Tourists flocking to Seychelles despite shark attacks

The two recent horrific shark attacks has not had an effect on tourism in Seychelles. On the contrary August, when the two attacks  occurred,  saw a 32% in increase  in tourism numbers over the same period  last year. Eighteen thousand tourists visited Seychelles in August. This month shows almost a 40% increase in the average numbers of visitors to Seychelles in August over the last 5 years.  Despite scary stories in British tabloids Europe remains Seychelles’ leading tourism market.

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