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It Is Official… Chalets D’ Anse Forbans Of The Seychelles Turns 21!!!

October 19, 2015 Tourist Boards No Comments Email Email

The Seychellois owned and family run Seychelles Self Catering Beach Chalets located on Mahe Island will celebrate 21 years of operation on the 20th October 2015.http://join.travelmanagers.com.au/

 The Chalets opened their doors on the 20th October 1994 and since this humble date of operation has seen great success both with further expansion as well as higher occupancy levels. They are pioneers in their field and have weathered global recessions throughout the past 21 years.

 Chalets d’ Anse Forbans are not only active in the tourism field but they are known as leaders in the fight for conservation in the Seychelles. They actively support their local community and local businesses.

 Employing 100% Seychellois staff they have enjoyed expansions and recently a major renovation resulting in a new fresh look that clients are delighted with. Chalets d’ Anse Forbans is very fortunate to enjoy a large repeat clientele that return each year, some for as long as the past 20 years! They definitely seem to be able to deliver a true Seychelles Experience to all their guests.

 Their business success is well demonstrated with their past rewards such as Tripadvisors’ Certificates of Excellence in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 as well as their excellent scoring on Booking.com and Tripadvisor for their reviews.

 The management consists of Ms Daphne Jumeau- Managing Director and sole owner, Mr Jean- Pierre Laporte- Operations Manager, Mrs Brigitte Haworth- Office Manager and Mrs Lisa Laporte Booyse – Marketing Manager. This is a remarkable and unique Seychellois family business with Mother, son and daughters teaming up together.

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