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Seychelles has celebrated the World Tourism Day by offering gifts of local handicrafts to passengers landing at the airport




The archipelago celebrated in its own way the World Tourism Day of last weekend. Passengers who landed at Victoria International Airport on the island of Mahé thus received locally handcrafted gifts from the Seychelles tourism authorities to celebrate the event.
 
Wooden turtles and USB keys in the shape of Coco de Mer Seychellois were distributed to arriving passengers.
 
The Director of the Office of Tourism Seychelles Naiken Sherin, has personally displaced to go to meet visitors.
 
Sherin Naiken recalled inter alia that the tourism industry remains the backbone of the economy of the archipelago.
 
As a reminder, 230,272 tourists visited the Seychelles in 2013, an increase of 11% over the previous year.

Seychelles has celebrated the World Tourism Day by offering gifts of local handicrafts to passengers landing at the airport



Laurent Chinaud


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