Being acknowledged as the best in the whole of the ocean is no small achievement, which explains why the team at Blue Safari Seychelles are currently in a celebratory mood. The conservation-focused steward of four of the most pristine atolls in the Outer Islands has picked up the award for ‘Best Island Destination 2023 – Indian Ocean’ at the African Excellence Awards.
Celebrations are underway at Blue Safari Seychelles! The experiential and sustainable tourism company is delighted to announce that Blue Safari Seychelles has been awarded the accolade of ‘Best Island Destination 2023 – Indian Ocean’ at the sixth annual African Excellence Awards 2023, hosted by MEA Markets.
These prestigious awards celebrate the growing influence of African businesses on the world stage by showcasing outstanding professionals, brands, and companies who have led the way in their respective industries across the past 12 months.
Located in the heart of the Outer Islands of Seychelles, Blue Safari Seychelles consists of the Alphonse, Bijoutier, and St François Islands as well as the Atolls of Astove, Farquhar, and Cosmoledo.
The multi-award-winning company has pioneered a new style of distinctive lodge, experiential travel, promoting environmental conservation, and providing outstanding customer service.
To determine the winners, MEA Markets’ judging panel and research team consider the nominees’ commitment, expertise, and innovation.
“We are delighted to be recognised at the African Excellence Awards 2023, and I am thrilled that the dedicated hard work the team here at Blue Safari Seychelles consistently displays is being celebrated in such a prestigious way.
Each of our atolls offers a one-of-a-kind adventure for guests to feel completely immersed in the magical land and seascape environment, and I cannot wait to welcome more guests to experience our slice of paradise”. Said Keith Rose-Innes, CEO of Blue Safari Seychelles.
About Blue Safari Seychelles
Blue Safari Seychelles recognises the magnificence of the environment and wildlife in the country and understands it has a responsibility to help protect and preserve it.
This responsibility runs parallel with its philosophy of sustainable travel with luxury accommodation, where guests can experience an unforgettable journey through the 115 islands with beautiful beaches and fascinating wildlife, which is still a pristine natural paradise.
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