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Have you registered for 'Tok Tok Vanuatu'?


Registrations are now open for Vanuatu’s Tok Tok 2017 tradeshow to be held from 31 August to 1 September, 2017 at Iririki Island Resort and Spa, with flights supported by Air Vanuatu.

 

Attendees from Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Europe, USA and Asia will have the opportunity to see firsthand key infrastructure developments including the beautification of Port Vila’s waterfront and boardwalk; upgrade of the Port Vila wharf; and a range of exciting new properties which have opened in the past year.

 

 

Recent openings include the Ramada Resort Port Vila, The Moso, Vanuatu resort on Moso Island just off Efate, Two Canoes and Freshwater Plantation on Espiritu Santo as well as the refurbished Tamanu on the Beach, about 20 minutes’ drive from Port Vila.

 

Three pre-tour options to the islands of Tanna, Espiritu Santo and Efate, will be available from 28 August, providing a great opportunity to explore more of Vanuatu.

 

Vanuatu Tourism Office’s general manager, Adela Issachar sees huge value in Tok Tok, and urges industry partners to attend.

 

“Tok Tok is such an important platform for wholesalers and a great place for everyone to come together for the mutual benefit of Vanuatu’s tourism industry. With so many new properties and developments in destination, now is a great time for wholesalers to experience what Vanuatu can offer, and receive an update on the latest happenings,” Ms Issachar Aru said.

 

Those interested in attending Tok Tok 2017 can register here: toktokvanuatu.wufoo.eu/forms/zwpycx805suxm0/ with registration closing on 7 July, 2017.

 

For additional information on Tok Tok Vanuatu 2017, please contact Jessica Luxton at the Vanuatu Tourism Office Australian office via email [email protected] or phone + 61 (0) 2 8077 3531.



For trade updates on Vanuatu please visit www.vanuatuspecialists.com.au

 

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Published: 1 July 2017


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