Tahiti Tourisme relies on domestic tourism in French Polynesia
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Tahiti Tourisme relies on domestic tourism in French Polynesia

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01-21-2022
 
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Tahiti Tourisme announced its intention to develop domestic tourism in French Polynesia in order to compensate for financial losses in the context of a pandemic of a new coronavirus infection.

To this end, the company has updated its website and launched a program on local television dedicated to the sights of the five archipelagos of French Polynesia, located in the heart of the Pacific Ocean.

In 2021, about 80,000 foreign tourists visited the overseas community of France, which is 63% less than in the pre-pandemic 2019. In 2020, the region received 77,000 travelers from abroad.

This is despite the fact that French Polynesia in July 2020 became the first region in the South Pacific to open air links with Europe and the United States.

There have been no tourist flights from Asia and Australia since the beginning of the pandemic.

In December 2021, after an almost two-year break, air traffic was restored between Tahiti, the largest island of French Polynesia, and New Caledonia.

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