The SPTO team helped raise awareness at the University of the South Pacific Open Day, amongst the many high school students and prospective students on the tourism development and marketing work that SPTO undertakes in Fiji and across its other 15 Pacific Island member countries.
The South Pacific Tourism Organization has shown their support for initiatives to develop the regional private sector by the Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO) and commended their effort in this regard following a recent Regional Capacity Building training session for PIPSO members in Nadi.
The feel good factor from one of the Pacific’s most tranquil locations, Tonga, just reached another level with the opening of Scenic Hotel Tonga’s new Amaia Luxury Spa and the arrival of resident beauty spa therapist, Nikcola McKenzie.
Under the title ‘Tourism and Future Energy: Unlocking low-carbon growth opportunities’, industry leaders and policy makers have convened in the Kazakh capital city of Astana to discuss the contribution of the tourism sector to reducing carbon emissions. The Conference is a joint initiative of Astana EXPO 2017 and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan.
Foodie travel has found its place over the past couple of years, but there is more growth to come, according to a small but diverse group of tourist offices and tour companies at The Auckland Food Show this week.
South Sea Cruises Fiji Ltd has announced new appointments to its global sales and customer service teams across its family of brands including South Sea Cruises, Blue Lagoon Cruises, Yasawa Islands Holidays, Awesome Adventures Fiji, Vinaka Fiji, and the newest venture, Malamala Beach Club, which is due to open in the coming weeks.