Golden Mustache: The hilarious interview!
After shooting their latest short film on Reunion Island, the Golden Moustache team is now perched at the edge of a swimming pool, enjoying a well-deserved rest under the sun of the southern hemisphere. The Golden Mustache team granted Reunion Island Tourism (IRT) an (almost) exclusive interview, aimed to find out the whys and whereabouts of the venture. Julien Josselin, co-author and actor; Vincent Valentine, co-writer and actor; Adrien Menielle, co-writer and actor; and Flober, actor, accompanied by Stephan Carlod, the clip’s director and cinematographer, were all asked about their Reunion Island adventure in search of the treasures of the infamous pirate, La Buse.
The “Golden Moustache team” of parodists returns to the big and small screen with a new Reunion Island-based film
The “Golden Moustache”, seeking out the treasure of La Buse - that surely will be a story to watch considering their past antics in their short long feature of Fantome de Merde produced already over a year ago and having since kept their fan community waiting for a new adventure.
Reunion Island: Experiences ecotourism enthusiasts dream about
Reunion Island’s French tour operator, Exotismes, just designed an offering dedicated to those passionate about ecotourism. Travelers will be able to meet humpback whales in the Indian Ocean thanks to a new tourism product. The program includes a stay in a high-end hotel and boat trips that will take tourists out to observe these huge mammals in their natural environment.
Reunion Island’s domestic tourism promotion “Alon Bat Kare” returns this weekend
Another domestic tourism promotion will get underway this weekend when the people of Reunion Island will be able to sample the wide range of tourism attractions and products at significant rebates, including voucher packages rolling several activities into one.
Reunion Island’s cuisine makes it to French national television
There is a saying that love goes through the stomach and that is particularly true for lovers of Reunion Island as a destination, who were able to sample the fine Creole cuisine of the island. Babette de Rozieres, a renowned television celebrity chef, recently came to the island to produce four cooking programs which will be screened over four Sundays across France on Channel O.
Twenty travel agents have a chance to strike gold with Reunion Island trip
French tour operator, Exotismes, in their annual competition in which over 500 travel agents participated, gave the 20 winners a double surprise this year. To start with, the winners were only told when they arrived at the airport in Paris CDG where their journey would take them. The destination alone was a big surprise as it comprised a week on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, followed by another week on the neighboring Vanilla Island of Mauritius. The agents were flown from Paris to their two destinations by Reunion Island’s home airline, Air Austral, and plenty of action awaited them during their stay on the islands.
Reunion Island targets France work councils at Gamexpo
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the creation of the French “Comités d'Entreprise” (CE), Reunion Island Tourism (IRT) attended “Gamexpo” in Puy du Fou to engage with over 300 CE representatives and promote events and conferences on the island. The decision to attend was made easier by the success of having exhibited at the 2014 ELUCEO event where IRT had joined hands with tour operator Prometour to hard sell the island.
Healthy holidays - Reunion Island style
The exhibition “Velo City” in the French city of Nantes is one event Reunion Island Tourism (IRT) is sure to attend. The main aim of the trade show is to promote cycling in cities across France, across the rural areas of the French mainland, and also to cycle across the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, where hundreds of kilometers of trails wait for the outdoor adventurers on their mountain bikes.
Training local tourism personnel key to competence and success
Most of the time it is foreign travel agents who come to Reunion Island to familiarize themselves with the island’s many attractions and discover the culture, cuisine, and biodiversity for which Reunion Island is now known the world over. This time, however, it was 18 local tourism operators brought together by Reunion Island Tourism (IRT) who were taken across the island to learn more about the many tourism offerings, accommodation types, hikes, and other adventure options, all aimed to give them greater product competence and become better ambassadors when dealing with tourists.