The Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority presents itself to the travel industry of Germany and Spain (TCMG) Munich, January. In March 2020, Papua New Guinea will be introduced to the German and Spanish speaking markets. The Roadshow will take place from 05th March until 10th March with stops in Berlin (05th March), Cologne (9th March) and Madrid (10th March).
“A Million Different Journeys“, which is the slogan of the destination and expresses the richness of the country and how diverse a trip to Papua New Guinea can be. The tourism products from PNG who participate in the roadshow totally resonate with this brand: Air Niugini, Country Tours, Destinations South Pacific, Melanesian Tourist Services, No Limit Adventures, Paiya Tours, Papua New Guinea Tribal Lands, PNG Explorers International and Trans Niugini Tours.
The event in Berlin will take place during The World’s Leading Travel Trade Show (ITB) and focuses on product managers of wholesalers from across Europe that are specialized in trips off the beaten track to niche and exotic destinations. During a three-course dinner, they can refresh their knowledge of the destination and get to know new products and operators from Papua New Guinea.
In Cologne and Madrid, travel agents as well as wholesalers are invited to a workshop with the Tourism Promotion Authority and the products from PNG. Like in Berlin, the agents can get informed during short presentations in a rotating format. A flying buffet will be served in a break between the workshops.
The start of the event is at 8pm in Berlin, in Cologne at 6.30pm and in Madrid at 7pm. As space is limited in each location, the participants will be chosen in the order of registration.
The participants of the workshops can win a famil trip to Papua New Guinea. In each city, one spot on the famil will be given away.
More detailed information about the venues and the registration for each evening event in the different cities can be found here:
Papua New Guinea:
Papua New Guinea is one of the last remote places on the planet and is also home of the biggest intact rainforest outside of the amazon. Most parts of the country are still so untouched, that visitors feel like explorers who discover the country for the first time. The beauty of the landscape – untouched reefs and beaches, volcanoes, up to 4500 meter high mountains, tropical rainforests and wild rivers get complemented by the huge diversity of cultures of the locals. The very old traditions are still part of the everyday life. Colourful body decorations, artefacts as well as wild dances to the sound of the drums can be experienced when visiting one of the many culture festivals that happen throughout the year, for example at Goroka or Mt Hagen Show. www.papuanewguinea.travel/