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Seychelles want to strengthen their tourism position in India




The Minister of tourism and Culture of Seychelles, Alain Saint-Ange (2nd from left), visited the photographic exhibition on the life of the Indian settlers in Seychelles in the first edition of the celebration of India in the heart of the archipelago in October 2013
The Minister of tourism and Culture of Seychelles, Alain Saint-Ange (2nd from left), visited the photographic exhibition on the life of the Indian settlers in Seychelles in the first edition of the celebration of India in the heart of the archipelago in October 2013
The Minister of tourism and Culture of Seychelles, Alain Saint-Ange, will move to India in early August at the head of a delegation.
 
The Director of the Office of tourism of Seychelles, Sherin Naiken, will also be part of the journey the great peninsula.
 
The Seychellois authorities of tourism want to open the archipelago with the arrival of Indian travelers in greater numbers.
 
The Seychellois delegation will be also accompanied by artists from the national cultural Troupe to make culture a lever of tourist promotion of the destination Seychelles in India.
 
As a reminder, the first edition of the celebration of the India in the heart of the archipelago of the Seychelles was held from 4 to 6 October 2013.
 
Food, Indian music and Bollywood celebrities had held the high ground for the greatest happiness of the Seychellois public.
 
A photographic exhibition on the life of the top five Indian settlers (Charvy, Moulia, Meinatte, Corinth and Domingo) came from the Malabar Coast and landed in the Seychelles in 1770, had also traced the backdrop of Indian emigration to the Seychelles.



Laurent Chinaud


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