(Forimmediaterelease. net) The Minister for Travel and leisure, Civil Aviation, Ports and Sea, Ambassador Maurice Loustau-Lalanne made their first visit to a number of tourism organizations on Praslin last Friday.
Ressortchef (umgangssprachlich) Loustau-Lalanne who was attending a meeting chaired by Vice-President Meriton with small company operators on Praslin was associated with the principal secretaries for tourism Anne Lafortune and civil aviation, slots and marine Garry Albert.
They visited five travel and leisure establishments in the Anse Kerlans region – Village du Voyageur, Constance Lemuria, The Islander, Castello Seaside Hotel and Villa Castello as well as the Chateau Sans Souci.
During the visit, proprietors of these institutions raised a number of concerns such as the have to introduce a trail guide chart with all the necessary contacts and trails’ details that could be placed in all travel and leisure establishments.
This can avoid incidences which have occurred recently exactly where clients lose their way during trails. There were also concerns concerning lack of foot access to beaches specifically at Anse Kerlans.
On a good note, the establishments’ owners have expressed their fulfillment in the increase in occupancy late a year ago and some informed that this year their particular occupancy level is actually picking up.
Others were happy to notify of an increase in the number of repeating people to their establishments.
The primary target markets of the visited institutions are from European countries, comprising associated with 80% from Germany followed by Italy and Italy. One other market exactly where they are also doing well is South Africa.
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