Visibility for Indian Ocean tourism region continues to grow

Visibility for the Indian Ocean tourism region has been growing ever since the press conference staged during WTM 2013 (World Travel Market) in London, called by Mr.

Visibility for Indian Ocean tourism region continues to grow

Visibility for the Indian Ocean tourism region has been growing ever since the press conference staged during WTM 2013 (World Travel Market) in London, called by Mr. Taleb Rifai, the Secretary General of the UNWTO (United Nations World Tourism Organization) and chaired jointly by Taleb Rifai and Alain St.Ange, the President of the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands who is also the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture.

The grouping of the Indian Ocean Islands consists of Comoros, La Reunion, Madagascar, Maldives, Mauritius, Mayotte, and the Seychelles, and the organization now has Pascal Viroleau of La Reunion as its CEO and Derek Savy of the Seychelles as its Director of Marketing.

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Alain St.Ange, the President of the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands, said in London following the joint UNWTO and Vanilla Islands press conference that the new tourism region in the Indian Ocean has diversity in islands, in people, in culture, and in unique selling points (USPs). “Each island or groups of islands have their own special attractions, and each can attract and attracts even today their own faithful clientele. Each island has tour operator partners programming them already, the challenge we have is to get packages that combine two or three of our islands together and this we are working with partner airlines to overcome,” Minister St.Ange said.

Follow this link for a quick insight of the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands:
http://www.ile-en-ile-mag.com/La-revue-des-ILES-VANILLE-n-3-en-ligne_a910.html

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