The goal is to sell the destination Mauritius in other segments than the super luxury.
The Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) to take a stand and TO and representatives of small and medium hotels were able to demonstrate the range of services they offer in the receptive and accommodation at a breakfast meeting which, according to Ajay Jhurry, president of the Association of Tour Operators (ATO), was a success.
"This is the first time small operators were able to discover international tourism stakeholders what we offer in terms of services, particularly segments that had not been sold so far as it should. Despite the economic crisis, foreign travel, but they are looking for cheaper segments while waiting for a value and we offer what they want," he said.
The president of the ATO their presence in London is meaningful to them, to the extent that the government will thoroughly review the operation of the MTPA, which should work for all segments, while keeping Mauritius as a destination of choice.
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