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PM O’Neill Touched By Welcome Ceremonies

Papua New Guinea’s Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill, has welcomed tradi­tional iTaukei ceremonies performed on his first official visit to Fiji. Mr O’Neill, who touched down at Nausori International Airport yesterday afternoon, said he was really touched by the ceremo­nies which showed Fiji’s rich culture and traditions. The PNG PM met his Fijian counterpart Voreqe Bainimarama ... read more

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SPTO delivers training to Tuvalu Tourism industry

The South Pacific Tourism Organisation together with the Tuvalu Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade, Tourism, Environment and Labour, facilitated two capacity building trainings for Tuvalu’s Tourism sector from the 31st May- 11th June. This training was conducted in preparation for the 8th Polynesian Leader’s meeting that was held in Tuvalu last week from the 26th-29th ... read more

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Fiji Cruise Sale Extended

Captain Cook Cruises Fiji has extended its ‘Friend & Family Fare 50% Off Sail’ until 31 July 2018 with unlimited validity on travel, available on most three, four, seven and eleven-night cruises with every second person cruising for half price and solo travellers receiving a 25% discount. All cruises are aboard the 130-passenger, fully accommodated and newly ... read more

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Colourful Feedback Causes Cruise Ships To Return To Fiji

The steady increase in cruise ship calls into Fiji ports this year is due to the support of tourism stakeholders and Government departments, says Kenua Shipping Fiji manager Leone Naivalu. Mr Naivalu made the comment following the arrival in Suva and Denarau last weekend of Pacific Aria. “We have had 24 cruise ships under our ... read more

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Tourism Survey In Cook Islands

Research and Development Director at the New Zealand Tourism Research Institute Professor Simon Milne announced a survey to take into account community involvement in tourism. He said it is a good thing to know the impacts of tourism on the local population especially in the Cook Islands where during peak time tourists outnumber locals almost ... read more

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