Mauritius launched the brand new Mauritius Now marketing campaign
On October 27th, the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) announced the start of the Mauritius Now campaign to promote tourism in Mauritius.
It is the creation, elaboration and implementation, thanks to the public-private collaboration that announces the campaign to restore the image of Mauritius as the main post-coronavirus tourist destination, and the island is now open to international tourists, where the government has agreed to gradually allow tourists.
If you are up on the news, Mauritius has been hit by the serious Japanese oil spill. And the island is now promoting tourism in various markets and restoring its image and facts after this serious incident.
The Mauritius Now campaign will maintain the idea of “Seeing is Believing”, where the campaign uses engaging images to remind the world that the islands remain a popular tourist destination, with pristine lagoons, lush green vegetation and welcoming residents.
A special Mauritius Now campaign, now live, will showcase content through live videos, e-newsletters, blogs and much more through their social media platform. The website also shows live videos captured by webcams installed in strategic locations on the island, showing live feeds from the island’s beaches and lagoons in real time.
Also, the website features exciting and breathtaking drone images shot over different parts of the island that help recreate the fact that Mauritius is one of the hottest and trendiest places to visit for tourists.
A series of videos show Mauritians doing their daily activities, showing that our island is a safe, lively destination. The website also contains a number of reports and projects that are being carried out to clean up the southeastern part of the island.
You can visit the website www.mauritiusnow.com and explore the website where you can observe the beautiful islands in real time.
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