The Covid-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on millions of lives across the world. Countries have been in lockdown for months and travel and tourism have sadly experienced the hardest hit.
The future of global tourism and travel will definitely change and may never be the same again. Travel Companies across the world will need to innovate and adapt to what will most probably be: the new normal. Sustainable and Responsible tourism will most certainly be the new way to go. Mauritius is actively getting geared to welcome guests from all over the world and in this respect, the after Covid-19 protocols are being set by different stakeholders.
It is important to note that we, at Mautourco had well before the first case of Covid19 in Mauritius, equipped all our frontliners and our vehicles with masks and hand sanitisers. Believing strongly in innovation, we have been keeping at pace with the latest trends in terms of technology to enhance our guests’ experiences.
We are proud to be amongst the first DMC’ s in Mauritius to have embarked on a Sustainability program: The Sus Island project. Besides various sustainable actions implemented in our everyday life at the office and for our staff members, we have also designed new authentic experiences for the attention of our guests, with an emphasis on our local products and our rich culture while collaborating with suppliers who have also embraced the sustainable journey. All these measures will most certainly encourage our guests to #TravelTomorrow to discover or rediscover Mauritius.
Mautourco is of course, looking forward to welcoming our first guests and enrich them with the beauty and uniqueness of our Sus Island.
Let us remember the words of Marc Twain:
‘Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover’
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