The Madagascar National Tourism Board has just published its new Sales Guide online in seven languages (French, English, Spanish, Italian, German, Chinese and Japanese). It allows you to discover all the attractions of the destination and suggests ideas for holidays based on the wants and needs of future visitors to ‘La Grande Île’ (The Great Island).
Madagascar à la carte
Innovations have been introduced in this new version, with ideas for a circuit around the four corners of Madagascar, ranging from 5 days/ 4 nights to 14 days/ 13 nights, which can be extended, depending on clients’ needs.
Discover this destination through promotional themes: nature, the coast, sports activities, cultural heritage, sustainable tourism offers and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Finally, the second half of the guide offers a detailed showcase of the National Parks managed by Madagascar National Parks (MNP). MNP ensures the rational and sustainable management and conservation of Madagascar’s network of national parks and reserves. This conservation mission proposes an environmental education, the promotion of ecotourism and science and the fair sharing of benefits created by protected zones with the local population.
The Madagascar National Tourism Board offers a range of free resources, which will be regularly improved and updated.
The different versions of the e-book may be viewed at the following addresses:
These sales guides are free online brochures, as well as work tools for professionals in the tourism industry, intended to support them in their approach to the destination. It makes it easier to work in combination with Madagascar and one of its sister islands in the Vanilla Islands such as La Réunion, Mauritius or the Seychelles. A package could combine activities in Madagascar (trekking and sport) and the comfort of Mauritius (beaches and shopping) for example…
About the Vanilla Islands
The Vanilla Islands are a promotional grouping of the Indian Ocean islands of Comoros, Madagascar, Maldives, Mauritius, Mayotte, Seychelles and Reunion Island.
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