‘Paradise’ magazine’s first annual edition published

The Paradise Annual 2018, featuring stories and photos about Papua New Guinea’s travel and culture, has just been been released. The special collectors’ publication includes the most popular stories and photos that have featured in the regular issues of Paradise, the in-flight magazine of Air Niugini.

Kokoda Foundation urgently training teachers in Papua New Guinea

The Kokoda Track Foundation (KTF) is pressing ahead with an urgent training project to improve the skills of thousands of elementary school teachers across Papua New Guinea.

APEC to reveal tourism as Papua New Guinea’s ‘sleeping giant’

The hosting of the APEC Summit in Port Moresby in 2018 has sparked a flurry of investment in tourism infrastructure. It promises to kick start the country’s tourism industry as the nation’s capital gets more hotel rooms, airports are upgraded and a new tourism minister takes the helm.

Sharp rise in Papua New Guinea visitor arrivals expected: TPA

Papua New Guinean tourism operators flew the flag in Australia last weekend at the South Pacific Tourism Exchange at Melbourne’s Convention and Exhibition Centre. Robert Upe reports visitor arrivals are expected to rise, due in part to cruise ships improving tourists’ perceptions of PNG.

Business and employment travel outperforms leisure travel to Papua New Guinea

Business and employment travel into Papua New Guinea has more than tripled in the last 15 years, outperforming leisure travel, which has see marginal growth over the last five years. Robert Upe report