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Travel and Tourism in Mauritius

Description:    Our Travel and Tourism in Mauritius report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of
                the market at a national level. It provides the latest market size data (2001-2006), allowing you to
                identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies and offers strategic analysis
                of key factors influencing the market – be they new legislative, technology or pricing issues.
                Background information on disposable income, annual leave and holiday taking habits is also
                included. Forecasts to 2011 illustrate how the market is set to change.

                Sector coverage: travel accommodation, transportation, car rental, travel retail and tourist
                attraction markets.

                Why buy this report?
                - Get a detailed picture of the travel and tourism industry;
                - Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change;
                - Understand the competitive environment and the market’s major players ;
                - Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop.

                With a network of over 600 analysts worldwide, we have the unique capability to develop reliable
                information resources to help drive informed strategic planning.

                Product coverage
                Airline capacity and utilisation; Arrivals by country of origin; Arrivals by mode of transport; Arrivals
                by purpose of visit; Car rental services by sector; Demand factors; Departures by destination;
                Departures by mode of transport; Departures by purpose of visit; Domestic tourism by destination;
                Domestic tourism by mode of transport; Tourism receipts and expenditure; Tourist attractions;
                Transportation; Travel accommodation; Travel retail services


                Extract from Executive Summary:

                Tourism Industry Growing

                Mauritius’ travel and tourism industry is in full expansion. Tourist arrivals numbered over 761,000
                in 2005 and this number is expected to grow in 2006.

                The increasing decline of the textile and sugar industries brought tourism to the forefront of the
                island’s economy. The government of Mauritius is engaged in an active policy of tourism
                development which aims to attract foreign capital through the availability of preferential tax
                treatments for potential investors and property buying through Integrated Resorts Schemes.

                However, while Mauritius wishes to attract more tourists, high-spending haut de gamme tourism is
                still favoured. Boutique luxury hotels, 4-5 star beach resorts and a multitude of golf courses, spas
                and beauty centres are still central to the government’s selective tourism policy.

                Travel Accommodation Adding Capacity

                Travel accommodation is dynamic and accounts for the majority of tourists’ spending. Five hotels
                opened in 2005 and five will be complete by the end of 2006. Occupancy rates were impressive in
                2005. With a significant increase in tourists expected in 2006, growth in occupancy rates will likely
                follow.

                There are a number of developments that will enhance travel accommodation’s capacity during the
                forecast period. Integrated Resort Schemes’ plans for the construction of four and five star hotels
                will increase capacity and the Indian group, Sagar Hotels, is currently building a hotel in Balaclava
                that is due to open in 2007.

                Overall travel accommodation is driven and encouraged by a government keen to develop and
            reinforce quality tourism.

            Competition Heats up in Air Transportation

            The government’s new air access policy is set to energise transportation. Coming into effect in
            2006, the new air access policy allows more international airlines to operate flights to and from
            Mauritius. This will affect Air Mauritius, the national air carrier, as it will lose its monopoly on
            certain lines. A new carrier is now operating alongside Air Mauritius on the Rodrigues lines and
            three new airlines plan to begin operations in the last quarter of 2006. These will serve European
            and Asian destinations, in particular France, the UK and India. Increased flights from South Africa
            are also expected.

            A Shopping Destination

            With the majority of tourists spending most of their money on hotel services, the government is
            hoping to improve Mauritius’s travel retail segment by making the island a shopping paradise. Plans
            to give Mauritius duty-free status by 2010 and the removal of duty on luxury items effective since
            July 2005, are set to increase tourism receipts in this category.



