Tourism continues to be Southern Nevada’s most vital industry, creating record-breaking visitation and unmatched economic impact in 2016. A recent study by Applied Analysis determined that Southern Nevada’s tourism industry continues to generate more economic activity than any other single sector of the region’s economy.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) has created a Snapchat geofilter, targeting and teasing Melbourne travellers who would rather be jetting off to experience the glitz and glamour of the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’.
Wild Bush Luxury, owner operator of some of Australia’s most inspirational bush and wildlife experiences, has unveiled a brand new full day experience from its Bamurru Plains property in the Northern Territory, inviting guests to explore the ancient Aboriginal culture and rock art of the Kakadu region.
New Caledonia Tourism (NCTPS) has announced its latest visitor arrival figures, finishing 2016 with an impressive nine per cent increase from Australia year on year, and maintaining its status as the second largest market for New Caledonia after France.
LATAM Airlines has been appointed to a New Zealand All-of-Government (AoG) airline panel, following a procurement process by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment for the provision of Air Travel Services to the New Zealand Government.
The Luxury Collection, part of Marriott International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR), has announced the signing of a Luxury Collection Hotel in Hobart, scheduled to open in 2018 following a full scale renovation. Owned by Trawalla Group Parliament Square Hotel Operator Pty Ltd., this property will be the first hotel in Tasmania for The Luxury Collection. The hotel will reside in repurposed heritage buildings in Parliament Square, a new design-led, urban development that is set to revitalise the neighbourhood, uniting the city’s unique past with its contemporary culture.
The Chapman’s Challenge 2017 – a unique biathlon experience at Pangkor Laut Resort returns for its second year, with its race day on 13th May 2017; exactly 72 years after Colonel Spencer Chapman escaped. The Chapman’s Challenge, crafted to commemorate the British commando’s adventure on the island, is an annual race comprising of a 6.2km run around the private island’s roadways and through the two million year-old rainforest, including a 1km swim out at the award-winning Emerald Bay before concluding at Chapman’s Bar.
Tanna, Vanuatu’s first ever feature movie filmed entirely in Vanuatu, has been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th globally renowned Academy Awards also known as The Oscars.