papua new guinea tourism

March 19, 2018

First Kokoda Trekkers For 2018 Welcomed

Papua New Guinea’s famed Kokoda Track has welcomed its first trekkers of the season, kick-starting what is expected to be a strong year for the country’s most popular travel experience – 3,561 people took on the challenge in 2017, up 40 per cent on the previous year.
February 16, 2018

Geo-Tourism Concept Eyed For Trial In Three Provinces

Geo-Tourism will be a new tourism product that will be tried out in three provinces, according to the Mineral Resources Authority (MRA)
February 5, 2018

PNG’s Milne Bay Eyeing Long-Stay Tourists Who Spend More Money

The Milne Bay Tourism Bureau in Papua New Guinea will focus on developments which will target long-stay tourists, manager Sioni Sioni says.
January 17, 2018

PNG’s Milne Bay Eyeing Long-Stay Tourists Who Spend More Money

The Milne Bay Tourism Bureau in Papua New Guinea will focus on developments which will target long-stay tourists, manager Sioni Sioni says.
January 8, 2018

PNG Mountain A Challenge For Trekkers As They Tackle Undocumented Wilderness

An Australian tour company has completed the first traverse of Papua New Guinea's second-highest mountain, in the hope of opening a new tourism experience in the rugged Highlands region. The Chief Executive of the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority, Jerry Agus, hopes trips like this will boost PNG's small tourism sector.
January 8, 2018

World Bank Gives Papua New Guinea’s East New Britain K65 Million For Tourism

EAST New Britain (ENB) Chamber of Commerce and Industry president David Stein is confident that $US20 million (K65 million) given by World Bank for tourism will be properly administered.
December 28, 2017

Papua New Guinea Has The Potential To Gain From India’s Growing Tourism Market

Papua New Guinea has the potential to gain from India’s growing tourism market of 22 million people, says Minister Richard Maru.
December 8, 2017

Getting The Industry Ready For Chinese Tourists

Air Niugini in partnership with PNG Tourism Promotion Authority organized a “ China Ready” workshop in Port Moresby on November 15th to train those in the tourism sector and to ensure that they are accredited and ready to take on Chinese tourists next year once Air Niugini commences direct flights to Shanghai.
November 27, 2017

Tourists’ Visit Challenges Morobe Province And District To Do More

A visit by 60 tourists to Finschhafen in Morobe on has posed a huge challenge for the district and province to do more to encourage visitors. […]
November 23, 2017

Air Niugini Workshop Equips Stakeholders

Getting China ready was the key yesterday when Air Niugini hosted a China Ready workshop with key stakeholders from the tourism and hospitality sector. Participants were […]
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