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24 July

Seychelles gets a new world class sailing catamaran

Seychelles Creole Travel Services, a local Destination Management Company (DMC) has just brought into the country a world class sailing catamaran in its bid to be constantly upgrading its products and services.


Based in Hawaii, Belgium and Seychelles - ICTP destination alliance pre-launch in Zambia

The IIPT Peace Through Tourism conference in Zambia was the venue for the pre-launch for the International Council of Tourism Partners (ICTP) first global destination alliance.


Seychelles wins invitation to prestigious World Route Development Strategy Summit 2011, in Berlin

In the wake of the successful attendance of the CEO of the Seychelles Tourism Board, Alain St.Ange and Tourism consultant Glynn Burridge at the 5th IIPT African Conference on Peace through Tourism in Lusaka, Zambia in May 2011, Seychelles has been invited to send a delegation to the prestigious World Route Development Strategy Summit to be held in Berlin in October 2011.


Seychelles Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino upgrades update

From Mahé Island in the Seychelles, Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino has issued an update of their continuing upgrading exercise which is said to be aimed at ensuring the comfort of guests during each stay.  Johnette Labiche, the Company's Area Director for Sales & Marketing has explained the renovations works aimed at ensuring that the Seychelles Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino retains its place as a favoured resort on the beach of Beau Vallon Bay on the main island of Mahé.


Emirates offers more opportunities to Seychellois talents

Emirates is offering more and more opportunities to local Seychelles talents.


Seychelles Tourist Office in UK consolidates itself

The Seychelles Tourist Office in London will be relocating to Regent Street.