May 22, 2019

SPTO releases 2019-2024 Pacific Tourism Forecast

SPTO has released its inaugural Pacific Tourism Forecast for 2019-2024. The forecast has noted a two percent growth of international visitor arrivals into 18 countries in the Pacific in 2018.
May 17, 2019

2019 South Pacific Tourism Exchange hailed a success

The South Pacific Tourism Exchange held on May 9-10 in Auckland, New Zealand, was one of the best that the South Pacific Tourism Organisation has convened in recent years according to Chief Executive Officer, Chris Cocker.
May 9, 2019
2)	Tom Tamangmow (left), Yap Visitors Bureau, and Anderson Giles, Valor Tours, at Gael Village Stone Money Bank. Photo: Anderson Giles

Yap Newest Addition to WWII Tours of Micronesia

For more than ten years, the Yap Visitors Bureau has been working closely with Patrick Ranfranz, founder of the Missing Crew Project, and villages throughout Yap to conserve important sites that are associated with World War II.
April 26, 2019
2018 Q4 Arrivals now available

2018 Q4 Arrivals now available

The Research and Statistics Division of SPTO published last week it’s Quarterly Review of Tourist Arrivals in Pacific Island Countries for the Fourth Quarter of 2018.
April 18, 2019

The Asia Pacific Exchange Center (APTEC) Request for Proposals: Synergies between Tourism Growth and Product Development

The Asia Pacific Exchange Center (APTEC), supporting body of the UNWTO Regional Support Office for Asia and the Pacific (RSOAP) is currently looking for an Expert to develop and implement a study that aims to provide knowledge, recommendations and case studies on synergies between tourism growth and tourism product development in Pacific Islands Countries.
April 11, 2019

South Pacific Tourism Exchange gets underway in Auckland

The 6th South Pacific Tourism Exchange gets underway in Auckland, New Zealand on May 9-10 and has attracted 66 international buyers from 14 countries and 94 sellers from 17 Pacific Island countries.
April 9, 2019

Yap Airport Project

Yap Public Works & Transportation and Yap Visitors Bureau will work together to remodel and extend the current lobby at the Yap International Airport that will include a canopy over the driveway to shelter the passenger pick up and drop off areas.
April 9, 2019
Two booth visitors, Ruud Van Baal, General Manager, Manta Ray Bay Resort,Jan Mok, Asia Pub-lic Relations Rep, at the Yap Visitors Bureau Booth in Hong Kong DRT Show.

Hong Kong’s divers and marine conservationists target of Yap’s tourism representatives

Colonia, Yap. Ruud Van Baal, General Manag-er of Manta Ray Bay Resort and Yap Divers, attended the Diving & Resort Travel Expo in Hong Kong recently where he joined the Yap Visitors Bureau’s booth with Jan Mok, public relations representative in Asia for the Yap Visitors Bureau.
April 9, 2019
Atilana Rambayon (Art Mergists friend who delivered the collections to the FSM Con-sulate Office-Guam) Teresa Filepin, FSM Consul General, at the FSM Consulate Office-Guam.

Yap Living History Museum receives donation of historical artifacts for new building

Art Mergist, a former Peace Corps Volun-teer and teacher in Yap during the 1970's, has donated his collection of historical artifacts including yearbooks from the school where he taught, paintings and a string of tradi-tional shell money to the Yap Living History Museum in Co-lonia.
February 19, 2019

Pacific Islands Tourism Professional Fellows Program-Fall 2019

The East-West Center’s Pacific Islands Development Program (PIDP) is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the Fall Cohort of the Pacific Islands […]
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