Seychelles Connect helps to put Seychelles on the map at carnival time


“Seychelles Connect” is a company that very much echoes the spirit of the 2011 Seychelles “Carnaval International de Victoria” in “bringing the world to Seychelles” for the way in which this communication company’s new phone application provides useful information about Seychelles to visitors.

“Seychelles Connect” produces the popular “Leisure & Business Guide” while its online web and universal mobile solutions provide a Seychelles Business Directory, tourism news, offers, and info. The company is among a growing number of Seychelles businesses that will be participating in the 2011 Seychelles “Carnaval International de Victoria” due to be held between March 4-6, 2011.

Alain St.Ange, CEO of the Seychelles Tourism Board and eTurboNews Ambassador, said that it was encouraging to see the tourism support services rally to be seen as part of the carnival floats at the Seychelles Carnival. “Togetherness was key to the relaunch of the Seychelles tourism industry, and at our 2011 Seychelles ‘Carnaval International de Victoria’ the tourism trade serious about getting visibility for their business have rallied to be seen by being part of the 2011 Seychelles carnival and be side by side with participants from the community of nations descending on Seychelles,” Alain St.Ange said.

The three day 2011 Seychelles “Carnaval International de Victoria” will be officially opened on the March 4 in Victoria in the presence of senior politicians from many regional countries. A long list of international carnival floats are expected in Seychelles for the three-day celebration, and they are being joined by Navy ships from different countries out to show to the world that they support the Seychelles continued fight against the piracy in the Indian Ocean. “The world navies are simply saying that the shipping lanes of the Indian Ocean must be secured and safe and their presence in this International Carnival is echoing this message loud and clear,” Alain St.Ange, the CEO of the seychelles Tourism Board said.