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Post  Sirop14 on Wed Jul 19, 2017 9:50 pm

Seychelles Sustainable Tourism Label

19-July-2017
Acajou Beach Resort - another certified green hotel for Praslin
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Tourism Week 2017 - Focus on sustainable tourism

Post  Sirop14 on Tue Sep 19, 2017 12:49 pm


Tourism Week 2017 - Focus on sustainable tourism

Seychelles will this year celebrate Tourism Week with activities based on the 2017 World Tourism Day chosen theme ‘Sustainable Tourism – a Tool for Development’. The theme is in... Read More
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Post  Sirop14 on Fri Sep 22, 2017 11:09 am

Thursday 21 September 2017
Tourism Roundup
Desroches
Now accepting reservations
Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island has unveiled an introductory offer to welcome their first guests in early 2018.
by K.Carolus
With its grand opening just months away, Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island is now accepting reservations for arrivals beginning 1 March, 2018. It is offering a special Island Debut package to welcome its first guests.
With the personalised service for which Four Seasons is known combined with the friendly warmth of an island paradise, travellers can look forward to holidays that will be customised for them says a communiqué from the resort. Active vacationers will find abundant recreational pursuits, while families will love the myriad considerations of their needs, and opportunities for adults and children to play, relax and learn together. For couples, memories to last a lifetime await with hideaway-style accommodations, romantic dining options, and spa experiences à deux.
“Everything you can imagine in a secluded tropical island vacation is here on Desroches Island,” says General Manager Edward Linsley, a world traveller who has chosen it as his new home. “Four Seasons will be the island’s only resort, so it’s ideal for those who truly want to get away from it all while enjoying a variety of activities and opportunities to explore.”
Encouraging a potential clientele to be among the first to experience their brand of hospitality, the new resort’s Island Debut offer features 30 per cent savings when booking before 31 December, 2017 for stays through 20 December, 2018.

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Post  Sirop14 on Thu Dec 14, 2017 8:37 pm

Tourism sector receives technical assistance on sustainable tourism

14-December-2017

PS Lafortune opening the workshopStakeholders in the tourism industry have convened at the Coral Strand Hotel conference room for a two and a half day workshop on sustainable tourism.
The workshop, which started yesterday, is being conducted by the Netherland Applied Science Research Organisation (TNO) through the UNDP Small Island Developing State Centre of Excellence (UNDP SIDS-COE), both based in Aruba.
The workshop also forms part of the technical week of assistance on sustainable tourism, with focus on energy efficiency, currently being provided to the government and other entities.
Seychelles, Vanuatu, Antigua, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Samoa and Belize are the seven countries chosen to benefit from TNO’s technical assistance.
According to Alba de Augustin Camacho, the sustainability advisor at TNO, Seychelles was chosen because aside from meeting the required criteria, it was also seen as a good representative for the region.
TNO’s hope is that the knowledge acquired by Seychelles will be passed on to other island states in the Indian Ocean and African region.
Juan Avellaner de Santos, the Senior Sustainable Energy Advisor at TNO, confirmed to the Seychelles NATION that TNO met with relevant stakeholders to provide technical assistance on December 11 and 12, and this include the Public Utilities Corporation (PUC), Energy Commission and the tourism department.
In her opening remarks during yesterday’s workshop, Anne Lafortune, the principal secretary for tourism, said this initiative comes at the opportune moment as Seychelles is exploring ways in which it can become more energy efficient, especially in the tourism sector.

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