Conde Nast announcing new tourism developments in Seychelles as they write:- The Heat is On… The pace of change in the Seychelles is as slow as one of its giant tortoises - but now a raft of fresh arrivals are dropping anchor.
In the September issue of Conde Nast, Tim Ecott writes:- In the Maldives barely a week passes without another hot hotel opening - all bells and whistles with a waiter who zip-lines through the treetops to serve dinner.
Seychelles visibility set to increase further now that Turkish Airlines moves on pushing Vanilla Islands through roadshows
Turkish Airlines is set to start its Seychelles operations effective the end of September. Seychelles will be third islands in the Vanilla islands Group that will now be served by Turkish following the successful operations they already have in Mauritius and Madagascar.
The Beachcomber Hotels and Resorts recently launched the latest edition of their Seychelles operation's INSIGHT publication. This publication comes the Resort is announcing the arrival of Youssef Sabri as its new General Manager and Jean Louis Pismont, the the Group's International Director of Operations.
Pravir Kumar Mishra has been appointed General Manager at the Berjaya Beau Vallon Beach Hotel and Casino. Mr Mishra replaces Mr Gulab Rai who is being transferred to take up the position of General Manager at the Sri Lanka Berjaya Hotel. This morning both the out-going General Manager Mr Gulab Rai and the in-coming one Mr Mishra paid a courtesy call on Minister Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture at the Ministry's ESPACE Building Offices.
Last Saturday as Minister Joel Morgan, the island's Minister responsible for Foreign Affairs and Transport was officially opening the New Passenger Terminal at the Inter-Island Quay in Victoria in the presence of Minister Alain St.Ange responsible for Tourism and Culture, Garry Albert, the Deputy CEO of the Seychelles Ports Authority, representatives from the local DMCs (Destination Management Company), high officials from the Seychelles Ports Authority and of the Seychelles Maritime Safety Administration and other guests when he announced to Seychelles that Air Seychelles was intending to increase the number of its flights to Paris.
Moutia night brings the Seychelles Creole Culture to centre stage during the 2016 La Digue Island Celebrations
Often culture is spoken about as being a key USP (Unique Selling Point) for tourism destinations, but the will by Governments to keep positioning their culture on centre stage is not often as evident as it ought to be. In Seychelles the promotion of the island's culture is today central to the Tourism Board's marketing strategy. This ever since they moved away from only selling Seychelles as a sun, sea and sand tourism destination.
- Boating tragedy marked the Island of La Digue during its annual celebrations as 'a minute of silence' is observed
- Seychelles & Reunion Islands strengthen cooperation in filed of tourism
- THE SIGNAL HILL HERITAGE PROJECT OF THE SEYCHELLES
- Turkish Airlines Representatives are in Seychelles to prepare for the start of their service set for the end of September
- This weekend is the La Digue island Feast in the Seychelles and thousands will make the crossing to the island
- Minister St.Ange conducts visits construction site for the new purpose built Music Stadium of Seychelles
- Seychelles Moutya Otour Dife showcased heritage of paradise
- LE DUC DE PRASLIN HOTEL & VILLAS OF THE SEYCHELLES BAGS PRESTIGIOUS AGODA AWARD
- Renowned aviatrix meets former Seychellois student pilot
- Seychelles National Assembly approves two bills on Tourism and on Culture presented by Minister St.Ange