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Africa: Mayotte Tourism Director receives Alain St.Ange at his Mamoudzou Offices

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Michel Madi, the Director of Tourism for Mayotte, one of the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands Group, welcomed Alain St.Ange. the former Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine of the Seychelles to his Mamoudzou City Center Offices.

It was the opportunity for the two tourism leaders to discuss tourism as the vital industry for the six Indian Ocean Islands that form part of the Vanilla Islands Group.

Alain St.Ange, was the founding President of the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands and was honoured to have been the only Tourism Minister of the Member Islands to have been elected to serve two back-to-back mandates as President of the Vanilla Islands.

READ: Africa: Comoros Tourism Minister H.E. Houmed Msaidie and Alain St.Ange of Seychelles meet on Luxury Cruise liner as it drops anchor in Moroni

This meeting in Mamoudzou was the opportunity to discuss the current cruise ship tourism niche market for Mayotte Island as well as their free independent tourism (FIT) market touching on the essential value for money demand by the discerning travellers and also needed security at all times, “Never forgetting that what is good for visitors is also good for the island’s residents” said St.Ange.

Alain St.Ange left Seychelles late afternoon on Saturday and us scheduled to arrive in the nearby Comoros Island very early on Sunday morning, another Island of the Vanilla Islands Group.

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