Welcome to Edition #44 of Saint Ange Tourism 2018, Monday 5th November 2018
The Editorial this week highlights:-
a. My presence at WTM 2018.
b. African Tourism Board enhances tourism through Public-Private Partnerships.
c.Travel Weekly announces the “Eight African & Middle Eastern Tourism Hotspots Not To Be Missed” (Seychelles, Mauritius, Reunion, Madagascar, Comoros & Mayotte misses out).
d. Meeting the South Africa representatives during Festival Kreol 2018 .
e. Port Authority takes a hit from Praslin.
f. Innovative Financing for Healthy Oceans – Seychelles must walk the talk.
My Presence At WTM 2018.
Welcome to this latest edition of the Saint Ange Tourism Report (Edition 44 of the 5 November 2018 )which is coming to you from London where I am attending World Travel Market (WTM) 2018 alongside the African Tourism Board and also this year’s International Travel Crisis Management Summit at The Royal Institution. I will also be attending the 7th Aligned Advocacy Dinner of Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) right at the Great George Street at Westminster.
Tourism remains the people’s industry it has always been and my continued invitation to such tourism and travel trade events confirms the spirit of togetherness and the bond of friendship that exists in the industry.
African Tourism Board Enhances Tourism Through Public-Private Partnerships
In partnership with public and private sector members, the African Tourism Board (ATB) enhances the sustainable growth, value, and quality of travel and tourism in Africa. It provides leadership and counsel on an individual and collective basis to its member organizations.