Contents:   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

            TOURISM INDUSTRY GROWING

            TRAVEL ACCOMMODATION ADDING CAPACITY

            COMPETITION HEATS UP IN AIR TRANSPORTATION

            A SHOPPING DESTINATION

            KEY TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS

            ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF TOURISM

            Outlook

            Impact

            GOVERNMENT TOURISM POLICY

            Outlook

            Impact

            INTEGRATED RESORT SCHEMES (IRS)

            Outlook

            Impact

            TRAVEL ACCOMMODATION

            TRENDS

            Hotel expansion

            Alternative accommodation

            TRANSPORTATION

            TRENDS

            Transportation infrastructure
Air Access Policy

TRAVEL RETAIL

TRENDS

Cruises

MARKET DATA

Table 1 Length of Trip: 2000-2005

Table 2 Arrivals by Country of Origin: 2000-2005

Table 3 Arrivals by Method of Transport: 2000-2005

Table 4 Arrivals by Purpose of Visit: 2000-2005

Table 5 Departures: 2000-2005

Table 6 Departures by Destination: 2000-2005

Table 7 Departures by Mode of Transport: 2000-2005

Table 8 Departures by Purpose of Visit: 2000-2005

Table 9 Domestic Trips by Mode of Transport: 2000-2005

Table 10 Incoming Tourist Receipts: 2000-2005

Table 11 Incoming Tourist Receipts % Growth: 2000-2005

Table 12 Outgoing Tourism Expenditure: 2000-2005

Table 13 Outgoing Tourism Expenditure % Growth: 2000-2005

Table 14 Domestic Tourist Expenditure: 2000-2005

Table 15 Forecast Arrivals by Country of Origin: 2005-2010

Table 16 Forecast Arrivals by Method of Transport: 2005-2010

Table 17 Forecast Departures: 2005-2010

Table 18 Forecast Departures by Destination: 2005-2010

Table 19 Forecast Departures by Mode of Transport: 2005-2010

Table 20 Forecast Incoming Tourist Receipts: 2005-2010

Table 21 Forecast Domestic Tourist Expenditure: 2005-2010

Table 22 Forecast Outgoing Tourism Expenditure: 2005-2010

SECTOR DATA

Table 23 Hotels: Units 2000-2005

Table 24 Regional Hotel Parameters 2005

Table 25 Travel Accommodation Sales by Sector: Value 2000-2005
Table 26 Travel Accommodation Internet Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2000-2005

Table 27 Hotel Internet Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2000-2005

Table 28 Hotel Company Rankings 2005

Table 29 Forecast Hotels: Units 2005-2010

Table 30 Forecast Travel Accommodation Sales by Sector: Value 2005-2010

Table 31 Forecast Travel Accommodation Internet Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2005-2010

Table 32 Forecast Hotel Internet Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2005-2010

Table 33 Transportation Sales by Sector: Value 2000-2005

Table 34 Airline Company Rankings 2005

Table 35 Transportation Internet Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2000-2005

Table 36 Air Travel Internet Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2000-2005

Table 37 Forecast Transportation Sales by Sector: Value 2005-2010

Table 38 Forecast Transportation Internet Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2005-2010

Table 39 Forecast Air Travel Internet Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2000-2005

Table 40 Car Rental Sales: Value 2000-2005

Table 41 Car Rental Company Rankings 2005

Table 42 Car Rental Internet Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2000-2005

Table 43 Forecast Car Rental Sales: Value 2005-2010

Table 44 Forecast Car Rental Internet Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2005-2010

Table 45 Travel Retail Outlets: Units 2000-2005

Table 46 Travel Retail Sales: 2000-2005

Table 47 Travel Retail Company Rankings 2005

Table 48 Forecast Travel Retail Outlets: Units 2005-2010

Table 49 Forecast Travel Retail Sales: 2005-2010

Table 50 Tourist Attractions: Value 2000-2005

Table 51 Forecast Tourist Attractions: Value 2005-2010

DEFINITIONS

TRAVEL AND TOURISM

DEMAND FACTORS

Length of Trip

TOURISM PARAMETERS

Arrivals
            Departures

            Outgoing tourism expenditure

            Domestic tourists

            Domestic trips

            Domestic tourist expenditure

            TRAVEL ACCOMMODATION

            Hotels

            Other travel accommodation

            Number of bed nights

            Occupancy rates

            Number of rooms and beds

            TRANSPORTATION

            Air

            Other transportation

            CAR RENTAL

            TRAVEL RETAIL

            TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

            INTERNET SALES



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