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One for chocolate lovers

Inbound tour operator, Travel Solomons has launched a half-day chocolate tour around Honiara. It visits a cocoa plantation, processing factory and stops at the chocolate shop for tasting. Chocolate is a growing boutique export for the Solomon Islands, and at around 70% cocoa content, it’s beginning to win global awards.   The post One for ... read more

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Switched on newcomer: Ginger Beach Retreat

Bernard Garo of Ginger Beach Retreat is one of a growing number of operators embracing Solomon Islands’ tourism potential. Recently sponsored to Fiji to expand his tourism knowledge, he’s focused on ecologically sound, integrated and community-based tourism. A member of the nation’s tourism board, he’s also behind the Tandai Tourism Association, a group of 35 ... read more

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“A major step in the right direction” Tourism Solomons welcomes introduction of Minimum Standards and Classification for Tourism Accommodation program

Tourism Solomons CEO, Josefa ‘Jo’ Tuamoto has applauded the Solomon Islands Ministry of Culture & Tourism’s (MCT) move to introduce a Minimum Standards and Classification for Tourism Accommodation program. Describing the move as “a major step in the right direction” for the destination’s tourism industry, CEO Tuamoto said the release of the program was timely ... read more

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Fiona Teama to manage Tourism Solomons Honiara-based Australian portfolio

Tourism Solomons senior marketing information officer, Fiona Teama has been appointed to supervise all aspects of the Australian marketing portfolio from the national tourist office’s Honiara headquarters. Ms Teama steps into the role previously held by the high profile and extremely popular Stella Lucas who tragically passed away last April. A Bachelor of Arts majoring ... read more

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Follow the rules on Skull Island

Visitors to Skull Island are advised to wait until the boatman sings his prayer before alighting the boat. Stories abound of those who have stepped ashore before respects have been paid – strange afflictions requiring the aid of village women with special healing powers. Don’t be put off though. Skull Island, as the name implies, ... read more

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