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Solomon Islands Exhibited In Berlin

SOLOMON Islands joined more than 180 countries from five continents in Berlin last week for a three-day showcasing on the country’s tourist destination. Ms Helen Aumae from Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau represented Solomon Islands in the world leading Travel Trade Show called ITB Berlin. At the ITB Berlin event, Ms Aumae exhibited Solomon Islands by ... read more

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Gizo Welcomes Crystal Serenity

American & Europe get a glimpse of Solomon Islands Americans, Germans and other European nationals, and Caribbean tourists set foot in Honiara for the first time when cruise liner Crystal Serenity docked at Pt Cruz on Friday  morning. Yesterday’s heavy downpour did not dampen the visitors’ spirits as they explored the sites around Honiara and scouted ... read more

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Solomon Islands Webinar Update For Agents

Register for the latest Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau update webinar being held on Tuesday, 6 March 2018, to learn more about the burgeoning destination and how to sell it effectively to clients. The webinar will run for approximately 20 minutes and includes a Q&A session. DATE: Tuesday 6 March 2018 TIME: 8.30am AEDT/10.30am NZDT REGISTER HERE For more information ... read more

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Japanese Friends Experience Solomon Islands Culture

Honiara city was flocked yesterday with friends from Japan on board the Ocean Dream who were here on a mission to learn of the people and culture of Solomon Islands. They learnt a lot about Solomon Islands’ culture during their visits to the National museum, Art Gallery, National Parliament, WWII site at Bloody Ridge and ... read more

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SIVB Kicks Off 2018 With Major Thrust Into Key AU/NZ Markets

Hot on the heels of the Solomon Islands recording its best annual international visitation intake, the Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has kicked off 2018 with strong intent conducting a five-city ‘tourism mission’ in the key Australian and New Zealand markets. Spread across three weeks of non-stop activity, the national tourist office accompanied by Solomon ... read more

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