Monday, 28 November 2011

News coming in from the Seychelles Island show that the construction of the Praslin heritage route is so far so good and at the same time a member from the Islands of Vanilla, mentioned that they will soon be working hard towards the promotion of their valuable things so as to increase on the number of tourists attractions and hence increase the number of tourists in the long run. The Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) at the beginning of this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Mauritius Council of Religions so that the two parties can start up a place where the visitors can have their prayers from while in the country for their safaris and also check out the ethical code of the tourism industry together. The code of ethics  aims at improving on the dress code of tourists before they enter the places of worship and other holly places and this means that they have to be dressed decently and in shoes as well but more issues will be handled  than what is mentioned above.
Mauritius has started receiving guest from various parts of the world who are interested in mainly attending its religious celebrations and this kind of tourism attraction will be promoted through the introduction of new attractions and strategies so that the Mauritius can get the best out of the spiritual heritages.
Just like Seychelles, when you check out Mauritius’ calendar of events for the year it is in state of balance and stillness in regards to the religious and other ethical public celebrations. There are websites and printed documents with all the information that the guests may need to know about these celebrations so that they can have a clue of what to see once they get to the Island so that they can enjoy their trip. There will be a competition next month between the citizens exhibiting their potentials in tourism which will all be according to the code of ethics and hence a way of attracting the attention and support of the local people so that in the due course the government does not cause pain and suffering to its citizens by inconveniencing them in the name of spiritual importance especially incase the number places chosen as places of increases to about 400 places on the Island.

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