Tourism Solomons Closes off 2018 with Flurry of Media Visitation

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Pictured at the Heritage Park Hotel in Honiara, the six Australian and New Zealand media along with their Tourism Solomons hosts who recently visited the Solomon Islands as guests of the national tourist office’s International Media Visitation Program (IMVP).

Focus for the media program centred on diving, culture, WWII and history, snorkelling with itineraries including Tulagi and the Florida islands, Munda, Gizo and Rendova Island in the Western Province and Guadalcanal.

They are (from left to right) Islandtime New Zealand’s David Abbott, Dive Log Australia’s Nigel Marsh, Go 55’s Australia’s John McNamee, Tourism Solomons marketing officer Fiona Teama, Nomadic Notes editor James Clark, blogger/freelance Roxanne Williams, For the love of travel new Zealand’s Harmeet Sehgal and Tourism Solomons marketing officer Brenden Mautioa.

November will also see one of the world’s foremost bird watching media, Mark Cocker and his photographer David Tipling visit the Solomon Islas.

In December the national tourist office ewill host six media all of whom will participate in a Solomon Islands Discovery Cruise program to the Rusell and Florida Islands.




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