Marc Volcere, the elected Member of the National Assembly (MNA) for Grand Anse Praslin, Norman Francois the District Administrator (DA) for Grand Anse Praslin, Anne Lafortune, the PS for Tourism, Sherin Naiken, the CEO of the Tourism Board and Shirley Joubert from the Praslin Office of Department of the Environment. The aim of the meeting on site at Praslin was to discuss for a more suitable and permanent access to Anse Georgette without having to cross the Lemuria Golf Course as this remains aspen to an accident to happen as golfers playing are not always aware that people are using course to also access a beach.
This is the second back-to-back meeting between Minister St.Ange and the Lemuria Resort’s Management and follows the meeting held but a week before at the ESPACE Offices of the Ministry of Tourism and Culture when the Minister met with Jean Weeling-Lee, a Director of the Resort’s Company and Bruno LeGac , the General Manager of Lemuria Resort.
“Many Praslin Hoteliers, large and small see access to Anse Georgette as being a real challenge for their guests. We need to find a long term solution to the problem which is why we are sitting with all concerned to discuss the matter” satin Minister St.Ange before adding that the Department of the Environment and the Resort will now be working together to explore possible access routes before the next meeting is called in the coming weeks. Minister St.Ange also said that Anse Georgette remains one of the natural assets of Praslin and as such needed to be accessible to visitors and Seychellois alike.