Comoros uses Madagascar fair to promote Culture & Gastronomic Festival
Ms. Nawal Msaidie, the Executive Director of the National Tourism Office of the Comoros, used the Madagascar International Tourism Fair to promote the Culture & Gastronomic Festival set to be staged in the Comoros on August 20 and 21.
Mrs. Hissane Guy, the President of Comoros Tourism, personally tabled the event at the Vanilla Islands Ministerial Meeting, and then it was up to Ms. Nawal Msaidie, the Executive Director of the National Tourism Office of the Comoros, to use the fairgrounds in Madagascar to promote the Comoros event that appears on the Vanilla Islands Calendar of Events alongside the Carnaval International de Victoria of the Seychelles (April), the International Tourism Fair of Madagascar (May), and the Festival Liberte Metisse of La Reunion (December).
Ms. Nawal Msaidie caught up with Mr. Eric Koller, the President of Madagascar Tourism, and Minister Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture, at the International Tourism Fair of Madagascar as she was dishing out brochures of the Culture & Gastronomic Festival of the Comoros.
Both Mr. Eric Koller of Madagascar and Minister Alain St.Ange of the Seychelles promised the Comoros their support for the island’s event that appears on the Calendar of Events of the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands.
Mr. Pascal Viroleau, the CEO of the Vanilla Islands, is now making arrangements to invite a number of international press from the region’s tourism source markets to ensure that the cultural events of the region brings added visibility for the member states of the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands, the region that has now become the new tourism region.