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The Seychelles extends its golf game over in Reunion

The Seychelles extends its golf game over in Reunion

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The Seychelles extends its golf game over in Reunion

The Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) joined forces with its industry adherent specialized in golf, Constance Lemuria Resorts to extend the destination’s reach across the waters to the SFR Golf Tournament held at Réunion’s reputed ‘Bassin Bleu’ Golf Course in Saint Gilles les Bains.

The SFR Golf Tournament started in December 2019 and its
finals were held on February 2, 2020 in the presence of the President of the
Golf League Jean Marie Hoarau and SFR team.

Seychelles was represented through STB Senior Marketing
Executive for Réunion and Indian Ocean, Ms. Bernadette Honore.

The STB’s participation remains in line with its marketing strategy to increase the destination’s visibility through participation at pertinent event for golfing in Seychelles.

In the recent years, Seychelles has pulled focus on the
beautiful island destination and its versatility to offer diverse experiences
to its clients through its active collaboration with the Mauritius Commercial
Bank (MCB) and the Staysure Tour through for the MCB Tour championship, which
takes place on Praslin at Constance Lemuria’s picturesque golf course.

During the golf event, STB seized the opportunity to promote
the destination and its various features, through brochures and interactive
activities, STB divulged information about the island destination and its offerings
to visitors. 

The golfers present were also provided with extensive
information on golf as a desired visitor’s experience bringing up the Constance
Lemuria Resort’s 18-hole golf course that spans over an area of 5,580 metres
and a breath-taking view of the white sandy beach of Anse Georgette as
professional golf course. 

In the course of prize-giving ceremony, Finalists were also
given the chance to win a two night stay for two at Constance Lemuria Resort
Praslin, boat transfer tickets through the inter-island ferry company Cat Coco
and entrance to the renowned Vallée de Mai UNESCO world heritage site;
sponsored by STB and Constance Lemuria Resort.

Ms. Honore expressed STB’s gratitude for being included in
the event, stating it is the ideal platform to promote Seychelles as a sports
destination, a marketing angle which has become more significant in the healthy
conscious climate of today.

“The Constance Lemuria Golf course is already well known
amongst golfers in Réunion, some were even present at the event and shared
their positive experiences. One of our marketing priorities this is year is to
reach out to new potential markets, one of which is the golf community”, added
Ms. Honore. 

Participation in events such as these allows the STB to fulfill
its mandate of increasing the destination’s visibility, encouraging the
presence of more visitors.

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