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World Travel and Tourism Council announces 2019 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards...

The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) is delighted to announce the 15 finalists for its 2019 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. The 2019 finalists...

Giant expansion of United Airlines International Routes

United Airlines today announced its largest ever international network expansion from its hub at San Francisco International Airport. The airline will offer Bay Area customers nonstop year-round service to

Island trips for Chinese tourists on course for sustained growth

Being spot on with what island tours have to offer is important as tourists perceive certain destinations, for instance ones in the South-east Asia,...

Tahiti tourism launches first destination app

Paradise can now be found in the palm of a hand with Tahiti Tourisme launching its first travel app for Android and Apple users.

Windstar Cruises announces voyages to Tahiti

SEATTLE, Wash. - Windstar Cruises announced today that they will return to the South Pacific in the summer of 2014.

Tahiti’s rare tourist attraction–transit of Venus

Whether you are an astronomer or not, the chance to see a rare astronomical phenomenon is something that piques interest. For some, this is enough incentive to travel.

Tahiti offers best viewpoint for last transit of Venus this century

LONDON, England - On Tuesday 5th June 2012 the planet Venus is set to make a very rare passage across the face of the sun and experts have reported one of the best visibility viewpoints will be the Pa

Tahiti to celebrate its wet and wild side during Bora Bora...

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Bora Bora has rightly become known as an idyllic hideaway for lovers and escape artists.

Holland America ships to sail Hawaii and Tahiti explorations in 2011,...

SEATTLE - In fall of 2011 and winter of 2012 two Holland America Line ships –– ms Westerdam and ms Rotterdam –– will sail three 30-day "Circle Hawaii, Tahiti and Marquesas Islands" exploration

Cyclone Oli smashes French Polynesia

Hundreds of tourists were taken to emergency centres as severe Cyclone Oli hit French Polynesia this morning. This morning Oli was 250 kilometres south west of Bora Bora and moving south east.

Silversea Cruise pullout blow to Tahiti tourism

Silversea Cruises announced that it has cancelled plans to base the 132-passenger expedition ship Prince Albert II in Tahiti next year, deciding instead to begin an Arctic cruise program on June 1.

Phelps Group prevails in Tahiti tourism pitch

LOS ANGELES - The Phelps Group has successfully defended creative and media chores on its long-held Tahiti Tourism business, according to client managing director Al Keahi. Billings are $2-3 million, according to the client. Search consultancy Livingston Wilson & Associates in Laguna Hills, Calif., led the review, which also included finalists WongDoody and Kaiser Advertising, both here.
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