For Reunion Island, India ranks among top among all 10 other countries in visitor arrivals in during the first quarter of 2017 in the country. It had registered a substantial growth of 175.5% from the Indian market in the first quarter of 2017 as compared to the same period last year, according to the official statistics shared by Airport Roland Garros, Reunion Island. But, the that jut the tip of the ice berg.
“India is a promising market and there is a huge opportunity for Reunion Island to tap this burgeoning market. Also the cultural similarities between the two countries makes Reunion Island, a perfect choice for the Indian travellers. We will also be introducing new marketing strategies and few innovative campaigns, exclusively for India market that will further strengthen India and Reunion Island travel, relationships” shared William Techer – Head of Promotion & Marketing India, Reunion Island Tourism Board.
Indian Outbound enthusiast will continue to get the Ultimate Experience on Reunion Island with Reunion Island Tourism Board reniewing Representation World LLP as its official India representative, consecutively for 4th year in a row.
“We are extremely happy to announce Representation World LLP as our official India representative. Under their focused aegis, we have delivered various successful campaigns in the past and tourist arrivals from India to the destination has increased to multiple folds. We are very happy to associate with them and look forward for an- other encouraging inning with them.
Representation World have started the activities from June 2018 and will take over all the India market activities from immediate effect.
Talking about the announcement, Vineet Gopal Director India, Reunion Island Tourism Board shared, “We are extremely happy and feel proud to be appointed as India representative for the Reunion Island Tourism Board. This beautiful country has a lot to offer to Indian travellers and there is lot to be explored and experience there. We will ensure that we keep up doing good work and will deliver as per the expecta- tion of the tourism board”.