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Tourism Awards Proves Industry Growing in Outer Islands

The result of the Bred Bank Vanuatu Tourism Awards for excellence for 2017/2018 held last Saturday at the Convention Center in Port Vila is proof that tourism has improved in outer islands. Three tourism businesses each from Santo, Malekula and Tanna were amongst the winners during the event. The other awardees were all from Port ... read more

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Vanuatu Tourism Awards for Excellence around the corner

The Vanuatu Tourism Awards for Excellence program started in 2015 as a collaborative effort between the Vanuatu government and the tourism industry to relaunch the tourism awards. Members of peak tourism associations formed a secretariat, hosted by the Vanuatu Tourism Office, to manage and redesign the Awards process. The objective of the program is to ... read more

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Cruise Ship Tour Package Pilot a Success in Santo

The Santo Travel Centre (STC), in close partnership with the Department of Tourism and local industry, commenced the sale of their new cruise day tour packages in Luganville, Espiritu Santo on Friday, 1st of June. These packages, designed through a collaboration by both offices, offer cruise passengers a choice of 10 locally owned tours and activity ... read more

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Additional Flights to Australia, NZ and Santo Commence

Santo  welcomes its second weekly international flight thanks to Air Vanuatu’s leased Boeing 737. Additional flights announced in January will operate during peak seasons from now until January 2020. The additional aircraft will operate new services between Brisbane and Santo and Vila on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays from today. “Leasing this aircraft allows our own ... read more

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Vanuatu handicraft sector plan launched

In Vanuatu, a four-year Handicraft Sector Action Plan has been launched by the Department of Tourism Development. The Action Plan focuses on the increasing ‘made in Vanuatu ‘products to meet the demanding tourism market. It’s to be run in partnership with the Australian aid-funded Vanuatu Skills Partnership Programme, and the government of New Zealand, through ... read more

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