Madagascar’s National Tourism Office celebrates 20 years of promoting island’s beauty

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The National Tourism Office of Madagascar (ONTM) commenced its grand celebration marking two decades of tireless efforts in promoting Madagascar as a premier international tourist destination. The ceremonious opening took place on Thursday, June 6, 2024, at the illustrious Havoria Anosy auditorium, resonating with the spirit of achievement and anticipation for the future.

The event was graced by esteemed dignitaries, including the Prime Minister and Head of Government, Christian Ntsay and the Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts, Joël Randriamandranto. Joining them was Ionjaniaina Ranaivoarimanana, the current Chairman of the Board of Directors (PCA) of the ONTM, symbolizing the unified commitment towards advancing Madagascar’s tourism sector.

Gathered at the ceremony were key stakeholders from the tourism industry, encompassing former ministers, PCAs and dedicated personnel, alongside esteemed personalities, all converging to commemorate this significant milestone in Madagascar’s tourism journey.

The festivities are slated to continue at the International Tourism Fair (ITM), culminating in a special evening on June 22 at the scenic Bois Vert Ivato. This extended celebration promises to be a testament to the ONTM’s unwavering dedication and its pivotal role in shaping Madagascar’s global tourism footprint.

For two decades, the ONTM has been at the forefront of showcasing Madagascar’s unparalleled natural beauty and cultural heritage to the world. As the anniversary celebrations unfold, they serve as a reminder of the ONTM’s enduring commitment and the pivotal role it continues to play in propelling Madagascar onto the global tourism stage. This anniversary not only marks a milestone but also serves as a testament to the resilience and vision driving Madagascar’s tourism industry forward.

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