invest

Chinese travel brands soaring to new heights

Richard Butler | Orange business | 10 Sept 2018 The rise of Chinese travel, both domestic and outbound, has been facilitated in large part by the large number of Chinese airlines. Naturally, the value and reach of these airline brands is growing, at least according...

read more

Vanuatu & China Celebrate 35 years of friendship

Post by Richard Butler | 19 March 2017 | 35 years of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Vanuatu and China, were celebrated at the new national convention centre with the Prime Minister and the Chinese Vanuatu Embassy Ambassador Liu Quan. The Ambassador in...

read more

Fast-track immigration to Vanuatu in under a month

Post by Adrian Bishop | 12 October 2016 | A fast-track immigration scheme provides citizenship in the Pacific islands nation of Vanuatu in as little as under a month. The government Capital Investment Immigration Plan costs $260,000 per applicant, inclusive of spouse...

read more

Good news for locals, investors, retirees and relocators

By Adrian Hunter | 18th May 2016 | The new Government within these short 3 months of their taking power has been able to put forward a new vision for the Pacific Islands of Vanuatu.   The island nation has already made a remarkable appearance under the world's...

read more

Convention Centre to bring profits to Tourism operators

Post By Richard Butler | 14th May 2016 | With the new National Convention Centre now built in the Capital of Port Vila and handed over to Vanuatuan control, the small Pacific nation of Vanuatu has been provided with a venue that will attract many inbound travellers....

read more

Disaster-resistant housing good for investment

  Post by Richard Butler | 4th May, 2016 | Not only Expat buildings are being constructed in Vanuatu to exacting cyclone-proof and earthquake-proof standards. Here is a great story from the southern island of Tanna, Vanuatu, which shows how the locals are also getting...

read more

Land of 1000 Dancers

Post by Richard Butler | 26th April 2016 | An article by Anita Roberts with the above title has appeared in the Vanuatu Daily Post. (See extract below) This is excellent news for those wanting to move to, invest in, or do business in Vanuatu. It augers well for future...

read more

Vanuatu tourism launching major marketing push

Post by Richard Butler, Co-Editor | 18 April 2016                       Vanuatu Tourism Office will be launching a major marketing push in New Zealand and Australia to coincide with today's completion of emergency repairs to the country's international airport. The...

read more

VTO Ramps Up Promotion of Vanuatu Tourism

By staff writer Adrian Hunter The Vanuatu Tourism Office (VTO) has released a new video that is designed to attract the interest of potential tourist visitors to Vanuatu. It will be used to reawaken the Australian and New Zealand market to the wonders of this...

read more

Runway Repairs Almost Complete

Travel Weekly, Destinations | April 08 2016 VANUATU’S BAUERFIELD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT’S REPAIRS ARE 95% COMPLETE, WITH THE FINAL WORKS FOR PHASE ONE SCHEDULED TO BE FINISHED IN THE COMING WEEKS After slight delays with the shipping of materials from Fiji, the...

read more

What to Do in Vanuatu: A Day Trip Primer.

Source: Thyblackman Vanuatu is one of the most popular island destinations for Australians in search of a relaxing holiday. If you’ve already planned your visit, or you’re thinking of heading here at some point, you may be wondering what to see and do during your...

read more

Japan gives millions for Vanuatu port development

  Source: Radio New Zealand‎   Japan has committed  $36 million dollars for a multi purpose wharf being built in the Vanuatu capital, Port Vila. This latest funding comes on top of $US54 million already granted for the project. The Japanese Ambassador, Takuji...

read more

New Vanuatu Feature Film – “Tanna”

Source:Sydney Morning Herald Tribal film ... Dain and Wawa in Tanna which depicts a controversial relationship For seven months last year, Australian filmmaker Bentley Dean and his family lived with one of the South Pacific's last traditional tribes. With regular...

read more

Linking Agriculture to Tourism

Posted: Thursday, July 2, 2015 12:00 am By Thompson Marango, Nadi, Fiji Agriculture and Tourism are two of Vanuatu’s biggest sectors but the whole new concept of Agritourism is almost non-existent. While regional and international partner organisations are pushing...

read more
Translate »