Thursday, 28 October 2021 23:09

UNESCO Geoparks in Pacific?

Moves are afoot to have four UNESCO Geoparks established in the Pacific, a development expected to boost tourism in a sustainable way while focusing on not only geology but also culture.

It is possible that these and others may form a ‘Geopark trail’ around the Pacific.

At a South Pacific Tourism Office (supported by the South Pacific Community, SPC) webinar this week, it was noted that a number of steps needed to be taken at all sites (some more than others) before a submission could be made to UNESCO.

Published in Pacific Islands
Friday, 01 May 2020 03:31

Time for return of Coral route?

A well known Kiwi representative for Pacifc Island destinations and products has called for innovative ideas to boost travel in the region when it is safe to do so.

Susan Williams, of Hogan and Associates, says one such idea borrows from the past, but generated plenty of interest when she mentioned it on Facebook over the weekend.

Published in Pacific Islands
Monday, 10 February 2020 22:49

Skippered sailing co

A sailing holiday specialist who operates particularly in the Greek Islands, but also in Croatia and the Pacific, says his offerings are ideal for brokers and agents with ‘boomer’ clients who may be slowing down but still want an active and different experience.

Published in Cruising Updates
Tuesday, 21 May 2019 02:47

Premium Pacific for high end clients

Turama Pacific Travel Group has launched a Premium Collection, highlighting high end product and new exclusive travel experiences.
Robert Skews, managing director, says the collection reintroduces The Coral Route Experience for modern day travellers, utilising Air Rarotonga’s Pacific private jet.

Published in Pacific Islands

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