Papua New Guinea Tourism

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The Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority (PNGTPA) is a statutory body that is responsible for marketing Papua New Guinea as a desirable tourist destination. It is made up of three main divisions; Corporate Services, Policy & Planning and Marketing & Research.

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The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis today announced plans to reopen its borders to foreign tourism beginning in October 2020. According to the Prime Minister, Dr. Timothy Harris, the reopening will allow the resumption of commercial passenger air and sea traffic entering the twin islands’ ports. During a press briefing held last week, Harris stated that the Federation’s major hotels would continue their role as committed partners to the tourism sector. The islands&rs...

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UNWTO | June 23, 2020

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The Guardian | May 31, 2020

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ST KITTS AND NEVIS TO REOPEN FOR TOURISM IN OCTOBER 2020

St. Kitts and Nevis | August 19, 2020

The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis today announced plans to reopen its borders to foreign tourism beginning in October 2020. According to the Prime Minister, Dr. Timothy Harris, the reopening will allow the resumption of commercial passenger air and sea traffic entering the twin islands’ ports. During a press briefing held last week, Harris stated that the Federation’s major hotels would continue their role as committed partners to the tourism sector. The islands&rs...

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UNWTO CALLING FOR RESPONSIBLE RESTART OF TOURISM

UNWTO | June 23, 2020

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CYPRUS WILL PAY YOUR MEDICAL BILL IF YOU CONTRACT COVID-19 WHILE VISITING

The Guardian | May 31, 2020

In a bid to lure more tourists to its island nation, officials in Cyprus say they will pay the medical bill for anyone who contracts the coronavirus while visiting the country. The plan was outlined in a letter to tour operators and airlines detailing the measures Cyprus is taking to ensure the safety of its tourism sector, according to The Guardian....

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