Visit Guam 2016Come and visit Guam 2016
Visit Guam 2016" sponsored by GVB at the 21th annual Pacific Islander Festival | Press Release
It was recently hosted in San Diego, California, September 26-27. At PIFA, United Airlines also announces that it will be offering FESTPAC discounts on trips to Guam from any point (except Japan). The PIFA drew over 100,000 people from all over the state. At the San Diego International Summer Camp, 62 craftsmen, 21 grocers and 22 information providers presented the attractions, noises and flavours of the Pacific Islands.
Come and visit Guam 2016 Expo Success
Last week-end, the Guam Visitor Bureau hosted the Visit Guam 2016 Expo for local and foreigners. Micronesia Mall Center Court was full of culture, exhibitions and fun, all under the name Guam. Ms Universe Guam, Miss World Guam and Miss Earth Guam met the participants with Shell Lee when the meeting began.
The Governor Calvo participated in the meeting and issued a statement explaining the Visit Guam 2016 schedule. State Senator Tina Muna Barnes agreed with Governor Calvo in her signature of the statement and assisted in announcing the meeting as an formal agenda for Guam. GVB started its new Guam Only on Guam initiative, in which local people and tourists can participate in the Guam Only on Guam programme.
Partners from Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Russia, Hong Kong and China were present as GVB pushed their plan to make Guam a sought-after traveler. It will prepare audiences and local people for 2016, which will be a year of many important happenings, among them Guam's biggest Asian festival, the Festival of the PacificArts.
FFebruary 2016 establishes a new tourist records in Guam.
Another landmark year for the island's tourist industries was February, according to the Governor's Bureau, where Guam received the most tourist in a mont. The number of visits, which includes army staff, was 142,332 in February. An old monthly attendance was in March 2013, when the archipelago registered 136,728 people, according to the governor's brief.
In February of this year, the number of passengers arriving was almost 13 per cent higher than last February. This follows a landmark year for the island's tourist sector, in which Guam will receive 1.4 million visitors in 2015. "It is an exiting period to visit Guam and our tourist figures prove that many other peoples from all over the globe think that there is something really unique about our paradise on the island," said GVB Managing Director Nathan Denight.
The Governors Bureau reports that the number of incoming visitors for the financial year that began last October is 11.1% higher than in the previous year. In February, Guam actually saw a drop of 3.2 per cent in the arrival from the main tourist industry of Japan, but the Korean subsidiary increased by 31.2 per cent, the governor's offices said.