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TEWAKA compensates for fleet emissions

TEWAKA, an award-winning 100% Fijian-owned and operated tourism transport and destination management services company launched their Carbon Footprint Offset activity with the support of the Ministry of Forestry by planting 800 mangrove seedlings at the Natabua foreshore in Lautoka, today. Managing Director, James Sowane stated that offsetting the company’s carbon footprint from its fleet emissions ... read more

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Inaugural Pacific Sustainable Tourism Leadership Summit to Shape Tourism Recovery Post Pandemic

The Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) will convene the inaugural Pacific Sustainable Tourism Leadership Summit (PSTLS) on Wednesday 2nd November in the Cook Islands. Conceptualized by former Chairman Mr. Halatoa Fua, the PSTLS will support the transformational change of SPTO in key areas, as highlighted in the SPTO Strategic Plan 2020-2024. Moreover, it is envisaged that ... read more

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The Islands of Tahiti, New Caledonia And Papua New Guinea Lift All COVID-19 Travel Restrictions

New Caledonia, The Islands of Tahiti, and Papua New Guinea are the first Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) member countries alongside 71 countries in the world that have lifted their COVID-19 travel restrictions and have reopened to international travel and tourism. These three Pacific Island nations join Australia from the Oceania region to have no COVID-19 ... read more

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The Pearl Resort & Spa Appoints New Executive Chef

The Pearl Resort & Spa welcomes Executive Chef Vincenzo Maione. Born in Maddaloni, a small town in Campania, and raised in Napoli, Italy, he was inspired by his family’s love for cooking. Vincenzo’s passion for food started at an early age through traditional family celebrations and long Italian feasts. His interest and desire for improvement ... read more

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International Tourism Trends Provide Promising Outlook for Pacific Tourism

The Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) has welcomed data released by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) indicating a steady recovery of international tourism for the first five months of 2022. According to the UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, almost 250 million international arrivals were recorded from January – May this year. This compares to 77 ... read more

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