Solomon Islands witness same tourism figures of 2020 in Q1 2023

 Friday, June 9, 2023 


Newly released entrance statistics for Solomon Islands for the first quarter of this year show that the
destination has witnessed the same numbers that were witnessed for the equivalent time in 2020 before the country declared a shutdown of borders which made the country detach from the world for over 800 days.

The current numbers have been released by the Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO).

They say that an aggregate of 3,940 global tourists made their way through the Honiara International
Airport this year between January and March, the figures exceeding the Q1 2020 outcome by 1.5

Once more, Australians comprised the greater part of these visitor numbers, making up 36.2 percent of the Q1 aggregate with a total of 1,426, which signifies a minor descent compared to the 1,463 figure attained in Q1 of 2020.

The largest development for the quarter arrived from the US market where figures amplified from 208 in Q1 of 2020 to 351 across the similar time this year, marking a surge of 68.7 percent.

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