With the return of the Qatar Airways flights to Seychelles last December, the airline’s office based in Netherlands in collaboration with the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) recently organised a familiarisation visit to the islands for several of the market’s top tour operators.
The trip was from March 23-26 and presented the tour operators with first-hand experience of the destination as they visited the main islands and got acquainted with the different hotels.
The Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) has boosted its efforts to attract more German tourists with media interviews and a new flight service between Germany and Seychelles.
STB’s chief executive Sherin Francis held three media interviews in Germany to discuss Seychelles’ tourism with a focus on the meetings, incentives, conferences and events (MICE) industry.
The Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) took part in BIT – Borsa Internazionale del Turismo, which is the most important trade and consumer fair in Milan, northern Italy.
Held last week, BIT has been completely renewed this year with a new location, at Fieramilanocity in the heart of Milan, and a new format.
Seychelles welcomed the grand and luxurious Queen Elizabeth cruise ship at Port Victoria yesterday. With 1950 guests onboard and over 1000 crew members, the cruise ship arrived in Seychelles yesterday morning and left at 9pm the same day.
The ship left Southampton and travelled to a few ports in Australia, Japan, China, Singapore, Sri Lanka before cruising to Seychelles. Queen Elizabeth is now on its way to visit two other Vanilla islands – Reunion island and Mauritius – before heading to Cape Town and the Mediterranean. The four-month cruise will end back in Southampton which is a port city on England’s south coast.
One of Seychelles’ most popular beaches, the Anse Source d’Argent beach on the island of La Digue, famous for its powdery white sand, crystal clear sea and unique granite boulders is the featured image of National Geographic Traveller - February/March 2017 edition.
A group of 35 trade decision makers from Reunion Island met local partners at the Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Hotel during a ‘meet and exchange’ programme hosted by the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB).
The aim of the workshop was to give our local groups the chance to develop and widen their proposals offered to the Reunion clients and vice-versa. The workshop targeted small tourism properties on Mahe, Praslin and La Digue.
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