Tourism Ministry Signs MOU with Malaita Province
Oct20

Tourism Ministry Signs MOU with Malaita Province

MINISTER of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) Hon. Bartholomew Parapolo and Premier of Malaita Province, Hon. Daniel Suidani signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a joint implementation of tourism projects and programs in Auki on Tuesday 20th October 2020. The MOU spells out the tourism projects and programs for the Ministry and the provincial government to collaborate on over the next five years. These include the Auki...

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Solomon Islands Ranked Second – Most Remote Location for a Quiet Vacation
Oct14

Solomon Islands Ranked Second – Most Remote Location for a Quiet Vacation

OFFICIAL-Canada-eta.com has ranked 169 countries, assigning each location a score out of 100 based on the number of tourist arrivals per year and the population density, to determine the most remote location for a quiet vacation. *The Solomon Islands comes in second with a total score of 91.4, followed by Vanuatu in third place with 87.5 *New Caledonia ranks as the most remote vacation destination, with a population of 284,060 –...

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Ear Savers for Masks Branded With Tourism Solomons Logo
Oct09

Ear Savers for Masks Branded With Tourism Solomons Logo

BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA SINCE wearing a mask has become a norm these days, there are also complications and discomfort for some that left them to find something comfortable that would not disturb their ears, like face towels and handkerchiefs. Because of this, Tourism Solomon has come up with a solution that would be much comfortable and help prevent the ear. According to Tourism Solomons, it is a novel way of keeping the...

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Artists Association Aims Domestic Market to Revive Business
Sep09

Artists Association Aims Domestic Market to Revive Business

BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA THE Artists Association Solomon Islands (AASI) looks to the domestic market as an alternative in keeping them afloat despite the pandemic. Speaking to Tourism Media Solomons AASI Vice President Fred Oge said carvers and artists are the ones that had felt the hard blows thumped by COVID-19 on the local economy. Given the fact that there has been restrictions in international flights and the zero arrivals of...

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PM Acknowledge Tourism Sector’s Progress Despite Pandemic
Sep03

PM Acknowledge Tourism Sector’s Progress Despite Pandemic

BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA DESPITE being one of the hardest-hit sectors in the country, the tourism sector slowly but surely is progressing. The fruitful meetings by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism with the Malaita and Central Provincial government recently, and with the two proposed Memorandum of Understandings (MOU) is evidence that the sector is showing signs of progress in this time of the pandemic. These MOUs will set out the...

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