P&O extends cruise pause, releases details about LGBTQIA+ and eclipse trips
The homegrown Aussie cruise line has made up for its extended cruise pause by announcing some ripper new sailings.
Travel agent becomes a travel writer after chance encounter in PNG
Meanwhile, it was a chance encounter at the pub which saw Travel Weekly’s deputy editor become a travel writer … well, that and four years of university.
Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority launches fresh agent training website
The destination’s tourism authority is offering agents the chance to win one of five $250 Visa gift cards if they complete all five modules. Booyah!
Destination Wrap: Record-breaking sky deck opens in NYC, Win French Film Festival tickets + MORE!
Travel Weekly is committed to looking after our travel agent audience and keeping the positive vibes, so here’s a wrap that’s decidedly thin on any coronavirus news.
Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority appoints PR agency for Australia and NZ
Papua New Guinea’s tourism board has appointed a PR agency for across the trans-Tasman, which now has the difficult task of becoming fluent in all of the country’s 100-plus languages.
Visiting Papua New Guinea just got a whole lot easier
Australia’s closest neighbour just introduced a new online visa portal! Similarly, we’re introducing a new level of productivity to our day by drinking four coffees in a row.
Carnival Australia ships to provide extra accommodation for APEC summit
As world leaders descend on Papua New Guinea, Carnival is preparing its ships to house around 4,000 delegates who are in for quite the stay, if you ask us.
Can Manus island go from detention centre to tourism hot spot?
The Australian government is helping PNG devise a tourism plan for the island, infamous for being home to one of Australia’s off-shore detention centres.
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