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|Page: Travel Bug 47 - January 2009 Vanuatu travel news|
This is not the first time Vanuatu Post has worked with the tourism industry in a joint partnership to promote the country. In 2008, five leading resorts of Vanuatu were immortailsed on stamps. “It is a great opportunity for our partners to promote themselves as we have such a large international phillatelic and stamp support unit. These stamps will literally be sold around the world.” The new stamps will be promoted in the Post Office from next week in a special display from Events Vanuatu. Mr. Wesley encouraged stamp collectors and hopeless romantics alike to purchase the new stamps (on sale from 29th January) for their chance to experience the magic that is “Romantic Vanuatu”. (Source: VTO Island Nius – January 2009)
The sale fare must be booked and paid for by 28 February 2009. Mr. Ngwele said the fare includes all the benefits of Air Vanuatu’s renowned service, with exception of government taxes and surcharges. “We are proud to be the only airline flying to and from Australia that offers full service, from complimentary meals and drinks to the fairest baggage policy for all our travelers.” The 9,000vt fare is available through Air Vanuatu, travel agents and online. “We recognise 2009 will be a challenging year with the slowing economy in Australia, our biggest market. However this fare will encourage tourists to continue to choose Vanuatu as their preferred holiday destination,” Mr. Ngwele said.
Air Vanuatu is working with suppliers in Australia to offer ‘all inclusive packages’ for locals wishing to travel. “We look forward to announcing our accommodation partners in Australia and our easy business and holiday packages shortly. These packages take the hassle out of planning trips to Australia, particularly for Ni-Vanuatu.” Mr. Ngwele said Air Vanuatu would continue to work closely with the VTO and VHRA to promote Vanuatu and ensure the continued growth of the destination. Call Air Vanuatu office on 23838 in Vanuatu. (Source: VTO Island Nius – 9. January 2009)
A Japanese passenger cruise ship, most probably one of Japan’s biggest – MS ASUKA II, will be arriving first time in Port Vila on Saturday, 31 January 2009. She departs Yokohama in Japan on 20th January and takes 10 days to touch the shores of Vanuatu, stopping over at Sydney, and Hobart, Auckland, Rarotonga, Moorea(Papeete), Bora Bora, Nuku Hiva, Lahaina and Honolulu. MS ASUKA II returns to Japan on 14 March 2009. It will carry 400 Japanese passengers and 450 crew members. A welcome festival will be held at Sea Front area with activities such as string band music, custom dances, sand drawings and mat weaving performance. South Pacific Tours VILA will be coordinating this important event and hopes it’s success would open an opportunity for Vanuatu to host similar events in the future. (Source: VTO Island Nius – January 2009)
The Melanesian Hotel will be offering countless specials for it’s members from the 1st April 2009 until the 31st March 2010. The members will fall under individual/single, family, or corporate category. They will have access to special accommodation rate, 10% discount on meals and drinks, free use of The Melanesian swimming pool and tennis court (conditions apply), free BBQ dinners and drink. (Source: VTO Island Nius – January 2009)
Fatutu Bungalows is nestled along a stunning white sandy beach in an ideal location for capturing amazing view’s of the large crystal blue lagoon, sunrises and sunsets that make up the many beautiful days. Fatutu Bungalows offer’s comfort and total relaxation with spectacular view of the ocean, rooms are clean, serviced daily. Food is basic, clean & healthy, simply cooked, local environment produce i.e. from the village gardens and what is caught from the land & Sea. Fish, lobster, chicken & pig, local vegetables & seasonal fruit.
Air Vanuatu Domestic transfers from Vila 3 times a week, Monday Thursday & Saturday. Sometimes direct sometimes via Tanna 35-55 minute flights from Vila, depending on aircraft type (ATR - Islander) 10 minute hop from Tanna to Aniwa. Bungalows display a perfect blend of Melanesian architecture that consists of bamboo, wild canes, coconut thatch roof, and pandanus matting on the walls. Each bungalow has a deck balcony which is perfect for a sunset drink. Accommodation is a native-style thatched hut (one small room) with a small verandah made of natural materials - Each has a solar power light, a double mattress bed, pillows, Towels, mosquito net, separate shower, and flush toilet. For more information, Contact: (678) 7754383 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Source: VTO Island Nius – January 2009)
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