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Vanilla Islands: Creation of a quality label for tourist accommodations

The Mauritian Minister of Tourism, Xavier-Luc Duval, who currently presides since 10 June, and this, for six months over the destinies of Vanilla Islands Association has entrusted "to the Mauritius Tourism Authority and especially its president Robert Desvaux the development of a system of classification for all tourist accommodations, "said a communication from Vanilla islands.
This classification will start very soon in Mauritius and "will quickly expanded to include the other islands in order to become the reference in the Indian Ocean."
"Representatives of the Seychelles and Madagascar have already expressed that they will work on this approach. Bridges are also contemplated with the valid ranking of Atout France for Reunion and Mayotte in order to present harmonization among the islands."
This seal of quality driven by the Vanilla Islands will ensure "quality service and comfort" within the tourist accommodation.
"We will be able to claim that for example a three-star hotel in Mauritius match a three-star establishment in Madagascar, but also in the other islands," highlights Pascal Viroleau, director of Vanilla Islands.
As a reminder, the Vanilla Islands advocate since their inception in August 2010, the repositioning of the Indian Ocean as a tourism destination and cohesion of the members around this common goal.
Mauritius, Reunion, Madagascar, Seychelles, Comoros, Mayotte and Maldives want to have a higher profile by bringing together their plurals assets within the same regional tourist-oriented structure. The creator of tourism sector jobs directly and indirectly, sustainable real engine of growth, is the cornerstone for development initiated by the Vanilla Islands.


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