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What’s on in Seychelles e-newsletter

What’s on in Seychelles e-newsletter ( “As a social person with a network of a great people around me who are often on new adventures in Seychelles, I wanted to share these experiences with both locals and visitors addressing the common misconception that there is nothing to do here. And so from all of this… Seychelles this week was born in June 2013.”

Vesna Rakic, creator of the “What’s on in Seychelles e-newsletter,” is setting trends, with over 6,000 followers weekly. Through her e-newsletter, visitors, foreigners working in the islands, and locals can get immediate access to entertainment and events-related activities, whatever their taste might be.

The content pertains to national events, meal deals, nightlife, outdoor adventures, the arts, health&beauty, live music&concerts, kiddies’ activities, and more. And the followers not only get an idea about what to expect but also the exact date, location, time, pricing, and contact particulars.

The good news is that this wealth of efficient information is being offered for free to its followers through social media like Facebook and Twitter.

What sets this service apart, is that it is the only one available online covering a whole week’s plan of events and entertainment. And this supports the creator’s carbon footprint awareness beliefs that “technology enables us to be green by keeping it on the screen, and this is important to me, as I believe that each of us can make a difference in protecting our environment.”

As for the tourism-related businesses wishing to advertise their products or services, Vesna describes the “What’s on in Seychelles e-newsletter” as being “an affordable tool” with the first advert being offered for free without obligation.

The Seychelles Tourism Board CEO, Sherin Naiken, supports her resourcefulness saying: “It is a great initiative, complementing the work we are doing. This is why we are renewing our partnership with her as we know it can be an invaluable tool in giving our visitors the Seychelles experience.”

And Vesna is grateful for Seychelles Tourism’s support, stating that it will “increase the visibility of our service to the international tourism market. The feedback from this segment has been excellent as it is a communication tool that our visitors are looking for and offering ‘here and now’ information about what’s on in Seychelles.”


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