Published on : Friday, November 17, 2017
Many Papua New Guineans have associated themselves to the cultural festivals along with snorkeling, diving, trekking, bird watching, site seeing, arts, singing and dancing, and other activities.
That is while travelers from distant land coming out of cruise ships and explore the nearby place and buy bilums and necklaces.
In a general sense, both insights are correct and will definitely carry on to be the obvious definitions in terms of tourism in the country.
Interim, tertiary institutions are doing fairly well in imparting professional training to young men and women. However, generalization in terms of success in tourism in the rural still waits and possibly tourism in urban really what it really is and can do to add meaningfully and fiscally to the individual is what making the ends meet.
The advantage is that the trained professionals in tourism sector will secure a paid job that will eventually provide them a regular income. On the other hand, what about those people who are using their hands rather than their qualifications behind the development of the tourism industry? Is there are a fair playing field?
The authorities of Morobe tourism are stating that the sector of this province has been damaged by isolated instances. As a result, the provincial government is working towards revitalizing the industry in Morobe once again.
However, people are selling industry recommended products every day and we have records saying thousands of people moving into and out of Lae everyday so what seem to be the problem? Is it just security?