April 30, 2020

Boeing 737 MAX to Reportedly Remain Grounded Through August

A new report claims the controversial Boeing 737 MAX fleet will remain grounded until at least August.
April 30, 2020

Te Kaongora Newsletter: Tourism Authority of Kiribati (April Issue)

We are happy to share with you the April issue of Te Kaongora Newsletter. 
April 30, 2020

150,000 Fijians affected by COVID-19

Around 40,000 people have been directly affected by the impact COVID-19 on tourism, while its broader flow-on effect spreads to over 150,000 Fijians.
April 30, 2020

Air Vanuatu Resumes Services to Malekula

Air Vanuatu has resumed services to and from Malekula, commencing this Friday, 01 May 2020.
April 30, 2020

Cook Islands relaxes Covid-19 restrictions

The Cook Islands government has lifted its ban on large gatherings and eased alcohol restrictions.
April 29, 2020

Manta Rays Focus of Annual Photo School and Competition on Remote Island of Yap

Colonia, Yap. Hey! You there sitting in your wet suit and fins in that bathtub filled with warm water! Daydreaming about getting back in the swim and going diving when the world opens for business again?
April 29, 2020

Travel and COVID-19: Call to bring Pacific nations inside ‘trans-Tasman bubble’

The proposed "trans-Tasman travel bubble" should be extended to tourism-dependent Pacific island nations as a means of strengthening Australia's strategic influence in the region at a time when China is asserting its own economic and diplomatic presence there, experts say.
April 29, 2020

First Virtual Tourism Digital Workshop for Kiribati

The Tourism Authority of Kiribati (TAK) in partnership with the Pacific Trade and Invest (PTI) Australia and World Hotel Link (WHL) hosted the country’s first ever Virtual Digital Tourism Workshop on the 28 April 2020. 
April 29, 2020

Let’s Say Fakaalofa Lahi Atu Again Soon

The Covid-19 pandemic has seen a rapid succession of international borders close, airlines grounded and populations on lockdown across the world.
April 29, 2020

Bringing a Little Paradise to you – Sounds of Pacific Resort

Cook Islanders are some of the finest musicians in the world, we are celebrated drummers, guitarists and ukulele players, who have an unwavering passion for Polynesian style music.
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