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Journalists from Seychelles in Reunion to better publicise the destination




The Reunion Island destination opens its door to Seychellois journalists. Seychellois journalists fly to Reunion from 24 to 29 January to discover the cultural wealth, heritage, gastronomy and all the attractions offered by this dream destination.
 
A discovery which will undoubtedly allow journalists, the majority of whom have never put their feet, to evaluate this tourism product and to publicise the Reunion island destination in Seychelles.
 
It is Sherin Naiken *, the Director of the Office for the Seychelles Tourism, who will be at the head of the delegation of journalists from the archipelago from the audiovisual and print media.
 
 
Hence following the announcement of resumption of flights of Air Austral on the Seychelles, the Office of tourism of Seychelles wants to strengthen its presence on this destination.
 
Reunion potential market for Seychelles, notably recorded in the absence of direct flights a decline in visitors from the Seychelles.
 
Naiken Sherin, director of the Seychelles Tourism Board, said that the arrival of journalists in Reunion "will allow Seychelles to open up this market and reposition Seychelles Reunion market."
 
Seychelles will enhance the visibility of its small tourist establishments in Reunion.
The travel of the Director of the Office for the Seychelles Tourism will provide the opportunity to learn more about this growing market.
 
Small institutions in the Seychelles totalled 46. A less important figure compared to large hotels listed on the coast.
 
 
Recall that Alain St.Ange, Minister of tourism and the Culture of Seychelles, had announced that an expert from the Reunion would visit the Tourism Board to work closely with small seychellois establishments.
 
* Sherin Naiken has held since July, 2013 the position of Director of the Office of tourism of Seychelles where she replaced Elsia Grandcourt

Naiken Sherin, director of the Office of the Seychelles Tourism will accompany Seychellois journalists in Reunion
Naiken Sherin, director of the Office of the Seychelles Tourism will accompany Seychellois journalists in Reunion



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