Seychelles next summer.

Comment by … ‘After pushing Air Seychelles off the Paris route last
year following the incomprehensible approval of flights on the same traffic days …
A slap in the face of those concerned who are now being asked to explain’

e. Coco de Mer nut sales.

Stand alone articles this week:

1. The Domain de La Reserve, paradise of Seychelles says Marie Claire Magazine.

2. Golf- Vanilla Islands Pro-Am Tour 2018 in Mauritius, December.

3. Journey through Whisky at Club Liberte Casino of Seychelles.
4. Seychelles Tourism Board partnered with Air Seychelles on joint destination training and sales call in Mauritius.

5. Why Family-Owned Hotels Hold The Key To The Hospitality Industry’s Future – Seychelles leading in this niche market for many years.
6. Event tourism boosts high season arrivals in Cape Town.

7. Didier Robert succeeds in his call for a freeze of the fuel tax.

8. Air Mauritius plans to switch their London flights to the Airbus A350.

9. World Tourism & Travel Council (WTTC) hails South Africa’s President Ramaphosa a "Travel & Tourism job creation Champion.

10. Dubai to have the longest Dubai Shopping Festival this year.

11. Air Tanzania first Airbus A220-300 gaining shape.

12. Mombasa’s Moi International Airport to start upgrade works.
13. Tax exemption to tourism investors.
14. Seychelles Tourism Board relaunches Seychelles Ocean Festival.

15. International Newswires continue to republish our Report.

Here is the link for access to the full report:
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