On 27th October, Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) has announced the launch of the Mauritius Now campaign aimed to promote tourism to Mauritius.
It is the inception, elaboration, and implementation which is due to public-private collaboration where the campaign is announced to restore the image of Mauritius as a prime destination for tourists in the wake of coronavirus and the island is now open to international tourists where the government has agreed to allow tourists in a phased manner.
If you are aware of the news, then Mauritius was affected by the Japanese Ship Oil Spill which was serious. And the Island is now promoting tourism in various markets and restore its image and facts after this serious incident.
Mauritius Now campaign will keep the idea of ‘Seeing is Believing’ where the campaign uses engaging visuals to remind the world that the islands remain a popular tourist location with pristine lagoons, lush green vegetation, and welcoming residents.
Via a dedicated Mauritius Now campaign which is now live will showcase contents via live videos, e-newsletters, blogs, and many more via their social media platform. Also, the site will showcase live videos captured from webcams that are installed at strategic locations on the Island which showcase live feed of beaches and lagoons of the island in its real-time.
Also, the site will feature exciting and stunning drone visuals which is shot over various parts of the island and helps to restore the fact that Mauritius is one of the hot and happening places for tourists to visit.
A series of videos portrays Mauritians in their daily activities showing that our island is a safe destination buzzing with life and also the site includes series of reports and projects that being undertaken to rehabilitate the southeastern part of the island.
You can check out the site www.mauritiusnow.com and explore the site witnessing the beautiful islands in its real-time.