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Vanuatu more accessible for travel agents!


And we can get you there on the cheap!

Australia is Vanuatu’s biggest visitor market and therefore the relationship with Australian travel agents is integral to the growth of Vanuatu’s tourism markets. By launching the new trade micro-site – together with Your Workshops online training and the opening of new tourism booking call centres for the outer islands we’re strengthening the relationship with Australia and making Vanuatu more accessible.

 

New trade micro-site

Vanuatu Tourism Office Australia to launch a trade microsite for Australian travel agents that will include:

·         online training with Your Workshops

·         special events page

·         top selling tips

·         downloads

·         hosted famil details and self famil programs to package with Air Vanuatu’s $50 agent fare

 

New tourism call centres

On the ground in Vanuatu we have been developing more call centres for our outer islands to grow tourism outside of Port Vila and make it easier for bookings to be coordinated.

 

We already have developed the Malampa Call Centre which services the islands of Malekula and Ambrym with Paama to come online soon.

 

Now the Sanma call centre is being developed to assist visitors with every aspect of their stay in the Vanuatu Northern Island territories.

 

This call centre has been developed to assist with bookings, enquiries and visitors in Espiritu Santo predominantly and also the neighbouring islands in the Torba and Panama provinces. The www.santo.travel website will be live soon.

 

Online image library coming soon

Consumers, trade and media alike will be able to have easy access to high resolution, Vanuatu images later in 2014. The selection of images will be able to be used for marketing and promotion of Vanuatu.

 

More information email [email protected]

www.vanuatu.travel

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Written by: Vanuatu Tourism Office
Published: 30 April 2014


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