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Seychelles covered in Japanese magazine Frontline following the ICTP Seychelles General Assembly

Seychelles covered in Japanese magazine Frontline following the ICTP Seychelles General Assembly ( Mirei Sato, the known Japanese Editor and Staff Writer who visited Seychelles in July as a member of the press of the ICTP (International Council for Tourism Partners), has published a long report on Seychelles in her Frontline magazine published in the USA.

The magazine with a worldwide readership touches the big Japanese travel market.

Mrs. Mirei Sato wrote to Tourism Minister Alain St.Ange saying: “My article on the Seychelles is just published in US Frontline magazine, September 20 issue. Attached please find a PDF version of the article. I hope you enjoy reading it although it's written in Japanese. I wrote about Praslin, Valle de Mai, La Digue, and Mahe.

You can also browse the magazine here:

Once again, thank you very much for your hospitality. I appreciate Seychelles Tourism Board's professional and thorough work. Without your leadership and their support, I couldn't have done my job. I've already received enthusiastic feedback from our readers. I hope many tourists find the Seychelles an amazing and affordable and accessible destination like I did."

Mrs. Mirei Sato, a press member of the ICTP, was in Seychelles for the first general meeting of the tourism grouping. She also followed the Routes Africa Forum, which was on at the same time as the ICTP Conference and was given the opportunity of visiting the Seychelles and its unique selling points.

“The article comes out at a good time for Seychelles. Our Tourism Board is pursuing with its set plans to diversify our islands’ target markets. The discerning Japanese travelers remain on the Seychelles radar, and when positive articles are being published by a Japanese writer, we can only benefit from that," Minister St.Ange said.

The visibility of the Seychelles has been a focus point for the Seychelles Tourism Board, and this managing of the press is something the island's Minister personally followed.


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