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The development of more sustainability-focused tourism offerings in Pacific nations is amongst the options being considered by the government in its International Climate Finance Strategy.
More than 47,000 people travelled to Fiji in May 2022, including 10,000 New Zealanders.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade is seeking a new technical advisor for Covid-19 communications and destination marketing to support Tourism Solomon Islands.
Jetstar is offering fares to Rarotonga from $149 one way as it prepares to resume direct flights from Auckland on 2 June.
Victoria University of Wellington is hosting a webinar with the Asian Development Bank in Manila about the future of tourism in the Pacific.
Tourism in the Cook Islands accounts for 67% of GDP there, meaning that the entire economy rather than just one sector would likely feel the effects of the travel bubble.
The tool allowed virtual planners to navigate their way around popular islands such as Rarotonga and Aitutaki from a computer, tablet or mobile device.
The Pacific Islands Forum Economic Ministers Meeting began yesterday with a focus on the major economic and social impacts of Covid-19 on the Pacific region.
Jacinda Ardern says the Govt is close to reaching agreement on an air corridor to the islands.
The New Zealand Fiji Business Council is urging the Government to review its stance that travel between New Zealand and the Pacific Island will not be considered until after the trans-Tasman bubble is in place.
Visitor arrivals to the South Pacific region hit 3.16 million last year contributing circa US$3.8 billion or 11.1% to the region’s GDP, according to the South Pacific Tourism Organisation.
The South Pacific’s newest conferencing destination, Niue, has received a high-level opening this week with the opening of the Matavai Conference Centre Niue.