CORAL TRIANGLE SUSTAINABLE MARINE TOURISM PROJECT

2016-2017, General
CORAL TRIANGLE SUSTAINABLE MARINE TOURISM PROJECT
INFORMATION FOR THE GOVERNMENT & COMMUNITIES OF TIMOR LESTE |

In summary, the aims of this project are to:
• Provide a framework for developing and marketing a regional nature and marine-based
sustainable tourism brand for the Coral Triangle
• Conduct business planning for distinctive positioning and hero experiences to support
destination management planning at three selected areas in Timor Leste, Papua New
Guinea and Solomon Islands
• Work with WWF and stakeholders to prepare a prospectus and identify and engage
with potential investors in the destinations
• Prepare a communication strategy to promote the initiative and brand with key
stakeholders, communities and businesses.

Organisations: Coral Triangle Sustainable Tourism Project

Authors: Janet Mackay,Charlotte Prouse,Carl Solomon

Destination Plan Ataúro Island Timor-Leste

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Destination Plan Ataúro Island Timor-Leste
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Acknowledgement: The tourism consulting team travelled across Ataúro Island and held meetings in Dili during the three consultation visits. We met with many people from the communities and businesses of Ataúro Island, representatives of the Government of Timor-Leste, non-government organisations and development agencies as well as the Ataúro Island Sub-District Administrator and Chefe de Sucos. We wish to acknowledge and express our deep gratitude for their generous and invaluable contribution of time, experience and knowledge shared with us during this project, including providing feedback on the draft Destination Plan. Significant logistical support was provided by the Coral Triangle Foundation, MV Ataúro and Barry’s Place, for which the consultant team was very grateful.

Coral Triangle Sustainable Marine Tourism Project

2016, Policy Papers
Coral Triangle Sustainable Marine Tourism Project
Timor Leste, Solomon Islands & Papua New Guinea | Information For The Government & Communities Of Timor Leste

In summary, the aims of this project are to:
• Provide a framework for developing and marketing a regional nature and marine-based sustainable tourism brand for the Coral Triangle
• Conduct business planning for distinctive positioning and hero experiences to support destination management planning at three selected areas in Timor Leste, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands
• Work with WWF and stakeholders to prepare a prospectus and identify and engage with potential investors in the destinations
• Prepare a communication strategy to promote the initiative and brand with key stakeholders, communities and businesses.

Organisations: Coral Triangle Sustainable Tourism Project

Authors: Charlotte Prouse, Carl Solomon