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For the President of Vanilla Islands, Alain St. Ange, the tourism industry is a long process and where collective determination pays




For the President of Vanilla Islands, Alain St. Ange, the tourism industry is a long process and where collective determination pays
In late May, was held the second edition of the International Tourism Fair of the Big Island in the Madagascan capital Tananarive.
 
Eric Koller, President of the Office of Tourism of Madagascar, in front of more than 400 participants has invited all stakeholders in the tourism industry, to be in solidarity alongside the Vanilla Islands to promote destinations of the Indian Ocean to the four corners of the planet.

For his part, the President of the Vanilla Islands and Minister of Tourism and Culture of Seychelles, Alain St. Ange, highlighted the progress made during the first year of the term of office by Vanilla Islands.
 
Alain St. Ange has also highlighted the "challenges ahead", including "better air access" in the region.
 
The President of the Vanilla Islands also explained that the tourism industry is without doubt a "work in progress" and that the "collective will" is paying for a result in the medium and long term, taking the example of the Seychelles experienced double-digit growth during the past three years, while the global economic crisis was in full swing elsewhere.
 
As a reminder, the Vanilla Islands are a joint promotion of the islands of the Indian Ocean, with the sharing of know-how and skills of tourism of Reunion, Mauritius, Comoros, Seychelles and Madagascar.



Laurent Chinaud


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