As part of the Kiribati National Tourism Office yearly program, the TBIS and WFS for Kiritimati island was officially announced and scheduled for 3days from the 14th to 18th of February 2019 but end of the program was lasted for 5 days due to some reschedule request received from our operators.
We are pleased to announce that the VSS for the year 2019 commenced on Wednesday 9th of January 2019 to all departing visitors to Fiji and Hawaii, and this will be carried on until the last flight on December 2019.
A two-week long training in Tourism & Hospitality on Professional Training, Itinerary Planning & Costing, Fire Fighting, Table Manners and Table Set Up, was held from the 14th to the 24th of January...
The long-anticipated arrival of MS Bremen cruise came to an end on the 1st November 2018 when Bikati Island (pronounced Big Arse) on Butaritari Atoll witnessed and experienced their very first cruise ship reception. The islanders were very curious at the same time excited to see the cruise ship and the 131 visitors landing on their shore.
Thank you for giving the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat this opportunity.
Climate change is the single greatest threat faced by our region. Our countries have identified adaptation and mitigation priorities, but our efforts can be further strengthened with enhanced access to international climate finance.
The South Pacific Tourism Organisation has awarded Office Assistant, Esther Morrel its ‘Staff of the Year’ award recognizing her outstanding contribution and service throughout 2018 to the organisation.
The South Pacific Tourism Organisation and the East-West Center’s Pacific Islands Development Program (PIDP) have signed an MoU yesterday establishing partnership towards the empowerment of the Pacific people through the delivery of training and capacity building initiatives.