Tourist Travel Expected to Drop Due to Conoravirus
Mar13

Tourist Travel Expected to Drop Due to Conoravirus

BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA THE Asia and Pacific region will bear the brunt of the drop in travel due to the global spread of the virus, Turbo News reports. It is said that 4% of the global tourism industry expected to shrink in 2020. With the emergence of the coronavirus COVID-19 in January 2020, it is still very early to confidently predict the impact it will have on the tourism sector over the coming year. Based on current research,...

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Local Food Preparation Promoted at Ginger Beach
Jul30

Local Food Preparation Promoted at Ginger Beach

BY JAYJAY MESAAC GINGER Beach Resort continues to promote traditional ways of food preparation for tours and visitors who are accommodated at the resort and enjoy the sensation of food prepared locally and with local ingredients. “Our traditional ways of preparing food adds value to the meals and has its own supplements which make up a deliciously healthy diet which nourishes the body and at the same time the financial expenses,” said...

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Ginger Embark Visitors With Proper Sanitation Facility
Jul30

Ginger Embark Visitors With Proper Sanitation Facility

BY JAYJAY MESAAC GINGER Beach Resort (GBR) embarking visitors with better sanitation facility despite knowing the potential to reach the quality standard of sanitation facility provided to visitors by our hotels in towns. GBR is located westward from Honiara on North West Guadalcanal and is developing at an impressive pace and with current upgrades to its relaxing atmospheric environment attracting a lot of beachgoers both local and...

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International Visitors Arrivals Dropped
Jun11

International Visitors Arrivals Dropped

INTERNATIONAL arrivals in the country have dropped pettily in the first quarter of 2019 compared to the 2018 latter (last/final) quarter, the Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO) revealed. SINSO revealed that though a total of 11,849 tourists visited the country in the quarter, a decrease of 23.0 per cent was noted compared to the previous quarter, which is the fourth/final quarter of 2018. Government Statistician,...

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Australia Still Tops Visitors’ Record
Jun11

Australia Still Tops Visitors’ Record

DESPITE, a 14 per cent drop, Australia continues to maintain its inflow of visitors to Solomon Islands, the latest quarterly statistical report revealed. Australia has been recorded as the country that has many of its nationals visiting the country in the first quarter of 2019, despite, a 14 per cent fall/drop in the quarter compared to the 2018 latter/last quarter. Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO) revealed that...

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Tourism Solomons Team US Mission Off to Flying Start
Nov22

Tourism Solomons Team US Mission Off to Flying Start

BY LYNNISSHA RUNA San Diego, California – A Solomon Islands tourism mission to the United States has got off to a flying start with the team, led by Tourism Solomons CEO, Josefa ‘Jo’ Tuamoto, hosting more than 80 of the US West Coasts’ senior travel media and travel agents at a special function in San Diego. The San Diego visit was part of a major West Coast US visit undertaken by the team which includes CEO Tuamoto, Tourism Solomons...

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