Promote Malagasy tourism by a golf tournament in Ile-de-France

A thousand and one ways are developed to promote Malagasy tourism. Among others, we chose golf, this sporting discipline practiced by a number of french. Since May 14th, the first golf trophy has been held in Crécy-la-Chapelle in Ile-de-France. The theme of the event: Madagascar, Treasure Island.

A successful golf shot

A new alternative has been used to attract more French tourists to Madagascar : golf. Organized by the association Parcours Gourmands and the Ministry of Tourism, the first Golf Trophy of Madagascar is a success. The Minister of Tourism was present at the opening of the first day of the tournament on May 14 in Crécy-la-Chapelle. Great was his astonishment since the participants were many. In total, we recorded more than 70 golfers including two Malagasy persons.

The tournaments will be held for 10 days until December 2017. According to the organizers, the final will be held on Malagasy soil. At each tournament, winners will win airfare round-trip Paris-Tana-Paris, provided by the airline Corsair, main partner of the event.

Malagasy flavor to the appointment

In parallel to the golf tournament, golfers and guests are invited to a theme night honoring the Malagasy culinary flavor. This festivity is also promising to make known the treasures of Madagascar including its culinary richness. Among professionals in the sector offered Malagasy products to guests, there are big names in the French chocolate using cocoa from Madagascar. There are also Malagasy professionals like the Dzama group with its liquor, artisans with their handicrafts artisans and specialists in Malagasy spices.

Come to Madagascar and make known the positive points of the island

By organizing this Golf de Madagascar trophy on French soil, it is easier to target French tourists. The goal is to improve the image of the big island and to show the tourist potential of the island. At the end of this event, the organizers and the Ministry of Tourism are hoping for an increase in the number of tourists attracted by Madagascar. In addition to tourists, they also expect the arrival of journalists, tour operators, restaurant owners and hospitality professionals.