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Sustainable Tourism Capacity Building Opportunity Extended to SPTO Members and Staff

The Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) is pleased to be sponsoring ten participants from SPTO member countries to participate in a four-week Sustainable Tourism Training. Offered by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), the training offers practical insights and expert guidance to assist tourism destinations and businesses in implementing effective steps and achieving tangible performance goals. ... read more

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How The Cook Islands Reopened Their Borders

After nearly two years of border closure to international travel and tourism, the Cook Islands has reopened its air and sea travel to those who travel through New Zealand or Australia with two-way Quarantine Free Travel (QFT) requiring no quarantine or isolation at either end of the trip. Speaking at the Pacific Tourism Organisation’s Reopening ... read more

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Pacific Tourism Organisation Committed to Improved Resource Efficiency in the Tourism Sector

The Pacific Tourism Organisation’s Sustainable Tourism Manager, Ms. Christina Leala Gale, was a panelist in the closing session of the Water, WASH, and Climate Virtual Symposium on Thursday 23rd June. Hosted by the Water and WASH Futures team, the symposium brought together a range of stakeholders to discuss amongst other things, the importance of cross-sectoral ... read more

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Pacific Tourism Organisation Seeks to Strengthen Awareness and Stakeholder Collaboration

Through the development of an information portal under the New Zealand government-funded ‘Pacific Digital Tourism Transformation Project’ (NZMFAT Phase 2), the Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) intends to bolster interaction and collaboration with key stakeholders. The portal will centralize and better coordinate awareness on SPTO’s activities and plans, aligning to the SPTO Strategic Plan 2020 -2024. ... read more

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Pacific Tourism Organisation Highlights Pacific Tourism Waste Action Initiative at Plastics Workshop

Recognizing the serious implications of the plastics crisis on Pacific island countries, the Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) along with other regional organisations, civil societies, the private sector, and key stakeholders are participating in the UNDP Pacific’s (Fiji Office) Plastic Circularity Systemic Design Workshop. In acknowledging the initiatives carried out by SPTO in the area of ... read more

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