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First Kokoda Trekkers For 2018 Welcomed

Papua New Guinea’s famed Kokoda Track has welcomed its first trekkers of the season, kick-starting what is expected to be a strong year for the country’s most popular travel experience – 3,561 people took on the challenge in 2017, up 40 per cent on the previous year. “2018 is shaping up to be a big year with ... read more

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Geo-Tourism Concept Eyed For Trial In Three Provinces

Geo-Tourism will be a new tourism product that will be tried out in three provinces, according to the Mineral Resources Authority (MRA) The authority has begun discussions with the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority (TPA) on this new concept. The concept capitalises on Papua New Guinea’s tropical and natural geographical landscapes such as rocks, caves and ... read more

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Tourism Workshop Aims To Improve Business

A three day training on sustainable development and sustainable tourism goals is underway in Port Moresby. This training is facilitated by the PNG Tourism Industry Association (PNGTIA) in partnership with the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority in association with Pacific Asia tourism and global tourism council. This training is aimed at introducing sustainable development and sustainable ... read more

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