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French TV – TF1 – tells the French-speaking world about the carnival in Seychelles

French TV – TF1 – tells the French-speaking world about the carnival in Seychelles (Forimmediaterelease.net) The Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands Carnival staged in the Seychelles jointly by La Reunion and Seychelles, made it on world news on French television TF1. The French-speaking world got a glimpse of the carnival in the tropics, and this spoke volume for Seychelles and La Reunion on the visibility approach of these islands in the world of tourism.

The Carnaval International de Victoria remains the unique carnival of the world, which is why it attracts press from the four corners of the world. A reportage lasting 1minute and 30 seconds during main news time is worth more than tourism destinations can even wish for. It is bad news or disasters that normally make the news, but the carnival held in the Seychelles managed to become news in its own right.

Why is the Carnaval International de Victoria different is the question raised over and over again. Every carnival is staged by a country for the world to see, whereas in Seychelles the world is invited to stage a carnival for the world. This is why as the carnival in Seychelles, one can see the Notting Hill Carnival of the UK parading alongside the samba dancers of Rio, the Trinidad&Tobago Carnival, and that from Italy, all followed by cultural groups from the Community of Nations outside the influences of politics, religion, and color.

The carnival staged in Seychelles has found its spot in the carnival circuit, because it is so diverse, so colorful, and because it remains so different.

The report of French television, TF1, is accessible on the following site:
http://videos.tf1.fr/jt-13h/un-air-de-samba-plane-sur-les-seychelles-7038571.html .

MEDIA CONTACT: seychellesupdatednews@googlemail.com

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