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Seychelles and Mauritius hand in hand to advance the regional tourism concept of vanilla Islands




From left to right: Minister of Tourism of Seychelles, Alain St Ange, Sydney Pierre president of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority and Viroleau Pascal, director of Vanilla Islands
From left to right: Minister of Tourism of Seychelles, Alain St Ange, Sydney Pierre president of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority and Viroleau Pascal, director of Vanilla Islands
The Minister of tourism of Seychelles, Alain Saint-Ange, and Sydney Pierre, the new president of the Tourist Office of Mauritius (Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority MTPA) named in late August recently met at the stand of the Seychelles at the international tourism, IFTM Top Resa in Paris, which is held since Tuesday and until this Friday as part of its 36th edition Porte de Versailles.
 
The Minister of Tourism of Seychelles and president of the MTPA well explored tracks to consolidate the regional tourism concept of vanilla Islands.
 
Pascal Viroleau, Director of the vanilla Islands, also took part in the discussions.
 
As a reminder, the vanilla Islands advocate since their inception in August 2010 the repositioning of the Indian Ocean as a tourist destination and the cohesion of these countries around this common objective.

Mauritius, Reunion, Madagascar, Seychelles, Comoros, Mayotte and the Maldives thus want greater visibility by bringing their plurals assets within a single structure to regional tourist destination island.
 
The creator tourism sector of direct and indirect jobs, sustainable real growth driver is the base of the Vanilla Islands initiated by the development.



Laurent Chinaud


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