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After many weeks of battling tirelessly the deadly Covid-19 worldwide pandemic, Seychelles- the small island holiday destination in the Indian Ocean with a population of less than a hundred thousand inhabitants- is now Covid-19 free.

Strengthening the destinations presence in the GCC market, the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) recently showcased the tropical paradise in the 10th edition of the Jeddah International Travel & Tourism Exhibition (JTTX10).

In attendance in the region’s largest platform for meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibition (MICE), the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) alongside 7 South, a specialist destinations management company from Seychelles, joins in the Meetings Arabia and Luxury Travel (MALT) Congress, where the islands showcased its potential as a destination for business and luxury travel.

In what has been described as a landmark agreement, the Seychelles has committed to protecting large areas of the Indian Ocean to help clear USD21 million of its national debt.

Kenya Airways (KA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Seychelles Tourism Board to promote tourism and boost intra-Africa traffic to the Indian Ocean archipelago.

The Dubai office of Seychelles Tourism Board participated in Jeddah Intl. Travel & Tourism Exhibition 2017 (JTTX7), held at Jeddah Hilton Hotel on February 15 – 17.