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Seychelles Public Transport Corporation announces special arrangements for the first Seychelles-India Day Celebrations

Seychelles Public Transport Corporation announces special arrangements for the first Seychelles-India Day Celebrations ( The Seychelles Public Transport Corporation (SPTC) has announced special arrangements for commuters using its services for the first Seychelles-India Day Celebrations from October 4-6. The Seychelles Public Transport Corporation will be providing buses after hours for this first Seychelles-India Day Celebrations on the following routes.

Two buses will be going to Port Launay via Les Canelles and the other via La Misere. Three buses will head to Baie Lazare - the first one via La Misere, second via Takamaka, and third via Les Canelles. Buses will also head to Providence, Anse Boileau via La Misere, Anse Aux Pins, Circular North, and Bel ombre. Buses will leave IDC Car park on the 4th and 5th at 1115 pm. On October 6, buses will leave Victoria’s terminal at 11:00 pm.

Tickets for these services will be eight rupees. These special arrangements will allow commuters to enjoy the Seychelles-India Day Celebrations and then go home with SPTC.

The Ministry of Tourism and Culture, the Indian High Commission, and a group of local businessmen who are organizing the Seychelles-India Day Celebrations, thanked the Seychelles Public Transport Corporation, SPTC, for supporting Seychelles’ first India Day and for responding positively to its call to rally behind the event.

“This event is now listed as part of the list of national events. It is never too late to give the due credit and to recognize a group who have been part of the building and rebuilding of Seychelles. The Seychelles Indian community landed here for the first time nearly 250 years ago in 1770 and they have played such an important part to make our Seychelles what it is today. The three-day celebrations from October 4 will be marking and recognizing this spirit of togetherness. We needed everyone to pull together to make this celebration what it deserves to be, and this is why we are thankful to SPTC for coming out to facilitate transport arrangements for the occasion," said Minister Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture.


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