Representation World LLP has been tasked to implement ongoing public relations and travel trade programmes to educate potential travellers on the destination’s unique attributes, thereby attracting a larger number of visitors to Reunion Island from India
The Reunion Island Tourism Board, has announced the appointment of Representation World LLP as its representative office in India. Representation World LLP has been tasked to implement ongoing public relations and travel trade programmes to educate potential travellers on the destination’s unique attributes, thereby attracting a larger number of visitors to Reunion Island from India.
The interest of Indian travellers to the French island is said to be increasing. “Reunion Island boasts a wealth of modern tourism facilities, from luxurious resort and spas to professional travel and transportation services to high-quality, well-managed attractions. With something for everyone, Reunion Island is an ideal destination choice. Reunion Island aims to receive more Indian tourists, with this partnership with Representation World,” said William Techer, head of marketing and promotion – India, Reunion Island Tourism Board.
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He added, “Reunion Island offers activities for all segment of the travellers be it paragliding, heli tours, casino, culture tour, lava caves, deep sea diving, coral tours, surfing, canyoning etc. It will surely be interest of Indian travellers; 42 per cent of the island is protected by UNESCO world heritage. The Mars surface resemblance will definitely attract Indian visitors.”
Vineet Gopal, director, Representation World LLP, added, “We are thrilled and honoured to represent the Reunion Tourism Board in India. The destination offerings will definitely attract Indian honeymooners, family, adventure tourists, etc. Also the 15 days short stay visa simplification for Indians who wish to travel to Reunion Island will also boost tourism from India to Reunion Island.”